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Vital Record of Rhode Island. 

1636=18^0. 

KIRST SERIES. 

BIKTHS, MAEEIAGES AND DEATHS. 



A Family Register for the People. 



By James N. Arnold, 

Editor of the Narragansett Historical Register, 



' Is WLy Name Written in ttie Boole of Life?" 



VOL. XX. 

RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN: 

Marriages H -to Z. 
Dea-ths A and B. 

Published under the auspices of the General Assembly. 



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AT WASHINGTON, D. C. 

Published May 15, 1911. 



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INTRODUCTION 



The Compiler with this volume presents the twentieth of the 
series and he flatters himself the interest is fully as pronounced as 
in those of any of the previous issues. The matter in this book is 
taken wholly from the Rhode Island American. 

We are again thankful to the Honorable General Assembly for 
their public courtesy towards us in this publication. The kind 
words and favors of our friends are duly appreciated. They give 
us strength to continue in a work to which we have already given 
the best years of our life. May our work still so continue as to 
merit this confidence and good will. 

In reading our notes please to bear in mind that if the Marriage 
or Death date is preceded by the name of the paper, it means the 
event is to be found in that issue. If not the said Marriage or 
Death occurred on the date given. 

We close by trusting our readers will still find their usual 
pleasure while perusing our latest volume. 



CONTENTS. 

MAaiilAGES. 

Rhode Island American : Letters H to Z. 

DEATHS. 

Rhode Island American : Letters A and B. 



INDBX. 



Abbeana, Brig, 583. 

Abbe, 154. 

Abbott, 503, 86, 227, 25s, 260, 

296, 300, 38s, 455. 
Abbottshire, Scot., 96, 310. 
Abel, 503, 361. 
Abed, 504. 
Abercrombie, 504, 166, 404, 437, 

453- 
Aberdeen University, 569. 
Abert, 504. 
Abington, Mass., 57,71, 127,318, 

569. 
Aborn, 504, 50, 63, 87, 155, 277, 

280, 318, 319, 338, 353, 418, 

465, 467, 485, 498. 
Abraham, 505. 
Abrams, 505. 
Academy, 515. 
Academy, Bridgewater, Mass., 

287. 
Academy, Bristol, R. I., 75. 
Academy, Dummer, 506. 
Academy, Warren, R. I., 173, 

268. 
Acosta, Frigate, 601. 
Accomac Co., Va., 547. 
Achard, 505. 
Ackerman, 505. 
Ackland, 505. 
Ackley, 505. 
Acting Adjutant, 551. 
Acworth, N. H., 570. 
Adams, 505, 63, lOi, iir, 119, 

167, 175, 191, 215, 230, 252, 

259, 265, 301, 310, 394, 409, 

426, 457, 487, 581. 



Adams, Mass., 53, 90, 9 '.£533. 

621. 
Adamsville, R. I., 46, 155, 260. 
Adder, 611. 
Addington, 508. 
Addis, 508. 

Addison, 508, 151, 168. 
Adie, 508. 
Adjutant, 552. 
Adjutant, Acting, 551. 
Adjutant and Inspector General, 

U. S. Army, 224. 
Adjutant General of Mass., 245, 

373- 
Adjutant General, U. S., Asst., 

121. 
Admiralty, Lords of, 586. 
Adolphustown, U. C, 179, 188. 
Adrews, 508. 
Adriance, 509. 
Advertiser, 411. 
Advertiser, Albany Daily, 164. 
Advertiser, The Daily, 22, 217. 
Advertiser, Louisiana, 190, 291. 
Advertiser, Mercantile, 82. 
Advocate, Commonwealth, 351. 
Advocate, National, 248, 313. 
Advocate, The, 268. 
Adge, 509. 

Argis, National, 293, 606. 
Affairs, Charge des, 238, 309. 
Africa, 594, 631. 
Africa, Coast of, 506, 540, 598, 

60 1. 
African fever, 523. 
Agency, 422. 
Agency, Choctaw, 113. 
Agency, Creek, 55. 
Agent, 33, 132, 549. 



VI 



INDEX 



Agent, Acting Colonial, 523. 

Agent, Indian, 178. 

Agent, Land, 569. 

Agenoria, Brig, 547. 

Aguero, 509. 

Aibert, 435. 

Aide de Camp, 51, 542. 

Aiken, 509, 554. 

Aikman, 509. 

Aill, 80. 

Ailman, 509, 66, 141. 

Aimiss, 509. 

Ainsworth, 509, 451. 

Air, 372, 404, 497. 

Aird, 509. 

Aitkur, 509. 

Atkins, 509. 

Akins, 509. 

Alabama, 58, 150,492, 554, 558. 

Alabama, Governor of, 577. 

Alabama, Steamer, 561. 

Albany, N. Y., 39, 42, 71, 80, 
104, 116, 149, 159, 164, 176, 
247, 281, 336, 367, 421, 431, 
445, 474, 476, SS9, 579, S99. 
600, 612, 613. 

Albany Daily Advertiser, 164. 

Albemarle, 509. 

Albemarle, Va., 270. 

Albers, 509. 

Albert, 509. 

Albertson, 509, 575. 

Albernes, 510. 

Albion, R. I., 120, 142, 161, 178, 
226, 279, 346, 376, 530. 

Albro, 510, 91, 154, 246, 270, 

3SI, 356. 
Alciope, Ship, 575. 
Alcorn, 510. 
Alden, 510, 23, 26, 63, 99, 104, 

114, 131. 160, 196, 287, 301, 

304, 377, 469. 500. 
Aldrich, 510, 96, 100, 108, 161, 

185, [95, 199, 221, 235, 248, 

257, 270, 302, 321, 343, 439, 

441, 460,475. 485. 489, 527. 

633- 
Aldredge, 62. 
Alesbury, 511. 
Alexander, 511, 32, 194, 408, 490. 



Alexandria, D. C, 49, 105, 393- 
Alexandria, Penn., 555. 
Alexandria, Va., 203, 346. 
Alexandrian, The, 393. 
Alexson, 286. 
Alger, 512, 231, 359, 413, 446, 

521. 

Ali, 512. 

Allard, 512, 471. 

Alleghany Co., Md., 540. 

Alleghany College, 196. 

Allen, 512, 24, 26, 28, 30, 33, 36, 
37, 44, 52, 54, 61, 62, 72, 73, 
84, 89, 91, 93. 96, 99. 121, 
125, 126, 131, 134, 138, 139, 
156, 161, 162, 171, 181, 185, 
186, 196, 198, 206, 208, 209, 
210, 223, 232, 235, 240, 241, 
266, 271, 279, 280, 296, 303, 
317, 318, 323, 324, 328, 333, 
338, 348, 349, 350, 354, 360, 
361, 368, 377, 380, 384, 395, 
396,406, 409, 415, 419, 431, 
440, 442, 457, 458, 459, 469, 
470, 473, 479, 488, 489, 492, 

493, 536. 
Allyn, 512. 
Allenton, 519. 
Alliance, Ship, 515. 
Allied Armies, 532. 
Ailing, 519. 
Allis, 519. 
Allison, 519. 
Alman, 140. 
Allmond, 519. 
Allsboro, 444. 
Allstadt, 519. 
Allston, 519, 
Almeira, 519. 
Almy, 519, 37, 72,94, 153, 154, 

155, 197, 245, 283, 289, 312, 

383. 
Almshouse, 558, 576, 578, 613, 

619. 
Alsop, 520, 67, 94, 261. 
Alston, 520, 570. 
Alton, 520. 

Alton Hants, Eng., 342, 481. 
Alverson, 520. 
Amar, 521. 



INDEX 



VII 



Ambassador, 366, 35*9. 
Amblers, 521. 
Ambros, Africa, 545. 
Ambrose, 521, 118. 
Ambrus, S. C, 545. 
Ameliasburgh, U. C, 299. 
Amelung, 521. 
American Hible Society, 593. 
American Consul, 314, 350, 522, 

593, 602, 618, 625. 
American Eagle, 19. 
American Embassy, 245. 
American Journal, 1 50. 
American Minister, 448, 516, 

568, 621. 
American Missionary, 546. 
American Publisher, 544. 
American, The Rhode Island, 19 

to 640. 
American, The, 424. 
American Volunteer, 521. 
Ames, 521, 155, 190, 260, 261, 

294. 329. 458, 594- 
Amesbury, 521, 146. 
Amherst, Mass., 57, 157, 179, 

220, 320, 371, 462, 574. 
Amherst, Mass., College, 64, 

23s. 495- 
Ammidon, 522, 196. 
Ammidown, 522, 475. 
Amory, 522, 86, 144, 315. 
Amos, 522 
Amputated, 624. 
Amputation, 602. 
Amsbury, 369, 444, 451. 
Amsbury, Mass., 563. 
Amsden, 522. 

Amsterdam, Hoi., 589, 593, 606. 
Amsterdam, N. Y., 516. 
Analastan, Cartel, 336. 
Anchor and Crown Inn, 462. 
Ancient Procurator, 576. 
Anderson, 522, 112, 180, 198. 
Andover, Mass., 64, 79, iii, 114, 

159, 23s, 24s, 25s, 267, 300, 

482, S03. SSS- 
Andover, Mass., College, 207, 

298, 547- 
Andover, N. H., 113. 
Andras, 253. 



Andrew, 524. 

Andrews, 523, 108, 118, 138, 

144. 157, 178, 193. 19s. 207, 
217, 241, 319, 348, 349, 358, 
363> 389, 414. 426, 445, 459, 
461, 462, 483, 494. 

Andriade, 524. 

Andros, 524, 157, 216, 304, 406. 

Angell, 524, 35, 43, 48, 60, 95, 
96, 133, 143, 171, 195, 196, 
204, 228, 230, 236, 248, 269, 
283, 291, 303, 306, 312, 327, 

334, 341, 342, 343. 405. 432, 
436,442,451,466, 468, 475, 
476, 485, 492, 499. 

Angier, 32. 

Angwil, 528. 

Ann, Ship, 601. 

Annapolis, Md., 38, 84, 176, 388. 

Ann, Cape, 508. 

Anness, 528. 

Annis, 528, 107, 201. 

Anthony, 528, 31, 41, 42, 43, 47, 
76, 78, 88, 98, 105, 107, 134, 
146, 148, 163, 175, 180, 193, 
202, 220, 259, 265, 281, 300, 
310, 329, 334.346, 350, 394, 
428, 442, 447, 496, 498, 509, 
528. 

Antelope. Brig, 525, 545, 551. 

Antigua, W. I., 128, 295. 

Antiquarians, Society of, 553. 

Anti-Universalist, The, 395. 

Antonio, 530. 

Antwerp, Holland, 631. 

Aplin, 530, 144, 221, 234, 424. 

Apollo Belvedere, 630. 

Apothecary, 628. 

Appleby, 362. 

Appleton, 530, 191, 241. 

Apponaug, R. I., 211, 277, 402, 
452. 

Apthorp, 531. 

Archar, 216, 324, 349, 531. 

Archbishop, 483. 

Archbishop of Canterbury, 201, 
210. 

Arden, 364. 

Aremburg, 532. 

Arenians, 95. 



VIII 



INDEX 



Arey, 532. 

Argus, Eastern, 265, 340. 
Argus, The, 407, 446. 
Argus, U. S. Brig, 513. 
Arkwright, R. I., 527. 
Armfeldt, 531. 
Armies, Allied, 532. 
Armington, 531, 32, 134, 167, 
179. 306, 353, 358, 372, 374, 

417- 

Armistead, 531. 

Armond, 129. 

Arms, 185. 

Armsbury, 491. 

Armsby, 531. 

Armstrong, 531, 177, 263, 393, 
398, 470, 621. 

Army, 521. 

Army, Brazilian, 188. 

Army, British, 177, 389, 496. 

Army, Imperial, "j"]. 

Army, Quiregas, 509. 

Army, Revolutionary, 568. 

Army, United States, 35, 38, 48, 
55. 56, 58, 81, 86, 113, ri4, 
117, 121, 122, 137, 140, 150, 
156, 160, 166, 175, 178, 179, 
191, 166, 204, 221, 225, 264, 
270,273, 310, 328, 341, 350, 
356, 362, 364, 366, 369, 388, 
409, 410, 425, 442, 445, 474, 
514, 5 '6. 542, 552, 560, 564, 
567. 570, 571. 572, 577, 600, 
606, 625, 637. 

Arnold, 532, 21, 30, 35, 45, 53, 
60, 61, 70, 78, 82, 84, 95, 96, 
106, 128, 139, 144, 148, 149, 
154, 156, 162, 163, 171, 172, 
179, 192, 194, 198, 220, 221, 
229, 232, 235, 244, 247, 253, 
263, 267, 268, 269, 271, 275, 
276, 277, 279, 281, 293, 29s, 
303, 308, 310, 336, 349, 352, 

385. 393. 394, 403, 404, 405. 
414, 418, 441, 442, 445, 448, 
451, 452, 453,457. 459, 460, 
461,464, 466, 469, 481, 492, 
618,635. 

Arnsteir, 539. 

Arrow, 539. 



Arrowsmith, 539. 

Arsenic, 568. 

Artillery, United States, 133, 

166, 301, 366, 378, 41 r. 
Artrim, N. H., 509. 
Ary, 61. 
Asbury, 539. 
Asgill, 539. 
Ash, 47. 

Ashburnham, Mass., 189. 
Ashburnham, N. H., 54. 
Ashbury Missionary Institute, 55 
Ashfield, Mass., 320. 
Ashford, 539. 
Ashford, Ct., 80, 130, 139, 223, 

242, 296, 349, 408, 411, 448, 

454. 467, 477, 494, 529, 583, 

592, 628. 
Ashford, Mass., 285, 549. 
Ashley, 540, ^(i, 167, 172, 215, 

289. 
Ashman, 540. 
Ashton, 540, 268. 
Asia, Ship, 515, 612, 630. 
Asiatic, Nabob, 573. 
Aspinwall, 540, 467. 
Assembly, General, 511, 533, 

629. 
Assembly, New Hampshire, 254. 
Assistant Adj. General, 114. 
Assistant Adj. General, U. S., 

121. 
Assistant Minister, 166. 
Assistant Postmaster, 124, 264. 
Assonet, Mass, 41. 
Aston, 540. 
Astria, Schooner, 518. 
Asylum, 524, 527, 555, 581, 607, 

632. 
Atandia, 540. 
Athens, Greece, 150. 
Athens, Maid of, 1 50. 
Athens, N. Y., 94, 421, 456. 
Atherton, 540. 
Athey, 540. 
Athol, Mass., igo, 201, 210, 214, 

372. 
Atkins, 540, 71, 88, 352, 409. 
Atkinson, 541, 160, 194, 411, 

477. 



INDEX 



IX 



Atlas, Ship, 562. 

Attleboro, Mass., 24, 28, 32, 34, 
40, 43, 45, 46, 52, 59, 61, 62, 
68, 69, 73, 78, 82, 83, 84, 95, 
96, 102, 104, 107, 109, III, 
US, 128, 130, 13s, 142, 144, 
151, 162, 164, 167, 168, 172, 
174, 181, 182, 184, i86, 192, 
194, 199, 20s, 211, 220, 222, 
227, 229, 230, 233, 234, 239, 
240, 241, 243, 244, 249, 250, 
27s, 282, 285, 289, 290, 291, 
296, 301, 303. 306, 307, 316, 
319, 320, 324, 333, 338, 340, 
342, 352, 3S4, 357- 375. 377, 
389. 391, 392, 399, 406, 407, 
414,427.431.432, 437. 447, 
448, 450,456, 459, 460, 461, 
464, 465, 467, 468, 474, 477, 
480, 482, 485, 494, 49S, 496, 
510, 517, 518, 521, 551, S52, 
558, 561, 566, 580, S8i, S85. 
612, 620, 628, 629. 

Attmore, 364. 

Attorney at Law, 26, 50, 56, 57, 
71, 78, 80, 84, 87, 89, 90, 99, 
113, 114, 121, 127, 142, 148, 
186, 191, 204, 224, 227, 242, 
248, 252, 262, 269, 282, 285, 
287, 313, 318, 320, 334, 339, 
347, 361, 367, 368, 398, 402, 
409, 410, 411, 416, 420, 438, 
4SO, 454, 458, 459, 460, 465, 
475, 476, 477, 479. 480, 481, 
483,495, 500, 502, 508, 519, 
548, 552, 569, 578, 582, 585, 
599, 600, 610, 618, 624, 632, 
640. 

Attorney of Missouri, 563. 

Attorney General of Nova Scotia, 

599. 
Attorney General of Penn., 517. 
Attorney General United States, 

256, 576. 
Attorney U. S. District, 190, 

579. 
Atwater, 541, 93. 
Atwell, 541, 171, 367. 
Atwood, 541, 63, 107, 205, 271, 

272, 325. 370, 418, 438, 441, 

601, 626. 



Atvol, King of, 104. 

Auboyneau, Fr., 129. 

Auburn, N. Y., 568. 

Auchmuty, 542, 48, 427, .495. 

Augereau, 542. 

August, 542. 

Augusta, Ga., 74, 75. 131, 158, 

175, 182, 254, 256, 271, 297, 

326, 386, 392, 416, 457, 469, 

592. 
Augusta, Me., 423. 
Auker, 333. 
Auld, 542. 

Austerlitz, N. H., 75. 
Austerlitz, N. Y., 619. 
Austen, 542. 
Austin, 542, 49, 127, 184, 227, 

229, 268, 254, 443. 
Austria, 265. 

Author, 509, 571, 613, 625. 
Authoress, 508, 542, 554. 
Averell, 543, 50. 
Avery, 543, 280. 
Ayde, 476. 
Aydelate, 543. 
Ayer, 89, 380. 

Aylesworth, 543, 29, 225, 309. 
Ayrault, 543. 
Ayres, 544, 483. 
Axton, 544. 
Azenora, Brig, 639. 

B 

Babb, 544. 

Babbeth, 494. 

Babbett, 544, 377, 449. 

Babcock, 544, 45, 46, 82, 113, 
144, 180, 201, 237, 246, 258, 
281,299, 341,352,371, 388. 

Babson, 545, 199. 

Bachelors Society, 69. 

Bacheller, 545, 76, 395, 448, 451, 
487. 

Bache, 179. 

Backster, 546. 

Backus, 545. 

Bacon, 546, 36, 42^ 6t, 97, 103, 
180, 222, 335, 364, 367, 369, 
371, 377. 384, 400, 412, 481, 
S64. 



INDEX 



Badger, 547. 

Baggs, 547, 106, 

Bagley, 547. 

Bagnell 547. 

Bagola, S. A., 130, 214, 373. 

Bagwell, 547. 

Bahia, 564. 

Bailey, 547, 25, 28, 31, 54, loi, 
104, 167, 171, 177, 241, 249, 
283, 288, 317, 329, 390,457. 
466, 499. 

Baillie, 548. 

Bainbridge, 549. 

Baird, 549, 94. 

Baker, 549, 22, 24, 28, 30, 39, 40, 
47, 64, 66, 68, 7S, 78. 84, 91, 
95, loi, 106, 112, 125, 135, 
142, 145, 155, 162, 164, 167, 
I/O, 173. 174. 183. 186, 191, 
205, 210, 213, 218, 222, 230, 
233, 247, 249, 251, 252, 258, 
268, 269, 274, 276, 278, 281, 
296, 298, 302, 303, 309, 310, 
316, 319, 321, 322, 326, 328, 

330, 33S. 336, 337, 339. 345. 
360, 361, 364, 365, 383, 384. 

391. 393. 396. 398, 401, 417, 
425. 437, 444. 445, 450, 451, 
455, 468, 478, 480, 482, 484, 
490, 499. 

Balbridge, 551. 

Balch, 551, 106, 178, 184, 409, 
460, 483, 492. 

Balcom, 551, 78, 336, 377. 

Balcum, 551. 

Balderson, 551. 

Baldwin, 551, 32, 129, 304, 382. 

Balfour, 552. 

Balckom, 552. 

Balkcom, 552. 

Balkum, 205. 

Ball, (name) 552, 180, 256, 297, 

361,435- 
Ball, 626. 
Ball Room, 350. 
Ballard, 553, 409. 
BalloLi, 553, 44, 49, 91, 95, no, 

194, 205, 208, 269, 270, 308, 

309, 318, 333, 424, 459.460, 

618. 



Balls, 552. 

Ballston, New York, 75. 

Baltic, Schooner, 593. 

Baltimore, Md., 23, 31, 32, 47, 48, 
SI. 59,69. 70, 79. 84, 88, 94, 
156, 159, 162, 178, 179, 201, 
203, 209, 213, 214, 223, 225, 
228, 238, 241, 247, 251, 270, 
273, 274, 296, 305, 326, 350, 
366, 371, 386, 396, 403.422, 
428,436, 448, 483, 512, 515. 
517, 520, 522, 525, 531.532, 
551. 553. 554. 559. 562, 576, 
577, 591, 62s, 632, 637. 

Baltimore, Md., Patriot, 32. 

Bamp, 215. 

Bancroft, 553, 114, 132, 188, 236, 
267, 295, 320, 336, 364, 370, 
373. 391. 461, 481. 

Bandy, 326. 

Bangor, Me., 298. 

Bangs, 554, 307. 

Bank, Eagle, Bristol, R. I., 196, 
198. 

Bank, Eagle, New Haven, Ct., 
201, 295. 

Bank, Falling, 638. 

Bank, Globe, Pawtuxet, R. I., 
281. 

Bank, Manufacturers, 159, 475. 

Bank, Newport, 384, 483. 

Bank, New York, 90, 474. 

Bank, Norwich, Ct., 606. 

Bank, Pawtucket, 95, 405. 

Bank, Rhode Island Central, 537. 

Bank, United States Branch, 98, 
586. 

Bank, Warwick, 402, 452. 

Bank, Washington, Westerly, R. 
I., 243. 

Banker, n8, 193. 

Bankhead, 553, 221. 

Banks, 553. 

Bankson, 553. 

Banning, 554. 

Bannister, 554, 188. 

Baptice, 554. 

Baptist, 540 

Baptist Church, 425, 526, 541, 
567. 590,591, 593,604,619. 



INDEX 



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Baptist Church, First, Boston, 

394. 487. 
Baptist Church, Second, Boston, 

552. 

Baptist Church, First, 621. 

Baptist Church, Second, Cran- 
ston, III. 

Baptist Church, Southbridge, 
Mass., 93. 

Baptist Church, Warren, 26, 449. 

Baptist Minister, 549. 

Baptist Minister, Freewill, 611. 

Baptist Preacher, 629. 

Barbadoes, Isle of, 166. 

Bar, Ipswich, Mass., 635, 636. 

Barbarian, 409. 

Barbauld, 554. 

Barber, 554, 38, 128, 147, 347, 

447- 

Barbour, 554. 

Barbourville, Va., 554. 

Barclay, 555. 

Bard, 555. 

Bardain, 555. 

Barden, 555. 

Bardine, 555. 

Barkeeper, 625. 

Barker, 555, 62, 63, 74, 75, 93, 
96, 125, 126, 154, 173, 210, 
233, 236, 273, 30s, 312, 317, 
318,348, 36s, 373, 37S, 390, 
393. 498. 

Barlow, 557. 

Barmaid, 67. 

Barnaby, 558, 250. 

Barnard, 557, 79, 139, 308. 

Barnes, 558, 70, 102, 194, 216, 
252, 262, 322, 337, 352, 357, 

537- 

Barnett, 559. 

Barney, 559, 38, 68, 79, 81, 83, 
95, 106, 112, 122, 131, 137, 
184,213, 220, 241, 252, 330, 
341, 346, 352, 398, 405, 421, 
424, 447, 455, 461, 494. 

Barns, 558. 

Barnstable, Mass., 26, 56, 94, 
138, 142, 143, 198, 219, 311, 

330, 372, 521, 584- 
Barnstable, N. H., 507. 



Barnstead, 134, 212. 
Barnstead, Mass., 630. 
Barnstead, N. H., 213, 266. 
Barnswell Dist., S. C., 21, 179, 

560. 
Barnum, 560, 212. 
Baron of Teixeira, 108. 
Barr, 560, 315. 
Barracks, Carlisle, Pa., 572. 
Barre, Mass., 89, 287, 456, 612, 

633- 

Barren, 560. 

Barrett, 560, 46, 50, 263, 320, 
407, 466, 496. 

Barrie, 560. 

Barrington, 560. 

Barrington, R. I., 31, 33, 47, 67, 
76, 78, 8i, 84, 106, 108, 114, 
118, 145, 162, 163, 164, 165, 
170, i7[, 174, 233, 234, 240, 
271, 272, 283, 284, 296, 297, 
302, 316, 337, 341, 342, 345, 
346, 347, 388, 402, 403, 424, 
450, 451, 455, 474, 478, 491, 
506, 507, 512, 515, 517, 544, 
558, 569. 592. 597, 607, 615, 
617, 620, 622, 629. 

Barron, 561, 487. 

Barrow, 561. 

Barrows, 561, 43, 108, 304, 488. 

Barrus, 561, 179, 206, 258. 

Barry, 561. 

Barsett, 108. 

Barstow, 562, 41, 164, 199, 255, 
290, 396, 480. 

Bartholomew, 562. 

Bartleman, 562. 

Bartlett, 562, 281, 290, 332, 371, 
376,414,427,431, 435, 464. 

Bartley, 563. 

Bartolo, 563. 

Bartolozza, 563. 

Barton, 563, 69, 81, 88, 95, 159, 
164, 241, 251, 329, 344, 387, 
416, 460, 474. 

Barton, Vt., 513, 514. 

Basel, 293. 

Baskenbridge, N. J., 85, 294. 

Bason, 293. 

Bass, 564. 



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INDEX 



Bassent, 519. 

Bassett, 564, 155, 158, 207, 307, 
332, 350, 449. 

Bastien, 565. 

Basto, 565. 

Baston, 565. 

Bastow, 565, 198. 

Batavia, E. I., 605. 

Batavia, N. Y., 35, 191. 

Batchellor, 545, 106, 134, 186. 

Bateman, 565, 437, 473. 

Bates, 565,41,43,65, 7T, 92, 130, 
134, 167, 194, 198, 200, 219, 
224, 252, 263, 28 r, 304, 306, 
311, 328, 343, 414,427, 438, 
458, 590. 

Bath, Me., 125, 189, 288, 291, 

SSI- 
Bath, N. Y., 408. 
Bath, Grand Cross of the, 542, 

553- 
Bathell, 566. 
Bathurst, 566. 

Baton Rouge, La., 289, 331, 521. 
Battey, 566, 170, 268, 339. 
Battell, 267. 
Battelle, 566. 

Battle of Bennington, 610. 
Battle of Brandy wine, 62 1. 
Battle of Brownstone, 560. 
Battle of Bunker Hill, 610. 
Battle of Chippewa, 543. 
Battle of Lake Erie, 516,625. 
Battle of the Falls, 531. 
Battle of Lexington, 610. 
Battle of Lundy's Lane, 543. 
Battle of Menden. 613. 
Battle of Monmouth, 535, 599. 
Battle of Red Bank, 536. 
Battle of Rhode Island, 576. 
Battle of Trenton, 599. 
Battles, 567. 
Bavarian, 218. 
Bavarian King, The, 102. 
Baxby, 567, 415. 
Baxter, 567, 42, 59, 64, 98, 109, 

180, 337, 347, 372, 436, 441- 
Bay of Honduras, 532. 
Bay of Matanzas, 610. 
Bay of St. Louis, 506, 573. 



Bayard, 568, 179, 252, 425. 
Bayard, Del., 565. 
Bayles, 262. 
Bayless, 178. 
Bayley, 568, 168, 623. 
Baylies, 568, 316, 357, 49i- 
Baylie, 568. 
Bazin, 33. 
Beach, 568. 
Beal, 569, 31. 
Beall, 568. 
Baals, 568, 451. 
Bean, 569. 
Beane, 569, 302. 
Bearce, 569, 26. 
Bears, 569. 
Bearstall, 560. 
Bearseley, 569, 
Beaseley, 184. 
Beatie, 569. 
Beattie, 378. 
Beattey, 569. 
Beaucamp, 569. 
Beauchamp, 569. 
Beaufort, S. C., 277. 
Beauharnois, 569. 
Beaumont, 569. 
Beauvoir, 569. 
Beazeley, 569. 
Beck, 569. 
Becker, 570, 490. 
Beckford, 570, 245. 
Beck with, 570, 417. 
Becraft, 570. 
Bedford, 570, 422. 
Bedford, Mass., 180, 275. 
Bedford, N. H ., 289. 
Bedford, Pa., 546. 
Bedison, 570. 
Bedon, 243. 
Beebe, 570, 491, 603. 
Beecher, 571, 384. 
Beedle, 571. 
Beene, 360. 
Beer, 552. 

Beers, 572, 74, 98, 392. 
Beguey, 571. 

Belcher, 571, 182, 286, 332. 
Belchertown, Mass., 307, 317, 
493- 



INDEX 



XIII 



Belegney, 571. 

Belise, 88, 156. 

Belesise, 588. 

Belfort Bay, Me., 614. 

Belfort, Ire., 574. 

Belgian, 572. 

Belknap, 57 [, 375, 481. 

Bell, 571, 278, 306. 

Bellamy, 572. 

Bellas, 572. 

Bellefonte, Penn., 97. 

Bellerica, Mass., 619. 

Bellerephon, British Ship, 514. 

Bellevieu, 101,420. 

Belleville, N. Y.. 370. 

Belleville, R. I., 229, 308. 

Belleville, Va., 175, 310. 

Bellinger, 22?. 

Bellingham, Mass., 45, 96, 147, 
194, 250, 310, 343, 393, 394, 
458, 565, 566. 

Bellows, 572, 85, 91, 377, 490. 

Bellows Falls, Vt., 541. 

Belluno, 572. 

Belton, 572, 151. 

Belvedere Apollo, 630. 

Belvedere, Schooner, 551. 

Bemis, 572, 99, 136. 

Benadotte, 218. 

Benchley, 572, 104, 400. 

Bendix, 572. 

Bendo, 572. 

Benedict, 573. 27, 33. 34. 35. 38, 
42, 44, 45, 51, 53, 55, 59, 61, 
64, 66, 70, 72, 74, 78, 79. 83, 
84, 85, 90, 91, 92, 96, 104, 
105, 107, 109, 117, 120, 125, 
128, 129, 131, 133, 134, 135, 
137, 139. 142. 147. IS'. 152, 
160, 163, 167, 184, 185, 194, 
196, 208, 209, 210, 216, 218, 
225, 228, 240, 247, 248, 260, 
269, 273, 275, 297, 299, 303, 
304. 319. 322, 323. 325. 327, 
330. 332, 333. 337. 338, 353, 
356, 371. 372, 374, 376, 377, 
392, 394, 402, 407, 417, 425. 
431, 443,444. 446, 447. 450, 
453, 460, 461, 465, 467, 470, 
471, 475, 476, 479, 484, 489, 
490, 493, 498, 547. 



Beneficent Congregat'l Church, 

Prov., 88. 
Benfield, 573. 
Kenfills, S7i. . 
Benjaman, 573. 
Benjamin, 573. 
Bennett, 573, 32, 49, 52, 68, 74, 

93, 138, 209, 215, 275, 322, 

324, 385, 482. 
Benney, 574, 238. 
Benning, 574. 
Bennington, Vt., 610, 622. 
Benson, 574, 79, 131, 269, 276, 

322, 334, 393, 524- 
Bensley, 575. 
Bent, 575. 

Bentley, 575, 25, 412, 546. 
Benton, 575, 177. 
Bentzon, 575. 
Beranger, 575. 
Berbank, 575. 
Berbice, 589. 
Berden, 311. 
Bergofed, 575. 
Berherds, 310. 
Berkeley, 575. 
Berkeley, Mass., 41, 58, 218, 231, 

232, 253, 304, 305, 325, 371, 

479. 522, 523, 524, 609, 610, 

636. 
Berkshire, Mass., 87. 
Berkshire, Steamer, 289. 
Berlin, Ct., 234, 256, 290, 491, 

547. 579- 
Berlin, Germany, 505,^576. 
Bernard, 575. ^S^S 

Berrian, 575, 273, 385, 454, 473. 
Berrien, 575. 
Berry, 576, 391. 
Bertrand, 392. 
Berthereau, 576. 
Berthman, 576. 
Besse, 576. 
Bessent, 563. 
Bessey, 105. 
Best, 283. 

Bethlehem, Penn., 572. 
Bethune, 576. 
Betterley, 576. 
Bettes, 245. 
Beverly, 576, 251, 460. 



XIV 



INDEX 



Beverly, Mass., 64, 142, 189,255, 

261, 266, 268, 407, 472, 503, 

616, 630. 
Bewick, 577. 
Bezeley, 577. 
Bezin. 

Bezzell, 211. 
Bibb, 577. , 
Bibby, 421. 
Bible, 511. 

Bible Society, Am., 593. 
Bible Society, 549. 
Biblical Literature, Prof, of, 307. 
Bichards, 577. 
Bicker, 577. 
Bickerton, 577. 
Bickford, 577. 
Bicknell, 577, 33, 75, 83, 114, 314, 

424, 468, 478. 
Biddleford, Eng., 298. 
Biddeford, Me., 102, 159. 
Biddersen, 577. 
Biddle, 577. 
Biddleford, Eng., 261. 
Bidwell, 169, 200. 
Big Beaver River, 
Bigelow, 578, 361, 370. 
Bigley, 144, 200, 378. 
Bijotat, 578. 
Billand, Varennes, 578. 
Billerica, Mass., 582. 
Billett, 578. 
Billings, 578, 22, 24, 156, 193, 

336, 3S6, 364. 4'3. 451, 468, 

497- 
Billington, 579, 180. 
Bingham, 579, 55, 411. 
Bingham, Schooner, 590.' 
Binney, 306, 329, 471. 
Binns, 579. 
Biographer, 523. 
Bird, 579, 224. 
Birdsall, 579. 
Birdseye, 579. 
Birkbeck, 580. 
Birkett, 580. 

Birmingham, Eng., 370, 422. 
Bisbee, 580. 
Bishop, 580, 83, 137, 182, 200, 

2J7, 231, 273, 292, 342, 357, 

378, 426, 430, 460, 489. 



Bishop, (Title,) 344, 539- 

Bishop of Cloyne, 559. 

Bishop of New York, 57, 86. 

Bir.hop of Ohio, 84. 

Bishop of South Carolina, 298. 

Bisseau, 581. 

Bissell, 581, 177. 

Bissett, 581. 

Bixby, 581. 

Bizzell, 581. 

Black, 581, 150, 187, 188, 206, 

392, 463- 

Blackaller, 301. 

Blackburn, 581, 227. 

Blackington, 581, 192, 290, 389.- 

Blackman, 581. 

Blackmar, 581. 

Blacksmith, 61 r. 

Blackstock, 325, 408. 

Blackstone, 581. 

Blackstone, Mass., 122, 270, 276, 
346, 608. 

Blackwell, 582. 

Blagge, 582, 184. 

Blair, 582, 293, 294. 

Blaisdell, 126. 

Blake, 582, 22, 34, 41, 52, 65, 71, 
98, 103, 118, 156, 162, 164, 
170, 190, 217, 219, 253, 263, 
284, 289, 295, 302, 310, 332, 

336, 337> 373. 376, 379, 407, 
414, 430, 571, 583, 628. 

Blakeley, 582, 291. 

Blakeley, Ala., 509. 

Blanch, 583. 

Blanchard, 583, 38, 54, 120, 260, 
376, 388, 503. 

Blandensburgh, Md., 47, 368, 

559> 589- 
Blandford, Va., 581. 
Blanding, 583, 149, 152, 211, 276, 

477- 
Blaney, 232. 
Blanford, Mass., 587. 
Blash, 628. 
Blasdell, 584. 
Blashfield, 122, 166, 334, 
Blatchford, 584. 
Blaty, 584. 
Blesdell, 199. 
Blinn, 584. 



INDEX 



XV 



Blish, 584. 

Bliss, 584, 52, 68, 73, 225, 234, 
237, 245, 269, 27s, 342, 402, 
406, 423,431.471, 492. 

Blethens, 585. 

Bliven, 585, 173, 190, 214, 432. 

Blivin, 585. 

Blodgett, 586, 478. 

Blood, 586, 467. 

Bloodgood, 586. 

Bloomfield, 586, 151. 

Bloomingdale, Ky., 277. 

Bloomingdale, N. Y., 203, 285, 

309- 
Blooming Grove, N. Y., 613. 
Blount, 586. 
Bluliff, 586, 
Blumpell, 586. 
Blutchford, 586. 
Bly, 586,351, 383. 393.400. 
Blye, 587. 

Blyenhill, Eng., 613. 
Blythe, 229, 498. 
Boag, 587. 

Boardman, 587, 24, 117, 161, 396. 
Boarding House, 603. 
Board of Missions, 24. 
y> oard of Trustees, 602. 
Boat, 514, 522, 575,591,608,614. 
Bobar, 31. 
Bodge, 587. 
Bodour, 587. 
Bogart, 1 01, 435. 
Bogh, 587. 
Bogle, 587. 
Bogman, 587, 263. 
Bogota, Columbia, 408. 
Bohanon, 587. 
Boichat, 587. 
Boiess, 587. 
Boiler, 558. 
Bois, 588. 
Boisseon, 506. 
Boit, 358. 
Bollingbroke, 588. 
Boliver, 588, 373. 
Bolles, 588, 154, 264, 399. 
Boiling, 588. 
Bollon, 588. 
Bolster, 588, 28, 369. 



Bolter, 588. 

Bolton, 588. 

Bolton, Mass., 236, 307, 468. 

Boltwood, 320. 

Bombay, India, 205, 513. 

Bonaparte, 588, 213, 228, 448, 

483. 497- 
Bond, 589, 283. 
Bondry, 589. 
Bonfils, 589. 
Bonney, 180, 186. 
Bonsman, 589. 
Bontick, 589. 
Bontrin, 360. 
Bonwell, 589. 
Booden, 589. 
Boodery, 589. 
Boodry, 589. 
Bookseller, 23, 80, 169, 414, 607, 

640. 
Books, School, 510. 
Boomer, 589. 

Boone, 590, 273, 403, 433.. 
Boone Isles, 548. 
Boone Settlement, Mo., 590. 
Booneville, N. Y., 634. 
Booram, 590. 
Booth, 590, 24, 268, 275. 
Boott, 148. 
Bootts, 590. 
Bordeaux, Fr., 575. 
Borden, 590, 36, 41, 124, 132, 

150, 155, 260, 274, 275, 276, 

317, 323, 326,339, 354, 393, 

423, 437, 473. 
Bordentown, N. Y., 66, 104, 148, 

362. 
Bordot, 591. 
Borghese, 591. 
Borland, 591. 
Boshard, 591. 
Bosquiet, 591. 
Boss, 591, 232, 283, 346, 359, 360, 

363, 365, 447, 456, 474, 489. 
Bostler, 592. 
Boston, 592. 
Boston, Mass., 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 

27, 28, 30, 31, 32, 33, 36, 37, 

38, 39, 40, 42, 43. 44. 45, 47. 

49. 51, 53. 54,55,56. 58, 59, 



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INDEX 



Boston, Mass., — C 
60, 6i, 62, 63, 

71. 73. 74. 7h 
84, 85, 86, 87, 
100, 102, 103, 
112, 113, 116, 
120, 123, 124, 

131, 134,135. 
141, 142, 143, 
151, 152, 156, 
161, 162, 165, 
174, 175, 176, 
180, 181, 182, 
187, 188, 189, 
194, 196, 197, 
204, 205, 206, 
211, 212, 214, 
220, 221, 222, 
226, 227, 228, 
239, 240, 241, 
247, 248, 249, 
254, 255,256, 
262, 263, 264, 
269, 270, 273, 
281, 282, 283, 
288, 289, 290, 
298, 299, 300, 
306, 307, 308, 
3 '5. 317.320, 
326, 327, 328, 

334, 335, 337, 
346, 347, 349, 

354. 356. 358, 
362, 363, 364, 
368, 369, 370, 
374. 375. 380, 
386, 390. 391, 
396, 397, 402, 
408, 410, 411, 
417,418,419, 
432, 433, 434. 
443, 446, 448, 
455, 458. 459, 
466, 468, 473, 
483, 484, 48s, 

492, 493. 494, 
500, 503, 504, 
508,512,521, 

545.547,551, 
560, 566, 568, 



Continued. 
64, 65, 69, 70 
78, 79, 81, 83 

89. 94. 95, 99 
105, 107, III 
117, 118, 119, 
127, 128, 130 
136, 139, 140 
144, 148, 150 
157, 159, 160 
167, 169, 171 

177, 178, 179. 
183, 184, 186 
190, 191, 193 

199, 201, 202 

208, 209, 210 

215, 217, 218 

223, 224, 225 

229, 230, 232 

242, 243, 245 

250, 252, 253 

257, 260, 261 

265, 266, 268 

27s, 278,279, 

285, 286, 287 

294, 29s, 297 

301, 302, 304 

312, 313, 314 

323, 324, 325 

330, 331. 332 

339. 342. 345 
35', 352, 353 
359. 360, 361 
365, 366, 367 
371. 372, 373 
382, 383, 385 
392, 393. 394 
403. 405, 407 
413, 415, 416 
420, 421, 422 
435. 439, 441 
449, 453, 454 
460, 463, 464 

474. 477. 479 
487, 488, 490 

495, 496, 497 
505, 506, 507 
522, 542, 544 

552, 553, 557 
570, 572, 573 



Boston, Mass., — Continued. 
574, 575. 577. 578, 579, 580, 
582, 586, 591, 593, 599, 600, 
601, 602,605, 606, 607, 608, 
610, 612,619, 620, 624, 62s, 
631, 632, 635, 636,638, 639. 

Boston Common, 624. 

Boston Currier, 477. 

Boston Free Press, 476. 

Boston Gazette, 64. 

Boston Recorder, 26, 484. 

Boston, Ship, 587. 

Boston Telegraphy 26. 

Boston Theatre, 74, 499. 

Bostwick, 324. 

boswell, 66, 377. 

Bosworth, 592, 84, 134, 164, 178, 
194. 197. 204, 206, 219, 277, 
298, 303. 326, 337, 400, 410, 
415, 420, 433. 

Botsford, 593. 

Bott, 593. 

Botts, 593. 

Boudinot, 593. 

Bouldrey, 491. 

Boulton, 593. 

Bouniere, 593. 

Bourbon Co., Ky., 277. 

Bourbon, Isle of, 591. 

Bourbon, The, 542. 

Bourn, 593. 

Bourne, 593, 94, 99, 304. 

Bours, 594, 284, 638. 

Boutin, 594. 

Bowcock, 305. 

Bowden, 594. 

Bowditch, 594. 

Bowdoin, 594. 

Bowdoin, Me., 142. 

Bowdoin, Me., College, 142, 419, 

530. 

Bowdoinham, Me., 555. 

Bowen, 594, 22, 28, 36, 46, 47, 
81, 85, 129, 141, 145, 147, 
159, 162, 164, 172, 181, 182, 
187, 189, 191, 194, 204, 209, 

214, 216, 220, 225, 240, 243, 
256, 266, 267, 290, 291, 293, 
29s. 300, 314, 325, 327, 330. 

334, 346, 364, 372, 373, 391, 



INDEX 



XVII 



Bowen, — continued. 

399, 402, 411, 413, 41;, 424, 
440, 449,451,453, 454, 457, 

459. 489. 499- 
Bower, 176, 348. 
Bowers, 598, 36, 255, 275, 336, 

347, 417- 434. 453, 456 
Bowie, 599. 
Bowker, 127. 
Bowland, 599. 

Bowler, 599, 66, 67, 169, 200. 
Bowles, 599. 
Bowline, 599. 
Bowman, 311. 
Bowne, 599. 
Bowyer, 599. 
Box, 599. 

Boxboro, Mass.. 139, 476. 
Boxford, Mass., 614. 
Boyce, 599. 
Boyd, 599, 230, 239, 283, 458, 

498, 564. 
Boyer, 600. 
Boyle, 600. 
Boyler, 600. 
Boyleston, 600. 
Boyleston, Mass., 142, 227, 299, 

554, 579, 605. 
Bozrah, Ct., 286, 624. 
Brab river, 600. 
Brace, 142. 
Bracken, 600. 
Bradbury, 600, 311. 
Braddock's Defeat, 58. 
Bradford, 600, 32, 66, 72, 88, 90, 

no, 193, '99, 209, 232, 233, 

234. 393. 417. 420, 475- 
Bradford, Mass., 32, 115, 224, 

229, 292, 307, 367. 
Bradford, Va., 506. 
Bradish, 602. 

Bradley, 603, 136, 315, 498. 
Bradshaw, 603, 430. 
Brady, 603, 217, 298. 
Bragg, 604, 94. 
Braid, 486. 
Brainard, 604. 
Braine, 466. 
Braintree, Mass., yj, 425, 449, 

467. 



Braley, 604, 22, 132. 
Braman, 604, 161, 267, 484. 
Branch, 604, 26, 108, 128, 183, 
207, 243, 281, 311, 372, 414, 

483. 
Branch Bank, U. S., 586. 
Brancroft, 128. 
Brand, 61. 
Brandt, 605. 
Brandy, 558. 

Brandy wine. Battle of, 621. 
Branford, Mass., 213. 
Branford, N. Y., 605. 
Brant Rock, 612. 
Brasier, 605. 
Braston, 226. 
Brattell, 605. 

Brattleboro, Vt., 242, 608. 
Brattle St. Church, Boston, 626. 
Braxton, 605. 
Bray, 605, 1 16, 421. 
Brayman, 605, 229, 237, 238. 
Brayton, 605, 118, 193,322,332, 

345, 413,488, 529- 
Brazier, 606, 83, 313. 
Brazil, 606. 

Brazil, (place), 257, 352. 
Brazilian Army, i88. 
Breasheoses, 606. 
Breck, 606. 
Brecken bridge, 256. 
Breckenridge, 606. 
Breed, 121, 316, 370,481. 
Breese, 606. 
Brega, 493. 
Bremen, Ger., 509. 
Brenckenbiidge, 185. 
Brent, 606. 
Brenton, 607, 617. 
Brentwood, 621. 
Brewer, 607, 83, 298, 367, 436, 

496. 
Brewerton, 607, ri6. 
Brewster, 607. 
Brewster, Mass., 94. 
Briant, 607. 
Briard, 607. 
Brice, 607. 
Brickley, 607, 187. 
Bride, 607. 



XVIII 



INDEX 



Bridge, 607. 

Bridge, Central, Prov., 512. 

Bridgeham, 608, 610, 140, 228. 

Bridgeport, Ct, 414, 553. 

Bridgewater, Mass., 58, 62, 70, 
86, 105, 106, 114, 127, 130, 
131, 136, 220, 221. 223, 256, 
412, 429, 442, 466, 471, 475, 
510, 512, 521. 

Bridgewater, Mass., Academy, 
287. 

Bridges, E77. 

Bridles, 301. 

Brig Abbeana, 583. 

Brig Agenoria, 547, 639. 

Brig Antelope, 525, 545, 551. 

Brig Argus, U. S., 513. 

Brig Charles and Ellen, 564. 

Brig Dolly, 597. 

Brig Edwina, 625. 

Brig Fame, 549, 602. 

Brig Ganges, 574. 
. Brig Gov. Hopkins, 523, 625. 

Brig James, S70. 

Brig John IDecatur, 586. 

Bri^ Juno, 555. 

Bng Laurel, 564. 

Brig Marcia, 538. 

Brig Maiy, 615. 

Brig Mary Seamans, 576. 

Brig Nancy, 616. 

Brig Only Son, 532. 

Brig Orazimbo, 514. 

Brig Packet, 579. 

Brig Paragon, 545. 

Brig Pocahontas, 536. 

Brig Prize, 582. 

Brig Radius, S49, 638. 

Brig Remittance, 557. 

Brig Resolution, 521. 

Brig Richard, 598. 

Brig Sampson, 622. 

Brig Somers, 519. 

Brig Success, 612. 

Brig Union, 633. 

Brig William and Mary, 591. 

Brig Zephyr, 518. 

Brigantine Radius, 584. 

Briggs, 608, 32, 37, 46, 67, 93, 
in, us, 144, 184, 203, 204, 



Briggs, — Continued. 

216, 232,244, 251, 263, 282, 
284, 305, 308, 353, 376, 409, 
423, 444, 447, 457, 469. 477. 
483, 489, 492, 493, 498. 

Brigham, 608, 610, 55, 123, 151, 
417, 420. 

Bright, 610. 

Brightman, 610, 229, 322, 436. 

Brimblecome, 325. 

Brimfield, Mass., 32, 71, 250, 
275,552. 

Brinckerhoff, 610. 

Brinckle, 610. 

Brindley, 610. 

Bringhurst, 610. 

Bindley, 610. 

BrintnaJl, 610. 

Brisbane, 610. 

Brissal, 610. 

Bristed, 155, 156, 200, 241, 261, 
286,423, 43 E, 490 

Bristol, 611. 

Bristol Co., Mass., 130, 438. 

Bristol Co. Academy, 75. 

Bristol Co., R. I., 512, 518, 593. 

Bristol, R. I., 21,24,25, 26,30, 
31,40,41, 53, 56, 57,64, 67, 
72, 79, 84, 90, 93, 99, 100, 
101, 108, 113, 1 18, 121, 123, 
128, 130, 133, 135, 137, 139, 
140, 14s, 146, 147, 149, 153, 
154, 155, 156, 161, 163, 164, 
166, 167, 169, 172, 173, 174, 
177, iSo, 184, 185, [86, 187, 
189, 193, 196, 198, 199, 200, 
201, 204, 206, 209, 2:0, 211, 
213, 217, 218, 219, 220, 222, 
224, 225, 229, 230, 231, 232, 
233, 234, 235, 236, 238, 239, 
241, 243,24s, 246, 247, 248, 
249, 250, 253, 257, 261, 263, 
267, 268, 271, 272, 276, 278, 
279, 284, 285, 286, 293, 29s, 
296, 297, 298, 299, 304, 30s, 
306, 308,311, 316, 321, 327, 
328, 329,331. 333, 334, 335. 
337, 338, 340, 341, 344- 345. 
352, 354,'3SS. 3S6, 367. 368, 
372, 373, 377. 378, 382, 383, 



INDEX 



XIX 



Bristol, R. I., — Continued. 

384.387,389.391, 398, 403. 
410, 413,418, 420, 421, 423, 
428, 429,431, 433, 434, 437, 
438, 439,44'. 447, 448, 450, 
452, 456, 462, 455, 466, 469, 
473,476,485.486, 487. 490, 
495. 496, 506, 507, S'O, 511, 
514, 516,530, 54', 549, 553, 
557. 560, 573, 582, 583, 58s, 
587, 592, 593. 594. 598, 600, 
601,602,614,622, 623, 629, 
631, 636, 639. 

Bristow, 61 1. 

British Army, 177, 389, 496. 

British Consul, 366, 378, 482, 

555- 
British Forces, 542. 
British King, 108, 159. 
British Navy, 486, 632. 
British Poets, 523. 
British Prison, 591. 
British Prisoners, 521. 
British Service, 542. 
British Ship Bellerophon, 514. 
British Ship Guerriere, 607, 613, 

639 
British Ship Little Belt, 573. 
British Ship Macedonian, 523. 
British Ship Pelican, 513. 
British Ship Shannon, 503, 613. 
Ikitt, 611. 
Brittle, 611. 
Brittain, 611, 150, 481. 
Brittian, 61 r. 
Broad, 61 i. 
Broadbent, 611. 
Broadie. 391. 
Broadfield, 611. 
Broadhead, 6ii. 
Broadway, 6t i. 
Broadway, N. Y,, 603. 
Brockenbridge, 611. 
Brocket, 611. 
Brockett, 611. 
Brodie, 612, 37. 
Broeck, 612. 
Brohham, 117. 
Bromley, 612. 
Brompton, Eng., 616. 



Brompton Plains, N J., 582. 

Bronough, 6i2. 

Bronsdon, 6x2. 

Bronson, 612, 201. 

Brook, 6 12. 

Brook (water), 175. 

Brookfield, Ct., 75, 125. 

Brookfield, Mass., r8i, 192, 213, 
282, 370, 418. 

Brookline, Mass., 263, 280, 291. 
374, 403, 473, 508, 540, 544, 

Brooklyn, Ct., 34, 60, 69, 76, 80, 
82, 102, 108, 170, 192, 240, 
251, 260, 264, 267, 270, 347, 
352. 373, 38s, 403. 410, 418, 
428, 430, 445, 449. 455. 478, 
480, 494, 506, 507, 546, 549, 

575- 

Brooklyn, N. Y., 27, 193, 198, 
228, 244, 304, 388, 497. 

Brooks, 612, 44, 65, 217, 394, 422. 

Broome, 613. 

Broomfield, Mass., 448, 489. 

Brophy, 613. 

Brotherson, 413. 

Brotherton, 613. 

Brothruck, 43. 

Broughbridge, Eng., 588. 

Brown, 613, 19, 23, 25, 29, 34, 
36, 40, 42, 46, 52, 61, 62, 72, 
74, 76. 79, 90, 92, 95. 96, 98, 
100, 102, 103, 104, 108, 114, 
117, 122, 127, 128, 134, 139, 
141, 145, 149. 150, 153. 154, 
157, 162, 163, 164, 167, 168, 
i88, 196, 198, 199, 202, 207, 
208, 217, 222, 227, 230, 231, 
235, 236, 246, 249, 261, 266, 
267, 271, 272, 274, 278, 280, 
281, 285, 286, 296, 297, 303, 
311, 312, 316, 317, 319, 321, 
325, 326, 327, 331, 334, 343, 
343,35". 353, 354. 360, 363, 
370. 374. 377. 379. 384. 386, 
387. 390, 391. 395. 397. 399, 
400, 403, 406, 410, 411, 414, 
415,418, 421, 425, 427, 429, 
431. 432. 436, 437. 450, 452, 
461, 463, 473, 474, 477, 478, 
480, 482, 484, 485, 486, 489. 



XX 



INDEX 



Brown Graduate, 512, 515, 519, 
542, 544, 548, 552, SS5, 562, 
594, 618. 

Brown University, 214, 305, 396, 
462, 505. 506, 531, 547, 565, 
592, 594, 612, 636. 

Brown University, Prof, of Nat- 
ural Philosophy in, 175. 

Browntown, Battle of, 560. 

Brownville, N. Y., 425, 615. 

Brownell, 622, 21, 39, 49, 85, 
120, 175, 217,219, 237, 300, 
326,329, 341, 379, 388, 412, 

413, 439, 470, 473- 
Browning, 624, 49, 209, 442, 476. 
Brownlow, 624. 
Bruce, 624,62, 189, 347, 387. 
Bruner, 624. 
Bruney, 624. 
Brunson, 624. 
Brunswick, 425. 
Brunswick, Ga., 542. 
Brunswick, Me., 503, 530. 
Brunswick, The Royal, 519, 584. 
Brush, 624. 
Bryan, 625. 

Bryant, 625, 126, 269, 372. 
Bryce, 226 
Buck, 625, 161, 265. 
Buchan, 625, 193. 
Buchanan, 351. 
Buckannon, 625. 
Buckanon, 625. 
Buckhout, 625. 
Buckingham, 477. 
Buckland, 184. 
Buckley, 625. 
Bucklin, 626, 83, 95, 135, 218, 

265, 294, 332, 428 
Buckminster, 626, 143. 
Buckner, 262, 398. 
Buckshot, 572. 
Buckstown, Me., 161. 
Budlong, 626, 97, 208, 466, 485. 
Buenos Ayres, 227, 292, 574. 
Buffalo, N. Y., 42, 364, 365. 
Buffingham, 627. 
Buffington, 627, 42, 90, 147, 279, 

492. 
Bufifinton, 627. 



Buff urn, 627, 157, 194, 221, 325, 

358, 381. 
Bugbee, 628, 32, 104, 480, 482. 
Bugby, 232. 
Building, 514. 
Bulger, 628. 
Bulkley, 628. 
Bull, 628, 29, 
Bullard, 628, 176, 188, 196, 222, 

308, 342. 
Bulletin, Evening, 62, 71. 
Bulletin, Saturday Evening, 19. 
Bulling, 114. 
Bullock, 628, 174, 168, 184, 231, 

335. 458, 484, 492. 
Bulow, 629. 
Bump, 629. 
Bunce, 630. 
Bundy, 105. 

Bunker, 630, 82, 272, 492. 
Bunker Hill, 587, 610. 
Bunks, 630. 
Bunn, 495. 
Bunting, 495. 

Burbank, 630, 239, 342, 463. 
Burbeck, 45. 
Burch, 630 
Burchard, 312. 
Burdick, 630, 103, 135,259,303. 

306, 313.344, 355, 360, 394, 

443- 
Burden, 631, 182. 
Burditt, 631. 
Burdon. 274. 
Burdsall, 63 1. 
Burge, 208, 220, 316, 317, 355, 

402, 405, 427, 44 [, 443. 
Burgess, 632, 44, 70, 246,^248, 

278, 391, 480, 495. 
Burgesses, House of, 554. 
Burgoyne, 587, 621. 
Burgoyne's Capture, 587. 
Burgs, 632. 

Burial Ground, West Prov., 504. 
Burke, 632, 315. 
Burke's Co , Ga., 482. 
Hurkett, 531. 
Burling, 633. 
Burlingame, 633, 46, 60, 68, 115, 

363, 374- 397, 409, 498, 499. 



INDEX 



XXI 



Burlingham, 633, 167, 405. 

Burlington, N. J., 151, 586, 593. 

Burlington, Vt., 223, 409, 458, 
470. 

Burlington, Vt., University, 458. 

Burnap, 633. 

Burnell, 396. 

Burnett, 633, 219. 

Burnham, 633, 98, 365. 

Burns, 634. 

Burnside, 634. 

Burr, 634, 58, 60, 74, 83, 149, 174, 
210, 234,24s, 272, 296, 303, 
385. 386, 398, 402, 461, 520, 
618, 628. 

Burrell, 635, 153, 301, 456, 468. 

Burrett, 635. 

Burrill, 635. 

Burrillville, R. I., 31, 34, 85, 104, 
106, 136, I4t, 165, 192, 194, 
19s, 222, 274, 308, 337, 339, 
343. 35', 352, 463, 480, 481, 
487. 533. 590, 616. 

Burrough, 635. 

Burroughs, 635, 131, 197, 239, 
247> 27s, 322, 411, 426. 

Burrow, 636. 

Burrows, 57, 132, 421. 

Burt, 636, 37, 41, 106, 136, 228, 

30s, 315. 325, 355, 463- 
Burte, 297. 
Burtis, 637. 
Burton, 637. 
Burwell, 637. 
Bush, 639, 408, 426, 433. 
Bushby, 288. 
Bushee, 640, 91, 160. 
Bushwick, N. Y., 565. 
Bussey, 419. 
Bustard, 640. 
Butcher, 637. 
Butcher (trade), 572, 616. 
Bute, 637. 
Butler, 637, 65, 122, 161, 244, 

250, 32r, 551, 599- 
Buttermilk Falls, N. Y., 586. 
Buttersworth, 638, 428. 
Buttiiian, 639. 
Butts, 639, S3, 82, 107, 168, 184, 

200, 286, 339. 



Buxton, Me., 128, 462. 
Byles, 640. 
Bynam, 640. 
Byrant, 640. 
Byrd, 640. 
Byrne, 640. 
Byrnes, 640, 323. 
Byron, 640. 
Byron, Lord, ISO. 



Cablee, 103. 

Cabot, 226. 

Cadet, The Literary, 19,^52, 168, 

226, 344. 
Cady, 54, 69, 81, in, 127, 166, 

177, 19s, 207, 246, 254, 321, 

344. 455, 485. 498, 546. 

Cafferty, 205. 

Cahoone, 193, 248, 333. 

Cain, 168. 

Cairn, 

Calcart, 264. 

Calcutta, Ind., S04. 

Calder, 69, 234, 274. 

Caldwell, 137. 

Caledonia, Ship, S07. 

Callev. 394. 

Calve'rt, Md., ^^. 

Calvert Co., Md., 564. 

Calvert, 221, 387, 462. 

Calvin, 536. 

Cambreling, 261. 

Cambridge, Mass., 30, S5, (^'2-, 
128, 130, 139, JS7, 227, 270, 
284, 298, 335, 416, 434, 439, 
542, SS7, 561, 578,602. 

Cambridgeport, Mass., 64, 182, 
204, 468. 

Cambridge, University of, 178, 
2n. 

Camden Co., Ga,, 519, 563. 

Camden, S. C., 74, 201, 231,477, 

479. 
Camerioca, W. L, 200, 487. 
Cammann, 178. 
Camp, Aide de, 542. 



XXII 



INDEX 



Campbell, 74, ^6, 217, 234, 268, 

344. 368. 
Canaan, Ct., 568. 
Canal, 587. 
Canandaigua, N. Y., 71, 88, 93, 

94, 140, 176, 284, 354, 428. 
Caneer, 583. 
Canda, 576. 

Candidate Minister, 391, 485. 
Candidate, Sloop, 505. 
Candle, 483. 
Cannon (name), 42, 87. 
Cannon, 572, 602. 
Canterbury, Archbishop of, 201, 

210. 
Canterbury, Ct., 91, 98, 127, 192, 

219, 222, 301, 309, 374, 358, 

363, 505, 507, 546, 633. 
Canton, China, 57, 176. 
Canton, Mass, 174, 191, 225, 

495- 
Canton, Ship, 516. 
Cantonment Posse Christianne, 

624. 
Cape Ann, 508. 
Cape Cod, 209, 312, 549, 567. 
Cape Horn, 630. 
Cape May, 571. 
Cape Messanrado, 564. 
Cape Verde Isle, 58. 
Cape Verde Isles, 429. 
Capitol Hill, 521. 
Capron, 35, 53, 90, 260, 334, 394, 

495. 462. 
Captain, 191, 410, 560. 
Captain of Marines, 523. 
Card, 48, 54, 348, 443. 
Carew, 421. 
Carey, 25. 214, 242, 243, 267, 

272, 327, 407, 442. 
Cargill, 167, 218. 
Carhle, 152, 206, 308, 395. 
Carlisle, 19, 416. 
Carlisle, Eng., 283. 
Carlisle, Penn., 410, 611. 
Carlisle, Penn., Barracks, 572. 
Carlton, 44, 64. 
Carlton, Va., 553. 
Carmarthen, Marquis of, 51. 
Caroline, Sloop, 600. 



Carpenter (name), 22, 23, 25, 34, 
60, 84, 107, 119, 129, 1-35, 
138, 145, 147, 149, 153. 166, 
168, 170, 174, 205, 206, 220, 
227, 232, 233, 286, 307, 319, 
325. 35', 354. 357,368, 381, 
383. 395. 400, 406, 423, 427, 
441, 448, 455, 459, 483, 488, 
499. 609. 

Carpenter (trade), 573. 

Carpenter House, 534. 

Carr, 22, 36, 94, 120,215, 254, 
259. 306, 330, 338, 343, 392. 

Carriage, 520, 521, 546, 574, 612. 

Carrier, 251. 

Carrington, 66. 

Carrique, 91, 162, 233, 461. 

Carroll, 51. 

Carrollton, Md., 51. 

Carson, 416. 

Cartel Analastan, 336. 

Carter, 93, 100, 116, 253, 326, 

343, 369, 392. 
Cart Wright, 272. 
Carver, 256, 448. 
Carver, Mass., 325, 378, 561. 
Case, 68, 197, 242, 306, 334, 337, 

447- 

Caseim, 368. 

Casey, 95, 232. 

Cash, 99, 487. 

Cashier, 90, 95, 98, 159, (96, 198, 
201, 243, 281, 384, 402, 405, 
452, 474, 475, 483, 489, 586. 

Castine, Me,, 552. 

Castle, 326. 

Castle, Moro, 635. 

Castoff, i6o. 

Caswell, 63, 130, 396, 449, 480, 

435- 
Catastrophe, 607. 
Catholic Church, 214. 
Caton, 51, 228, 448. 
Cattle, 249. 
Caulincourt, 424. 
Causrines, 486. 
Cavanaugh, 27. 
Cavendish Square, Eng., 324, 

396- 
Cayaga Co., N. Y., 616. 



INDEX 



XXIU 



Cazenove, 49. 
Cecely, 514. 

Central Bridge, Providence, 512. 

Central Falls, R. I., 33, 64, 83, 

92, 93, !i6, 210, 211, 225, 

27s. 319. 353. 407.452. 
Central Manufacturing Co., 33, 

132. 
Centre, 271. 
Centreville, N. Y., n. 
Centreville, R. I., 42, 67, 73, 97, 

15s, 181, 249, 452, 455, 626, 

637. 

Centreville, S. C, 404. 

Chace, 21, 25, 38, 47, 65, 78, 84, 

85. 99. 100, 107, 1 18, 120, 

126, r33, 136, 154, 181, 199, 

200, 208, 217, 236, 253, 257, 

273, 280, 291, 296, 307, 317, 

343. 345, 359. 367. 380, 388, 
401,424, 436,483, 488, 491, 

493. 495, 499- 
Chadsey, 469. 
Chad wick, 473. 
Chaffee, 83, 149, 168, 179, 216; 

219, 258, 260, 349, 414, 498. 
Chair, 519, 585, 632. 
Chairman, 602. 
Chaise, 557. 
Chamberlain, 47, 81, 113, 243, 

262, 386. 
Chamberlain (trade), 159. 
Champlain, 23, 46, 58, 123, 132, 

249, 252,282, 371, 470, 473. 
Champlain, Lake, 398. 
Champlain, N. Y., 139, 287. 
Chancery, Court of, 366, 389. 
Chancillor, 594. 
Chandler, 84, 227, 280, 339, 404, 

406. 
Channing, 242, 243, 326, 372. 
Chapee, 315. 
Chapel, 104 

Chapel, Kings, 184, 299, 337. 
Chapel, Methodist, 115, 133, 202, 

293, 404, 450. 
Chaplain, 640. 
Chaplin, Ct., 540. 
Chapin, 55, 158, 384, 399, 43i, 

441, 442, 456, 465, 495. 



Chapman, 173, 194, 280, 304, 339. 

Chappell, 26, 335, 362, 378, 392. 

Chapponil, 358. 

Chappotin, 7T, 152, 230, 456. 

Charge des Affairs, 238, 309. 

Charles II, 302. 

Charle."; and Ellen, Brig, 564. 

Charleston, S. C, 21, 26, 37, 45, 
48, 49, 51,61,62,69, 70, 71, 
76, 80,81, 82, 86,97,99, lOI, 
IDS, 106, 110, II I, 123, 125, 
129, 144, 151, 159, 172, 177, 
179, 187, 188, 189, 190, 19s, 
198, 207, 214, 221, 224, 225, 
239. 243. 245. 251, 259, 264, 

267, 273, 283, 2^5, 297, 300, 
306,328, 329, 361, 368, 372, 
390, 391, 395>40o, 411, 420, 
422, 426, 435, 437. 454. 4S6, 
458, 483, 497, 503, 515, 520, 
530. 543, 562, 576, 579, 588, 
606, 615, 616, 618. 

Charleston, S. C, Harbor, 511. 

Charleston, S. C, Theatre, 61. 

Charlestown, Ind., 172, 386. 

Charlestown, Mass, 31, 42, 43, 
44, 88, 90, 98, 102, 179, 181, 
185, 192, 221, 223, 224, 230, 

268, 272, 279, 316, 317, 335, 
365, 371,4^5. 417. 419, 429. 
430. 431. 434. 436. 445. 458, 
468, 477, 482, 487, 506, 562, 
583, 600, 607, 613. 

Charlestown, R. I., 59, 98, 114, 
134, 17s, 186, 244, 330, 360, 
370, 414, 524, 537, 624, 631. 

Charlotta, Vt, 513, 583. 

Charlton, Mass., 50, 73, 91, loi, 
122, 158, 214, 256, 258, 368, 
458, 463, 465, 474, 512. 

Charlton, Mo., 199, 402. 

Charlton, N. Y., 599. 

Charnley, 492. 

Charrel Village, Mo., 590. 

Charthagena, Africa, 575. 

Chatham, Ct., 80, 588. 

Chatham, Mass., 247, 257, 548. 

Chatman, 279. 

Chesapeake, U. S. Ship, 503, 553, 
613. 



XXIV 



INDEX 



Cheeseley, 248. 

Cheets, 48. 

Cheever, 50, 104, 428, 492. 

Chelsea, Eng., 324. 

Chelsea, Mass., 74, 362, 396, 432. 

Chelsea, Vt., 558. 

Chemistry, Prof, of, 214, 597. 

Chenango Co., N. Y., 625. 

Cheney, 53, 98, 112, 133, 147, 
181, 216, 222, 228, 260, 269, 
283, 303, 317, 318,342, 343, 
384, 400, 483, 489. 

Chepachet, R. I., 62, no, 276, 

333. 357, 363, 432, 476, 581, 

598. 
Cheralin, 30. 

Cheraw, S. C, 138, 163, 473. 
Cherokee Indian, 615. 
Cherokee Nation, 21 r, 286. 
Cherry Valley, N. Y., 615. 
Cheshire, Ct., 603. 
Cheshire, Eng., 129. 
Cheshire, Mass ,417, 624. 
Chessmr.n, 26, 302, 438. 
Chester, 587. 

Chester Co., Penn., 188, 438. 
Chester District, S. C, 616. 
Chester, N. H., 63, 178. 
Chestnut, 479. 
Chevalear, 575. 
Chickesaw Tribe of Indians, 58, 

ISO. 
Chief Justice, 314, 329, 535, 565, 

601. 
Chief Justice of R. I., 471. 
Chief of the Mohawks, 605. 
Chief of the Seminoles, 628. 
Child, 28, 64, 94, 169, 203, 233, 

299. 303. 453- 
Childs, 84, 198, 357, 383, 392. 
Chile, 36, 516, 620. 
Chillicothe, O., 111, 194, 217, 

310, 495- 
Chillson, 419. 

Chilmark, Mass., 26, 487, 565. 
Chiltenden, 372. 
Chipman, 39, 136. 
Chippewa, 543. 
Chipton, 282. 
Chocolate Mills, R. I., 22, 117. 



Choctaw Agency, 113, 422. 

Cholera, 613, 626. 

Cholin, Ct., 638. 

Choules, 49, r26, 141, 149, 192, 
197, 200, 220, 223, 229 238, 
264, 275,285, 294, 312, 345, 
346, 358,359, 360, 375. 382, 
396, 488. 

Christ Church, 439. 

Christ Church, N. Y., 486. 

Christ Church, Philadelphia, 166. 

Christ Church, South Leicester, 
196. 

Christian Church, 308. 

Christian Telescope, 250. 

Christy, 346. 

Chronicle, 359, 495, 553- 

Chronicle, Independent, 506. 

Chronicle, Pawtucket, 179, 186. 

Church (name), 28, 29, S3, 71, 79, 
201, 218,262, 291, 307, 326, 

356. 375, 380, 384. 389, 393, 

398, 401, 403, 409, 437, 452, 

453, 466, 493- 
Church, 544. 
Church, Baptist, 425, 526, 541, 

567, 590, 593, 604, 619. 
Church, First Baptist, Boston, 

487. 
Church, Brattle Street Baptist, 

Boston, 626. 
Church, Baptist, Warren, 449. 
Church, Catholic, 214. 
Church, Congregationist, 573, 

636. 
Church, Congregational, Beverly, 

503. 
Church, Congregational, Hollis- 

ton, 454 
Church, First Congregational, 

Killingly, 467. 
Church, Congregational, Reho- 

both, 490. 
Church, Christ, 439. 
Church, Christ, N. Y., 486. 
Church, Christian, 308. 
Church de Espriet, 424. 
Church, Dutch Reformed, 565. 
Church, East Salem, 575. 
Church, Elder Slades, 520. 



INDEX 



XXV 



Church, Episcopal, 215, 304. 
Church, First, Boston, 503. 
Church, Grace, Boston, 464. 
Church, Methodist, 539, 580, 

60s. 
Church, North Salem, 503. 
Church, Protestant Episcopal, 

625. 
Church, Richmond St., Prov., 

483- 

Church, St. George, L. I., 628. 

Church, St. Michael's, Marble- 
head, 598. 

Church, St. Paul, Pawtucket, 
486. 

Church, Trinity, Newport, 454. 

Church, Unitarian, 408, 447. 

Church, Second Unitarian, 412. 

Church, Universalist, 285, 496, 
580. 

Church Street, Prov., 513. 

Churchill, 22, 100, 210, 357, 396, 

434- 
Chute, 503. 
Cincinnati, O., 123, 148, 203, 443, 

557. 565, 580, 582, 598, 633. 
Cincinnati, The, 516. 
Circus, 176, 421, 612. 
Cisco, 114. 

City Recorder, 71, 476. 
Civic Honors, 594. 
Civil Engineer, U. S., 378. 
Civil History, Prof, of, 569. 
Civil Tribunal of the Seine, 576. 
Clock, 395. 
Claffden, 361. 
Clafflin, 163, 412. 
Claggett, 113, 254. 

ciapp, ^^, 159, 2 IS, 216, 337, 414, 

494- 

Clarendon, N. Y., 6io. 

Clarke, 27, 33, $8, 6s, 81, 87, 103, 
112, 119, 128, 133, IS9, 161, 
171, 176, 183, 187, 191, 201, 
20s, 221, 222,227, 229, 230, 
234, 240, 243, 245, 247, 272, 
278. 295, 305, 338, 340, 346, 
349. 353. 354, 358, 361, 363, 
367. 376. 380, 381, 382, 385. 
390, 395. 398, 422, 424. 440, 
451, 460. 



Clarkesburg, Tenn., 67. 
Clarkes Isle, Mass., 387, 437. 
Clarkes Point, 632. 
Class, Freshman, 531, S65. 
Class, Junior, 612, 636. 
Class, Sophomore, S47. 597- 
Clay, 183. 

Clemsford, Mass.. 565. 
Clement, 140, 142. 
Clemon, 131, 253. 
Clemmons, 284, 371. 
Clerk, 262, 297, 32s, 421, S82, 

593,601. 
Clerk of Court, 611, 634. 
Clermont, Mass., 140. 
Clermont, N. Y., 286. 
Cleveland, 140, 203, 208, 282, 

366, 371, 471. 476. 
Cleveland, O., 203, 462. 
Clifford, S3, SS. 122, 426, 431, 

433. 443- 

Clift St., N. Y., 607. 

Clinton, 100, 3S4. 

Clinton, Ga., S2, 138, 154. 

CUnton, N. Y., 276, 412, 619. 

Cloyne, Bishop of, SS9. 

Coachman, S12. 

Coal Pit, 614. 

Coast of Africa, S06, S46, 598, 

601. 
Coates, 427. 
Cobb, 2S, 36, 42, 61, 13s, 136, 

224, 276, 349, 406, 426, 439, 

479, 481, 484- 
Cobleigh, 161. 
Coburn, 43 s. 
Coburn, Prince of, 131. 
Cochran, 184, 319. 
Cod, Cape, 567. 
Coddington, 345. 
Coe, 27s, 382. 
Coffin, 92, 97, 166, 180, 212, 224, 

374, 431- 
Coffin, Lead, s66. 
Coffee House, Merchants, 304. 
Coffee House, New England, 

169. 
Coffee House, Philadelphia, loi. 
Coggeshall, 81, 90, 144, 153, 199, 

316, 320, 360, 386, 410, 429, 

434, 445- 



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INDEX 



Cahawla, Ala., 516. 

Cohasset, Mass., 208, 468. 

Colburn, 373. 

Colby, 27, 74, 106, 186, 317, 471. 

Colchester, Ct., 543. 

Colchester, Md., 100, 145. 

Coldrain, 36. 

Cole, 65, 128, 132, 167, 173, 187, 
224, 232, 247, 249, 259, 266, 
276, 296, 302, 3c6, 307, 322, 
32S> 347. 360, 395, 4o8, 424. 
427. 437, 444, 452, 463, 472, 
623. 

Colebrook, Ct., 124, 292, 544. 

Coleman, 33, 36, 138, 252. 

Coles, 100. 

Collamore, 40. 

Collector of Customs, Deputy, 
265, 401. 

College, Alleghany, 196. 

College, Amherst, 64, 235, 495. 

College, Andover, 207, 298. 

College, Bowdoin, 419, 530. 

College, Columbia, 172, 362, 389, 

493- 
College, Columbian, 161. 
College, Dartmouth, 487, 616. 
College, Divinity, 555. 
College, Hamilton, 545. 
College, Middlebury, 370, 417, 

566. 
College, St. Mary's, 591. 
College, Surgeons, 510. 
College, South Carolina, 581. 
College, Union, 212, 259. 
College, Waterville, Me., 584. 
College, William and Mary, 588. 
College, Williams, 255. 
College, Yale, 326, 414. 
Collins, 24, 91, 124, 126, 154, 

174, 175, 200, 215, 224, 239, 

265, 294, 319, 324, 336, 386, 

409, 422, 444. 
Collyer, 163, 380. 
Colman, 186, 485. 
Colonial Agent, Acting, 523. 
Colthier, 356. 
Columbia College, 149, 172, 362, 

389, 493- 
Columbia, Ct., 301, 309. 



Columbia Co., Ga,, 58. 
Columbia Co., O., 341, 367. 
Columbia, Penn., 322. 
Columbia, Ship, 549. 
Columbia, S. America, 130. 
Columbia, S. C, 74, 172, 364, 

499, 581. 
Columbian College, 161. 
Columbian Phenix, 456. 
Columbian Reporter, 350, 442- 
Columbian Star, 331, 370. 
Columbus, N. Y., 445. 
Columbus, O., 534; 578. 
Colvm, 82. 
Colwell, 31, 53,489. 
Comedian, 494, 605. 
Comeron, 432. 
Commandant, 49. 
Commander, 366, 415. 
Commander, Master, 100, 243, 

293- 
Commander, Nautical, 505, 513, 

565, 575, 580. 
Commander U. S. Navy, 176. 
Commercial Register, 566. 
Commercial News Room, 557. 
Commissary, 5-92. 
Commissary General, 610. 
Commissioner, 443. 
Committee of Safety, 578. 
Commodore, 414, 426. 
Common, Boston, 624. 
Common Pleas, Court of, 533, 

565, 568, 601. 
Commonwealth Advocate, 351. 
Community, Ursuleme, 530. 
Comptroller, 116,159. 
Comsett, 51. ■•• 
ComStock, 38, 58, 91, 156, 211, 

232, 307, 335. 351, 398. 449- 
Conanicut, 554. 
Conant, 122. 
Conard, 427. 
Concord, Mass., 45, 107, 143, 

160, 181, 281, 620. 
Cdncord, N. H., 54; 109, 142, 

189, 333. 384. 394. 41-S. 420, 

503, 622, 638. 
Condy, 71, 276. 
Cone, 76. ' '" 



INDEX 



XXVII 



Confectioner, 571. 

Congdon, 72, 75, 120, 138, 170, 
231. 237, 259, 263, 272, 276, 
355, 385. 403. 442, 46t, 469, 
473. 492- 

Congregational Church, 1 13, 419, 

573- 

Congregational Church, Benefi- 
cent, Providence, 88. 

Congregational Church, Beverly, 
Mass., 503. 

Congregational Church, Bristol, 
231, 278. 

Congregational Church, Hollis- 
ton, Mass., 82, 454. 

Congregational Church, First, 
Killingly, 80, 467. 

Congregational Church, Second, 
Newport, 423. 

Congregational Church, First, 
New York, 434, 439. 

Congregational Church, Paw- 
tucket, 275. 

Congregational Church, Reho- 
both, 423, 490, 

Congregational Church, Tiver- 
ton, 252. 

Congregational Church, First, 
Wrentham, 543. 

Congress, Member of, 31, 36, 
no, 152, 232, 254, 268, 270, 
318, 321, 324, 371,417, 448, 
545, 495, 535, 555, 557, 577, 
578, 586, 591, 596,600, 608, 
629. 

Congress, Member of Provincial, 
568. 

Congress, Representative in, 586, 

633- 
Congress, Senator in, 508. 
Congress, U. S. Ship, 505. 
Conmgone, 424. 
Conkwright, 288. 
Conley, 211. 
Connecticut, 57, 199, 271, 316, 

352, 400, 427, 518, 530, 545, 

557, 577, 579, 583, 587, 588, 

603, 612, 618. 
Connecticut Mirror, 604. 
Conner, 118. 



Connett, 390. 
Connon, 624. 
Constable, 518, 602. 
Constellation, U. S. Ship, 68, 

610. 
Constitution, National, 617. 
Constitution, State Convention, 

629. 
Constitution, U. S. Ship, 366, 

415. 503, 539, 560, 569, 607, 

613, 639. 
Consul, 422. 
Consul, American, 314, 350, 522, 

593, 602, 618, 625. 
Consul, British, 157, 366, 378, 

482, 555. 
Consul, France, 302. 
Consul Genera), 238, 302, 309. 
Consul, Spanish, 530. 
Consul, United States, 58, 59, 

373, 429, 436, 496, 575, 583. 
Contraband Goods, 612. 
Convent, 5i5- 
Convention, French, 521. 
Convention, Massachusetts, 617. 
Convention, Member of, 533. 
Convention, State Constitutional, 

629. 
Convention, Virginia, 566. 
Converse, 177, 242, 329, 467. 
Conway, Mass., 57, 295, 305, 

391, 462. 
Conyers, 38, 117, 207, 263, 370, 

450. 
Cooke, 22, 49, 60, 62, 6t, 74, 75, 

n, 85,93,97, 109, 114, "8, 
125, 126, 166, 171, 189, 190, 
194, 249, 272, 275, 300, 320, 
328, 344, 351,363, 380, 392, 
401,405, 433, 436, 437, 441, 

445, 517, 585, 596. 
Cooley, 439. 

Coolidge, 144, 223, 240, 270. 
Coomer, 40, I73- 
Coons, 175. 
Cooper, 204, 207, 242, 273, 292, 

340, 368, 444. 489- 
Copeland, 58, 304. 
Corbett, 463. 
Corbin, 47, 424, 427. 



XXVIII 



INDEX 



Cordiss, 89. 

Corey, 41. 42, 5°. 52, MS. 171. 

177, 250, 263, 284, 349, 38s, 

418, 444, 447, 493. 
Corino, Palace of, 497. 
Cork, Ire., 214, 373. 
Corliss, 277, 601. 
Cornell, 60, 63, 82, 85, 127, 136, 

165, 166, 176, 181, 236, 243, 

256, 271, 277, 306, 353, 375, 

386, 418, 451. 
Cornish, 316. 
Cornish, Me., 138. 
Cornwall, Ct., 211, 286. 
Cornwall, Eng., 96, 242. 
Cornwall, Vt., 31, 354. 
Coronation, King's, 282, 297. 
Coroner, 581. 
Corps, U. S. Engineer, 116, 157, 

232, 409, 464. 
Corps, U. S. Marine, 47, 49, 137, 

341, 362, 523, 594. 
Cosmopolite, Sloop, 573. 
Cossack, 141. 
Coster, 68. 
Costine, 315. 
Cotaline, 420. 
Cotesby, 100. 

Cotton, 62, 2X0, 222, 247, 384. 
Cottrell, 47, 278, 303, 419, 484. 
Coulter, 59. 
Council, Governor's, 560, 578, 

629. 
Council, Privy, 553. 
Council, Town, 533, 601. 
Councillor at Law, 252. 
County Judge, 554, 629. 
County Court, 512. 
County Register, 568. 
Court, Chancery, 366, 389. 
Court, Clerk of, 611, 634. 
Court Common Pleas, 533, 565, 

568, 601. 
Court, County, 512. 
County Court, Judge, 637. 
Court, Justice of, 611. 
Court, County, Judge, 637. 
Court, Superior, 254. 
Court, Supreme Judicial, Bris- 
tol County, 593. 



Court, Supreme, 536. 

Court, U. S. District, 640. 

Court, Vienna, 366, 389. 

Court. Worcester County, 582. 

Courtlandt, N. Y., 151. 

Coutts, 302. 

Cove, 365. 

Covel, 192, 205, 238, 467. 

Covley, 181. 

Coventry, Ct., 17 f, 210, 440, 
464. 

Coventry, R. I., 28, 35, 37, 41, 
42, 64, 79, 80, 82, 89, 97. 98, 
102, 105, no, 115, 118, 128, 
132, 138, 150, 153, 154. 170, 
171, 177, 185, 200, 202, 206, 
207, 208, 211, 213, 220, 226, 
229, 233, 235, 236, 239, 2SS. 
258, 260, 261, 272, 274, 276, 
277, 278, 281, 286, 291, 310, 
321, 329, 333, 338, 340, 343, 
352, 353, 358, 36s, 370. 375. 
376. 379, 384. 387. 391. 405. 
423, 427,431. 433. 438, 440, 
441, 443.444, 449, 45 L 466, 
472, 473, 488, 492, 498, 499, 
524, 526, 529, 530,536, 539, 
549. 573. 595. 596, 608, 609, 
611, 633. 

Cow Neck, L. I., 263, 292. 

Cowden, 2(1. 

Co well, 71, 426, 446. 

Cowley, 21 r. 

Cowling, 482. 

Cox, 21, 104, 210, 287, 468. 

Coy, 106, 232. 

Cozzens, i66, 294, 374, 407, 454. 

Crafts, 62. 

Craggin, 381, 482. 

Craig, 240. 

Cramp, 566. 

Crandall, 73, 109, 190, 264, 311, 
401, 504. 

Crane, 56, 58, no, in, 165, 266, 
279. 

Cranston, 44, 72, 125, 355, 393, 
482, 299. 

Cranston, R. I., 32, 33. 34, 35, 
36, 43, 50, 52, 59, 69, 70, 72, 
74, 92, 94, 95, 97, 99, 102, 



INDEX 



XXIX 



Cranston, R. I., — Continued. 
io6, 107, 109, III, 112, 115, 
116, 120, 124, 132, 138, 153, 
154, 158,160, 162, 165, 168, 
169, 170, 171, 193, 198, 207, 
215, 218,228, 230, 237, 239, 
241, 242,249, 251, 256, 257, 
258, 259,260, 26 r, 262, 266, 
269, 272, 274, 276, 277, 279, 
280, 297,306, 312, 318, 319, 
322, 332, 334, 335, 336, 338, 

343. 347. 349- 3S6, 357, 363. 
368, 369, 376, 377, 383, 385, 
392, 397,409. 420, 421, 425, 
438, 439, 440, 441. 443, 444, 
446, 452, 463, 478, 480, 481, 
498,499.504, 506, Sii, 533, 
534, 536, 537, 538. 539, 543, 
545, 549, 558. 566, 567, 574, 
604,609,614,624, 632, 633, 

637- 

Crapon, 96, loi, 326. 

Craver, 406. 

Crawford, 468, 634. 

Crawford, Pa. , 4 1 1 . 

Craycraft, 143. 

Creek Agency, 55. 

Creek Nation, 178, 186. 

Creighton, 26, 179, 309. 

Cressey, 346. 

Criminal, 550. 

Crisp, 

Croade, 479. 

Crocker, 28, 26, 31, 32, 34, 37, 
43, 49, 50, 66, 67, 75, 78, 81, 
82, 90, 92, 99, too, loi, 112, 
113, 121, 122, 133, 138, 144, 
145, 152, i6r, 164, 165, 166, 
168, 175, 178, 183, 187, 188, 
189, 193,205,206, 209, 212, 
213,214,215,221, 224, 234, 
251, 253, 258, 262, 263, 282, 
283, 284, 285, 287, 292, 299, 
300, 312,313, 314, 316, 319, 

325, 336, 337, 344, 347, 356, 
360, 361, 364, 367, 372, 375, 

389. 390, 393, 394, 395, 396, 
404, 406, 407, 412, 419, 420, 
426, 435, 446, 475, 477, 482, 
483, 490, 494, 496, 577, 639. 



Croghan, 95. 

Crompton Mills, 388. 

Crosby, 73, 122, 224, 334. 

Cross, 26, 30, 51, 56, 264, 443. 

Crossbee, 88. 

Crossman, 21,61, 91, 135, 392. 

Crouch, 483. 

Crowell, 479. 

Crown and Anchor Inn, 67, 462. 

Crown Point, 576. 

Crowningshield, 309; 432. 

Cruff, 132. 

Crumb, 119. 

Cuba, W. I., 119, 200, 597. 

Cudworth. 41, 175, 343. 

Culver, 605. 

Cumberland Co., Ky., 611. 

Cumberland Co., Penn., 523. 

Cumberland, R. 1^30, 33, 38, 42, 
44, 49, 61, 64, 68, 70, 78, 84, 
91, 92, 93, 95, 96, 103, 107, 
108, 109, no, 114, 1 16, 117, 
128, 133, 134, 156, 166, 167, 
168, 170, 171, 182, 184, 185, 
190,205,208,210, 211, 217, 
218, 220, 227, 228, 233, 235, 
240, 244, 250, 255, 269, 270, 
272, 274, 275, 276, 277, 282, 
286, 292, 295, 300, 301, 303, 
308, 309.310, 316, 318, 319, 
320, 326, 334, 335, 336, 337, 
338, 339,343, 344, 347, 35 1, 
352, 353, 356, 357. 361, 362, 
363, 373, 376, 378, 381, 392, 
393. 394.398, 406, 411, 419, 
424, 425, 427, 428, 430, 433, 
436, 440, 444, 445, 446, 448, 
456, 458, 459, 460, 461, 471, 
472, 475,481, 485, 490, 491, 
499, 511,521, 526, 533, 536, 
537, 538, 549. 553, 559, 566, 
577, 586,609, 613, 614, 615, 
6i8, 619, 620, 622, 632. 

Cummington, Mass., 57. 

Cummings, 35, 114, 191, 218, 
287. 

Cunningham, 39, 70. 

Curracoa, W. I., 547. 

Currens, 254. 

Currier, 240, 367. 



XXX 



INDEX 



Currier, Boston, 477. 

Curtis, 34, 35, 61, 95, 104, 115, 
160, 247, 258, 259, 276, 279, 
280, 294, 296,319, 332, 335, 

337.338.354.358, 371, 389, 
403, 414,416, 420, 435, 438, 

479- 
Cushing, 89, 162, 191, 206, 231, 

247, 387, 429, 467, 474, 500. 
Cushman, 83, 182, 217, 376. 
Customs Dept., Collector of, 

265, 401. 
Cutein, in. 
Cuthbert, 10 1. 
Cuthean, 262. 
Cutler, 96, 103, 175, 245, 371, 

344, 461, 497. 
Cutter, 194, 415. 
Cutter, Revenue, 630. 
Cuttins, 356. 
Cutting, 181. 
Cutts, 90. 
Cuyler, 164. 
Cyane, U. S. Sloop of War, 509, 

579- 
Cynthia, Ship, 574. 



D 



Dabney, 102. 

Daggett, 27, 45, 56, 87, 94, 95, 
108, 130, 163, 217, 234, 271, 

336, 343. 361, 374, 427. 461, 

491,498, 580,612. 
Dailey, 321. 

Daily Advertiser, 22, 217. 
Dalcho, 224, 273. 
Dale, 345. 
Dallis, 179. 
Damascus, 512. 
Dameron Place, Miss., 54, 187. 
Dana, 37, ,63, no, 192, 202, 220, 

335.3^2,396,451. 
Danbury, Ct., 98, 560. 
Danby, Vt., 54, 223. 
Dane, 388, 492. 
Danforth, 19, 159, 285, 351, 423, 

481. 



Daniels, 48, 310, 362, 381, 471. 
Danish East Indies, Governor 

of, 6n. 
Danish Minister, 239, 338. 
Danish West Indies, Governor 

of, 575- 
Danvers, Mass., 264, 300, 407, 

474. S95- 

Danville, Ky., 351. 

Darby, 200. 

Darien, Ga., 36, 151, 223, 346, 
348,415, 565. 

Darling, 42, 76, 180, 215, 310, 
460, 472, 474, 494. 

Dartmouth, Mass., 46, 47, 73, 
136, 193, 202, 232, 249, .263, 
300. 305, 322, 339. 406, 415, 
437. 515. 518, 519. 556. 

Dartmouth College, 487, 616. 

Dartmouth University, 514. 

Dashiell, 369. 

Daunery, 302. 

Davenport, 28, 38, 96, 160, 162, 

173. 316, 356. 

Davidson, 352. 

Davis, 30, 36, 55. 62, 78, 91, 97, 
98, no, 121, 129, 132, 137, 
147, 149, 161, 164, 169, 186, 
197, 208, 222, 23s, 246, 247, 
275, 276, 278, 296, 301, 316, 
323, 336, 367, 373, 383, 384, 
408, 429, 433, 453, 457, 465, 
472, 503, 588, 626. 

Davol, 307, 437. 

Dawes, 120, 320. 

Dawless, 65. 

Dawley, 24, 116, 174, 258, 266, 
268, 383, 466. 

Day, 150, 204, 242, 256, 281, 403, 
416, 440, 458. 

Dayton, 102, 126. 

Dayton, O., 69. 

Deacon, 179, 188. 

Deacon (Title), 567, 568. 

Dean, 36, 40, 49, 61, 88, 124, 
130, 135, 149, 218, 220, 23s, 
258, 262, 287, 290, 295, 308, 
311. 330, 339,373, 3S8, 406, 
408, 424, 438, 461, 474, 481, 

Deans, 286. 



INDEX 



XXXI 



DeArbel, 8i. 

Dearborn, 107. 

Dearth, 388. 

De Arcy, 51. 

DefHaise, 215. 

Deblois, 239. 

De Breson, 395. 

Debt, Jail for, 561. 

Decamp, Marshall, 575. 

De Castellane, 219. 

Decatur, 561. 

Decoy, U. S. Ship, 5x2. 

Dedham, Mass., 42, 63, yj, 119, 
156, 157, 182, 208, 211, 224, 
248, 281, 313, 330, 346, 356, 
410, 411, 420, 4.^3, 486, 488, 

495, S07. S2I, SSL 565, 587. 

588. 
Deckings, 47. 
Deer Island, 487, 614. 
Deerfield, Mass., 27, 144, 480, 

S72. 
Deerfield, N. H., 103, 264, 614. 
Defeat of Braddock, 58. 
De Forrest, 340. 
Deforest, 340. 
Degen, 418. 

Dehon, 236, 292, 298, 426, 4S4. 
Delano, 176, 40S. 
Delegates, Va., House of, S09. 
Delirium, S67. 
Dellester, 52. 
Dellingham, 448, 488. 
Delaware, s6, 67, 81, 20S, 427, 

S64. 
Delaware, Governor of, S64. 
Delaware, Grand Master of 

Grand Lodge, 610. 
Delaware, U. S. Senator from, 

128. 
Delaware, N. Y., 137, iSi, 191. 

246. 
Delaware River, S79. 
Demille, 298. 
Deming, 60, 242. 
Democrat, the, 266, 293. 
Denham, 322. 
Denise, 33s. 

Denison, 46, 56, 58, 426. 
Denmark, 213, 238, 309. 



Dennett, s68. 

Denneyville, Me., S92. 

Dennis, %y, 98, 124, 274, 280, 
343, 470, 488. 

Dennis, Mass., 210. 

Denny, 162. 

Department, Medical, 139, 287. 

Department of State, 499, 

Department, Treasury, s68. 

Deputy Collector of Customs, 
265, 401. 

Deputy Sheriff, 518. 

Deputy States General, 576. 

Derby, 410. 

Derry, Ire., 600. 

Desaunette, 186. 

Desha, 5S0. 

Detroit, Mich., 78, 114* 347, 409. 

Devatt, 288. 

De Veaux, 26 r. 

De Walewski, Tj. 

Dewey, 204, 2s 5. 

Dewhurst, 80. 

De Witt, 193. 

De Wolfe, 24, 64, 161, 180, 243, 
24S. 2S7, 293, 295, 34S, 373. 
423, 437. 490. 

Dexter, 34, 4S, 48, 50, S2, S4. 77, 
87. 90, 91, 92,133, 150, 163, 
195, 196, 197, 214, 223, 264, 
318,338, 353.399, 408, 430, 
459, 486, 490, 492, 537, 598. 

Diamond, Ship, 6n, 576. 

Di Borgo, 383. 

Dickens, 133, 202, 292, 423. 

Dickenson, 287, 369. 

Dickerman, 25, 105. 

Dickerson, 80, 594. 

Diedamia, Schooner, 631. 

Dighton, Mass., 41, 42, 68, 100, 
loi, 107, 108, 121, 133, 154, 
174. 192, 208, 216, 244, 250, 
253, 262, 273, 27s, 278, 284, 
334. 359, 379, 382, 383, 394, 
400, 428, 430, 433, 434, 452, 
467, 477, 478, 479, 482, 491, 
492, 514,541, 542, 558, 568, 
582, 604, 608. 

Dike, 51, 265. ' 

Dillingham, 156. 



XXXII 



INDEX 



Dillon, 458. 

Diman, 198, 327, 428, 469. 

Dimmock, 165. 

Dinsmore, 179. 

Dinwiddie, 389. 

Diocese, Eastern, 344. 

Diplomat, Russian, 383. 

Directory, Executive, 561. 

Dirting, 600. 

Dismore, 254. 

District Attorney, U. S., 190, 

579- 
District Collector of La., U. S., 

426. 
District Court of La., 133. 
District Court, U. S., 640. 
District Court, U. S., for R. L, 558 
District, Eighth Militia, 562. 
District, Providence, 162. 
District, Quebec, 581. 
Divinity College, 555. 
Dix, 1 06, 495. 
Dixfield, 482. 
Dixon, 192. 
Doane, 243. 
Dockhard, 169. 
Dockray, 254. 
Dodd, 213. 

Dodge, 73, 94, 102, 196, 229. 
Dole, 245. 
Dolly, Brig, 597. 
Donaldson, 284. 
Donnell, 29r, 341. 
Doorkeeper, 519, 630. 
Dorchester, Mass., JT, 98, 123, 

284,289,315,392, 419, 425, 

427, S06. 
Dorr, 45, 231, 349, 361, 390. 
Dorsey, 250. 
Doud, 24. 
Douglass, loi, 119, 123, 199, 243, 

260, 278, 322. 
Douglass, Mass., 54, 95, 136, 192, 

291. 29s, 369, 392, 467. 476, 

482, 507, Sir, 545. 
Dover, N. H., 143, 543. 
Dow, 121, 122, 169, 191,411,443. 
Dowager, 104. 

Dowe, 314, 331, 389, 412, 467. 
Downer, 402. 



Downes, 59, 224, 552. 

Downie, 497. 

Downing, 1 16, 209. 

Doyle, 52, 55, loi, 262, 362. 

Doyleston, Penn., 266, 293. 

Dracut, Mass., 31, 113, 202, 422. 

Dragoons, U. S. Light, 599. 

Drake, 33, 540. 

Dramatist, 575. 

Draper, 53, 59, 61, 73, 162, 189, 
220, 233, 281, 321, 347. 

Draver, 136. 

Dresden, Me., 416. 

Dresser, 121, 255. 

Drever, 278. 

Drew, 300, 410. 

Drimdle, 345. 

Driscoll, 165. 

Drown, 108, 114, 119, 131, 145, 
186, 233, 273, 342, 346, 347, 
358, 464, 465. 

Drowned, 510, 511, 512, 513, 
515, 516, 518, 522, 528, 535, 
552, 557, 562, 563, 564, 565, 
566, 571, 572, 574, 575, 579, 
581,584,585,586, 587. 588, 
59i> 596, 599. 607, 608, 611, 
612, 614, 6x5, 618, 621, 623, 
625,626,631,635, 636, 638, 

639- 
Druggist, 628. 
Drummond, 314. 
Drury, 93, 263, 477. 
Drying Machine, 558. 
Drezeek, 216. 
Dublin, Ire., 188, 228, 418, 448, 

542, 593, 640. 
Duchy of Nassau, 503. 
Dudley, 54, 283. 
Dudley, Mass., 61, 134, 414, 416, 

427, 496. 
Duel, 506, 521, 563, 581, 586, 

589, 594. 599, 624, 629, 630, 

634, 640. 
Duff, 214. 
Duffy, 487. 

Duke of Kent, 108, 159. 
Duke of Leeds, 51. 
Duke of Wellington, 51. 
Dukes Co., O., 565. 



INDEX 



XXXIII 



Dumaresque, 242. 

Dummer Academy, 506. 

Dunbar, 118. 

Duncan, 70, 274. 

Dunham, 19, 36, 261, 355, 359, 

366, 388. 
Dunkin, 326. 
Dunlap, 81, 156. 
Dunn, 66, 158, 176, 248, 259, 

262, 302, 343, 386, 405. 
Dunstable, N. H., 113, 212. 
Dunton, 207. 
Dunwell, 434. 
Durtee, 36, 103, 140, 200, 446, 

466, 574. 
Durich, 285. 
Durkin, 177. 
Dutchess Co., N. Y., 531, 555, 

625. 
Dutch Jew, 589. 
Dutch Reformed Church, 565. 
Dutton, 324. 
Duxbury, Mass., 191, 249, 549, 

466, 462, 601. 
Dwyer, 68. 

Dwight, 71, 128, 136, 274, 484. 
Dyer, 85, 89, 136, 148, 158, 241, 
247. 257. 323. 338, 3S0, 362, 
387. 399. 42s, 438, 442, 443. 
471. 
Dyer Co., Tenn ,575. 



Eager, .47, 203, 467. 

Eagle, The American, 19. 

Eagle, The, 239. 

Eagle Bank, Bristol, 196, 198. 

Eagle Bank, Nev.^ Haven, 20 r, 

295. 
Earle, 21, 80, 108, in, 126, 143. 

193, 232, 328, 348, 365, 373, 

404, 415, 422,443. 452, 461. 

480. 
Earl Ilchester, 505. 
Early, 324. 
Eason, 81. 



East Bloomfield, N. Y., 217. 

East Bridgewater, Mass., 62, 74, 
79, 105, 287, 289, 293, 305, 
323. 350, 395. 412, 426, 475- 

East Florida, 579, 628, 629. 

East Greenwich, R. I., 24, 25, 
32,61,62,72,78,96,97, 98, 
99, loi, 112, 118, 120, 160, 
172, 183, i8s, 186, 189, 192, 
208, 209, 214, 220, 223, 231, 
239,251, 254, 257. 279. 302, 
3>6, 3S3, 354.360, 380, 386, 
388, 397. 399. 402, 405, 409, 
416, 418,442, 444, 447, 448, 
457, 464, 465, 467, 468, 472, 
482, 515, 523, 524, 529. 532, 
533, 535. 536, 537. 538. 539, 
547. 575. 595. 596. 600, 609, 
615, 621,632, 635. 

East Haddam, Ct., 570. 

Eastham, Mass., 116, 136, 223, 

346, 431- 

East Hampton, Ct., 178. 

East Hartford, Ct., 449. 

East Haven, Ct., 153, 343. 

East Lothian, Scot., 634. 

liaston, Md., 108, 320, 346, 630. 

Easton, Mass., 106, in. 

Easton, N. Y., 504. 

Easton, Penn., 554. 

Eastport, Me., 44, 131, 566. 

East River, N. Y., 552. 

East Sudbury, Mass., 469. 

East Salem, Mass., Church, 575. 

East Windsor, Ct., 68, 145, 162, 
176, 288, 415. 

Eastern Argus, 265, 344, 407. 

Eastern Diocese, 344. 

Eastern District of Pennsylva- 
nia, 427. 

Eastern District of Virginia, 44, 
294. 

Easterbrooks, 109, 133, 146, 305, 

4I3- 
Eastman, 190, 503. 
Easton, 65, 76, 148, 203, 204, 

205, 254, 283, 302, 495. 
Eathforth, 307. 
Eaton, 37, 107, 131, 159, 227, 

339. 361, 393. 405, 441. 491- 



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XXXIV 



INDEX 



Eddy, 24, 37, 44. 45. 66, 77, 89, 
103, 114, 116, 124, 126, 131, 
135, 146, 147, i59> 160, 172, 
173, 184, 194, 201, 202, 217, 
229, 230, 236, 238, 249, 253, 
277, 286, 287, 303, 304. 31 '. 
313-316, 318,323.327, 332, 
333.334. 343. 346. 355. 361. 
367. 375. 378, 379.401. 403, 
408, 417, 433. 443. 444, 445, 
451,455, 463, 470, 485- 

Edee, Me., 175. 

Edinburgh, Scot., 96, 141,310, 

509, 523- 

Edinburgh Review, 90, 474. 

Edinburgh University, 616, 

Edenton, N. C, 438, 586. 

Edes, 21, 22, 23, 26, 28, 31, 32, 
34. 37. 39. 42. 43. 45. 48, SO. 
52, 58, 59. 60, 63, 65, 68, 70, 
71. 72. 73. 74. 75. 83. 84, 85, 
87. 88, 93, 94, 95, 96, 98, 99, 
100, 105, 106, 117, 121, 126, 
131, 140, 143, 148, 152, 153, 
156, 160, 162, 165, 166, 167, 
168, 174, 180, 182, 184, 187, 
191, 192, 194, 195, 196, 198, 
204, 209, 214, 216, 217, 218, 
220, 221, 226, 228, 231, 232, 
233,238, 240, 249, 251, 252, 
256, 260, 262, 269, 271, 272, 
282, 286, 293, 294, 297, 299, 
3or, 305, 310, 314 317, 318, 
320, 321, 322, 327, 330, 331, 

335. 338, 343. 344. 347. 349, 
356. 358, 360, 364, 368, 372, 
380, 382, 387, 397, 402, 405, 
406, 408, 412, 414, 418, 419, 
421, 423, 424, 426, 427, 429, 
430. 434. 442. 443. 445. 446, 
447. 448. 45'. 455.456, 459, 
461, 464, 465. 466, 470, 474, 
475, 476, 478, 482, 483, 489, 
491, 494. 497. 616. 

Edgar, 200, 365. 

Edgartown, Mass , 95, 134, 177, 
212, 366, 400, 461, 495, 638. 

Edgecomb, 185, 190. 

Edgeworth, 486. 

Edgeworthian, Ire., 486. 



Editor, 19, 21, 22, 26, 32, 49, 
52, 54, 62, 64, 71, 73. 84, 
86, 87, 90, 92, 120, 128, 133, 
137. 150, IS'. 156. 157, 168, 
.175, 176, 179, 180, 189, 190, 
191, 204, 209, 211, 212, 217, 
226, 234, 239, 242, 246, 247, 
256, 265, 266, 268, 276, 289, 
293. 294. 309. 3' o, 328, 340, 
344,349, 351, 359. 370, 379. 
393. 395, 407, 412, 424. 426, 
430, 436, 446, 456, 474, 477. 
495, 506, 509. 517. 523. 550, 
553, 566, 569. 581, 602, 604, 
606, 612, 624, 630, 631. 

Edson, 225. 

Edwards, 39, 113, 294, 330, 414. 

Edwina, Brig, 625. 

Edy, 581. 

Egglestone, 419. 

Eickstadt, Ger., 102,218. 

Erickstadt, Prince of, 569. 

Eighforth, 307. 

Eighth Militia District, 562. 

Eighth U. S. Infantry, 624. 

Elder Slade's Church, 520. 

Elderkin, 255, 332. 

Eldred,354, 388, 405. 

Eldredge, 107, 141, 225, 273, 
308, 340, 491. 

Elephant, 562. 

Elgina, Greece, 150. 

Elizabeth City, N. C, 32, 163, 
189, 359. 

Elizabeth, N. J., 304. 

Elizabethtown Gazette, N. J., 

307- 
Elkins, 272. 
Ellen, 313. 

EUery, 31. 94, 255.403- 

Elliot, 119, 141, 2X1, 282, 399, 

402. 
Ellis, 103, 107, 193.334.344,406, 

437, 454. 455. 457, 482, 485, 

488, 495. 
Ellsbree, 274, 305. 
Ellsworth, 432. 

Ellsworth, Me., 58, 349, 491, 506. 
Elton, 158, 162, 203, 216, 425, 

445. 623. 



INDEX 



XXXV 



Elwin, 293. 

Ely, 390. 

Embassy, American, 245. 

Emerson, 224, 415. 

Emes, 418. 

Emmons, 82, 131, 176, 423. 

Emperor of Prussia, 580. 

Emperor of Russia, 229. 

Empress Josephine, 424. 

Endicott, 229. 

Ennis, 221, 464. 

Enfield, Ct., 99, 164, 287, 498, 
541,653. 

Engineer, 562. 

Engineer, U. S., 59, 141. 

Engineer, U. S. Department, 504, 

Engineer, U. S. Civil, 378. 

Engineer, U. S. Corps of, 116, 
157, 232, 409, 464. 

England, 29, 64, 67, 107, iij, 
128, 129, 141, 201, 203, 210, 
2£6, 227, 254, 25s. 282, 304, 
324, 360, 417, 446, 462, 472, 
495,498, 509, 5«i. 513, 523, 
53'. 542,548, 551. 552, 554, 
568, 569, 572, 577. 583. 586, 
587,589, 603, 611, 624, 625, 
632, 633, 640. 

English, 625. 

Englishman, 618. 

English Keyes, 532. 

English Throne, 131, 586. 

Engraver, 563. 

Engraver on Wood, 577. 

Enquirer, the N. Y., 87, 209. 

Ensign, 560. 

Enterprize, Schooner, 584. 

Enterprize, U. S. Ship, 576. 

Entwistle, 166, 

Episcopal Church, 215, 267, 304. 

Episcopal Seminary, 624. 

Episcopal Church of Virginia, 
600. 

Eppes, 90, 369. 

Epping, N. H., 254. 

Eppinger, 398 

Epsom, Mass., 577. 

Erie, Battle of Lake, 519. 

Erie, Fort, 543. 



Erie Lake, 566. 

Erie, Penn., 519. 

Ernest, 175. 

Erpell, 131. 

Erwing, 9r. 

Eschenburg, 292. 

Esdell, 353. 

Esleeck, 302. 

Espriet, Church der, 424, 

Essex, 40, 343, 406. 

Essex Co., Mass., 563. 

Essex, Mass., 266, 487. 

Estes, 118. 

Estremadura, 509. 

Etchell, 384. ■ 

Etna, Steamer, 566. 

Ettrich, Shepard, 59, 248. 

Europe, 522. 

Eustis, 86, 356, 482. 

Evans, 80, 127, 184, 219, 221, 

389. 397- 

Evening Bulletin, 62, 71. 

Evening Gazette, 631. 

Evening Po.st, 633. 

Everest, 452. 

Everett, 22, 46, 55, 72, 150, 213, 
229, 243, 250, 306, 347, 406. 

Ewell, 113. 

Ewers, 223, 398, 493. 

Ewinger, 127. 

Exchange Bank, Smithfield, 489. 

Executed, 512, 519, 531, 542, 
544, 551. 552, 555, 563. 569, 
570, 571, 600, 601, 632. 

Executive Directory, 561. 

Ex-Empress, 159, 160. 

Exeter, Ct., 144,426,463. 

Exeter, N. H., 27, 141, 503. 

Exeter, N. Y., 516, 570. 

Exeter, R. I„ 24, 25, 73, 94, 109, 
123, 125, 126, 202, 237, 240, 
242, 248, 249, 264, 271, 276, 
278, 279, 32T,354, 401, 405, 
410, 447, 449, 470, 518, 554, 

575, 590. 
Expedition, Scientific, 552. 
Expedition, Sullivan's, 592. 
Explosion, 544, 558, 566, 572, 

576, 578. 598, 640. 



XXXVI 



INDEX 



Factory, 570. 

Fairbanks, 45, 285, 337, 377, 485. 

Fairbanks Mill, 61 r. 

Fairbrother, 142. 

Fairfax Co., Va., 137. 

Fairfield Co., Ct., 634. 

Fairfield, Mass., 144, 177. 

Fairfield, N. Y., 360, 481, 606. 

Fairhaven, Mass., 29, 94, 132, 
245, 259, 28s, 287, 323, 324, 
341, 368, 378, 380, 413, 458, 

473. 491. 545.. 

Fairman, 36, 285. 

Fales, 58, 200, 222, 224, 234, 25s, 
28s, 329. 390, 4>6, 450, 4S5, 
487. 

Fall River, Mass., 25, 27, 42, 44, 
47, 55, 71, 83, 94- '05, 106. 
121, 126, 131, 132, 136, 137, 
139, 147, ISO, 151, 155, 16s, 
172, 185, 198, 200, 208, 223, 
235, 241, 246, 249, 253, 260, 
272, 27s, 279, 285, 291, 300, 
303. 323, 328, 330. 331, 344. 
35'. 376.383. 384. 39', 398, 
400, 401, 417, 437, 448, 453, 

471, 474,482, 49'. 492, 493, 
496, 566, 58s, 590, 59 1. 596, 
60s, 606. 

Falling Tree, 611. 

F"alls, Battle of the, S3i. 

Falls of the Ohio, 562. 

Falmouth, Mass., loi, 324. 

Fame, S49, 602. 

Fanning, 214, 493. 

Fargo, 265. 

Farland, 188. 

Farley, 25, 35. 43, 80, 93, loi, 
108, 126, 260, 263, 281, 326, 
365. 376. 412, 413, 445, 447. 
489. 

Farmer, 374. 

Farmers, 561. 

Farmer's Hoy, 586. 

Farmer's & Manufacturer's Jour- 
nal, 184. 

Farmer's Gazette, 266, 293. 

Farmington, Mass., 414. 



Farnell, 365. 

Farnsworth, 287, 435. 

Farnum, 136, 142, 170, 184, 194, 

202, 220, 281, 384, 388, 446, 

451, 460, S03. 
Farquhar, 378. 
Farrar, 120, 296. 
Farrier, 46, 327. 
Farrington, 182. 
Farrington, Penn., 75, 431. 
Farris, 152. 
Faumier Co., Va., 582. 
Faulkner, 240. 
Favorite, Schooner, 596. 
Faxon, 375. 
Fay, 38, 345, 418. 
Fayette Co., Pa., 27. 
Fayetteville, N.C., 153, 196,246, 

372. 
Fearing, 51, 162, 324. 
Federal sburgh, Md., 433, 497. 
Fell, 204. 
Fellows, 119. 
Felton, 63. 

Female Preacher, 285. 
Fenley, 176. 
Fenner, 34, 49, 57, 107, 125, 153, 

154, 162, 174,236, 246, 257, 

260,333, 341. 358, 392, 407 

440, 462, 507. 
Fenno, 296, 353. 
Ferguson, 59, 84, 164, 172, 241, 

341,342,485- 

Ferns Court, Ire., 593. 

Ferren, 255. 

Ferris, 330. 

F"erry Boat, 565. 

Ferryman, 554. 

Fessenden, 299, 475. 

Fever, 562, 574, 578, 586, 588, 
594, 598, 601, 611, 612, 625. 

Fever, African, 523. 

Field, 31,54,86, 89,95, 129, 153. 
165, 184, 210, 237, 246, 258, 
264, 344, 347, 349, 364, 379, 
380,400, 419, 427, 431, 432, 

435,438,470. 
Fields, 135. 

Field's Point, 633, 637. 
Fifeshire, Scot., 96, 310. 



INDEX 



XXXVII 



Fifield, 115, i27< 

Fifteenth Hussars, 96, 310. 

Fillmore, 347. 

Finch, 291. 

Findley, 325. 

Finn, 261. 

Firefly, U. S. Schooner, 506. 

Fireman, 558. 

First Baptist Church, 621. 

First Baptist Church, Boston, 

394. 487- 
First Congregational Church, 

Killingly, 80, 467. 
First Congregational Church, 

Newport, 365. 
First Congregational Church, 

New York, 434, 439. 
First Congregational Church. 

Providence, 56, 174. 
First Congregational Church, 

Wrentham, 543. 
First Church, Boston, 503. 
First Officer, 545, 579. 
Fish, 155, 189, 200, 274, 400, 486. 
Fisher, 124, 137, 161, 172, 214, 

259, 263, 272, 277, 324, 351, 

374, 449, 465. 485. 497- 

Fisherfield, 550. 

Fishing, 63 r. . 

Fishkill, N. Y, 548. 

Fiske, 33, 43, 49, 59, 91. 109, 126, 
128, 142, 154, 161, 182, 188, 
204, 211, 233, 234, 240, 255, 
272, 287, 317, 318,349. 386, 
398, 405, 416, 425, 426, 441, 
463, 467, 478, 497. 

Fitchburgh, Mass., 39, 252, 350, 
476. 

Fitts, 461. 

Fitz,93. 

Five Isles, 593. 

Flagg, 87, 157, 370. 427- 

Flahety, 385. 

Flanders, 128, 462. 

Flanders, Europe, 515. 

Flash, Sloop, 505. 

Flatbush, L. I., 520. 

Fleetwood, 223. 

Fleming, 183, 296. 

Fletcher, 256, 293, 370, 494. 



Florence, Ala,, 351. 

Forence, Italy, 265, 563. 

Florida, 201, 572. 

Florida, Legislative Council, 612. 

Flushing, L. I., 265, 409, 628. 

Fogg, 268, 300. 

Folger, 264. 

Follensbee, 364. 

Follett, 119, 170, 250, 270. 

Folsom, 118, 178. 

Forbes, 23, 134, 220. 

Forces, British, 303. 

Ford, 303, 411, 481. 

Foretop, 573. 

Foreigner, 535. 

Foreyard, 596. 

Forgery, 601. 

Forks, 180. 

Forman, 69. 

Forrestall, 382. 

Fort Adams, 638. 

Fort Bowyer, 624. 

Fort Erie, 543. 

Fort Hawkins, Ga., 417. 

Fort Jackson, 577. 

Fort McHenry, 531. 

Fort Mitchell, 178, 186. 

Fort Niagara, 117, 516. 

Fort Wayne, 625. 

Forth, 78. 

Fortress Macinac, Mich., 613. 

Fosdick, 202, 399. 

Foss, 331. 

Foste, 300. 

Foster, 24, 125, 139, 170, 212, 
243, 252, 327, 366, 387, 395, 
416, 445, 458, 487, 489. 

Foster, R. I., 29, 32, 34, 36, 60, 
65, 68, loi, 131, 133, 177, 
222,225, 247, 248, 251, 255, 
247, 248, 251, 255, 257, 259, 
26t, 283, 333, 336, 376, 386, 
407, 409, 431, 444, 448, 449, 
459, 481, 483, 510, 522, 543, 
574, 606, 617, 618, 619, 621, 
632. 

Four Mile Creek, Va., 294, 315. 

Fourth Regt. Va. Militia, 552. 

Fourth U. S. Infantry, 78, 347, 
629. 



XXXVIII 



INDEX 



Fowle, 335, 448. 

Fowler, 55, 105, 140, 162, 165, 

190, 246, 251, 270, 313, 328, 

376, 458, 492. 
Fowling Piece, 576. 
Fox, 257, 261, 375, 379. 
Foxboro, Mass., 157, 192, 391, 

485. S7I. 579. S82. 
Framingham, Mass., 42, 113, 

152, 183, 192, 224, 281, 361, 

458, 460, 628. 
France, 77, 81, 177, 201, 219, 302, 

395, 424, 509, 521, 557. 571. 

621. 
France, Consul of, 302. 
France, Convention of, 521. 
France Isle de, 625. 
France, Minister of, 218. 
Francis, 35, 36, 38, 128, 221, 268, 

351- 
F" rancour, 308. 
Frankfort, Ger. 189, 4ri. 
Frankfort, Ky., 569. 
Franklin, 29, 43, 222, 331, 344, 

357, 366, 485. 
Franklin, Ct., 37, 242, 252, 338, 

449- 

Franklin, Mass., 43, 44, 60, 63, 
68, 69, 82, 132, 156, 182, 185, 
203, 255, 285, 308, 309, 310, 
331, 340, 425,441. 465, 583- 

Franklin, Mo., 552. 

Franklin, Schooner, 566. 

Frederick Co., Md., 221, 575. 

Frederick Co., Va., 414, 

Fredericksburgh, Va,, 201. 

Frederickstown, N. B., 581. 

Freebody, 197, 248, 332, 365, 

395- 
Freeborn, 118, 126, 175, 238, 405, 

447- 
Freeman, 30, 47, 69, 70, 150, 184, 

274. 299. 303, 333. 337- 359. 

446, 461, 466. 
Freeport, Mass., 604. 
Free Post, 374. 
Free Press, Boston, 476. 
Freetown, Mass., 41, 42, 105, 

207, 221, 222, 231, 249, 256, 

333. 438, 444, 453. 488, 540, 
596, 629. 



Free Will Baptist Minister, 611. 

French, 32, 70, '77, 79, 97, 142, 
172, 282, 336, 371, 448, 458. 

French (people), 424.. 

French Church du St. Esprit, 
N. Y., 28. 

French Institute, 587. 

French Literature, 402. 

French Painter, 593. 

French River, 578, 610. 

French Sculptor, 587. 

French War, 511, 512, 576, 635. 

Freshman's Class, 531, 565. 

Friends' Meeting, 449. 

Friends' Meeting House, Balti- 
more, 238. 

Friends' Meeting House, Cow 
Neck, L. I, 265, 292. 

Friends' Meeting House, Crans- 
ton, 94. 

Friends' Meeting House, Fall 
River, 291, 491, 492. 

Friends' Meeting House, Hop- 
kinton, 470. 

Friends' Meeting House, Nan- 
tucket, 80, 187, 236, 374. 

Friends' Meeting House, New 
Bedford, 72, 218, 292, 297, 

299. 342, 397- 

Friends' Meeting House, New- 
port, 124, 172, 194, 351. 

Friends' Meeting House, New 
York, 193. 

Friends' Meeting House, Pem- 
broke, 47, 140. 

Friends' Meeting House, Ports- 
mouth, 42, 124, 125, 126, 
'93- 259, 323, 426, 488. 

Friends' Meeting House, Provi- 
dence, 21. 72, 73, 87, 94, 
291,422,454. 

Friends' Meeting House, Salem, 

325- 

Friends' Meeting House, Sand- 
wich, 298, 487. 

Friends' Meeting House, Smith 
field, 535, 427. 

Friends' Meeting House, Som- 
erset, 187, 325. 

Friends' Meeting House, South 
Kingstown, 291. 



INDEX 



XXXIX 



Friends' Meeting House, Taun- 
ton, 136, 331. 
Friend ?/Iinister, 541, 543, 614, 

61S. 
Friends, Society of, 520, 528, 529, 

533, 534. 535, 542, 543. 554> 
555, 557. 595. 596. 597. 599, 
60s, 606, 615, 617, 618, 619, 
620, 623, 627, 628, 631. 

Frieze, 33, 116, 330, 334, 483. 

Frigate Acosta, 601. 

Frigate Constitution, U. S., 366, 
415. 539. 607, 613. 

Frigate President, U. S., 159, 

204, 573- 
Frink, 22, 57. 
Frisbie, 213. 
Frisby, 438. 
Frissell, 218. 
Frizzell, 468. 
Froling, 326. 
Frontier, Niagara, 543. 
Frost, 84, 337. 

Frothingham, 178, 222, 334, 372. 
Fruit and Vegetable Wagon, 591. 
Fruit Hill, R. I., 216. 
Fry, 116, 239, 279. 
Fuller, 30, 34, 68, 85, 90, 102, 

211, 221, 240, 251, 301, 357, 

410, 429. 
Fulton House, N. Y., 87. 
Fulton Market, 314. 
Fulton, Steamer, 242, 638. 
Furman, 71. 



Gage, 92, 98, 117, 151, 374- 

Gaines, 453. 

Gale, 25, 42, 119, 170, 324, 355, 
405, 447, 472, 473. 

Gallagher, 328, 350. 

Gallatin, 365. 

Gammell, 67, 74, 103, 126, 155. 
158, 189, 219, 237, 323, 327, 
329.349.351,355,389, 39'- 

Gammon, 49. 

Ganbia River, 594. 



Ganges, Brig, 574. 

Gannett, 157, 158, 220, 298, 435. 

Gano, 22, 23, 24, 25, 28, 31, 32, 
33, 38. 39, 40, 4'. 43, 44, 45, 
46, 48, 49, 50, S3. 58, 59. 61, 
63, 65, 66, 6t, 68, 69, TI-, 73, 
74, 76, 78, 79, 81, 82, 85, 86, 
87. 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 95,96, 
99, 100, 104, 105, 106, 107, 
116, 120, 122, 123, 124, 125, 
128, 132, 136, 138, 141, 142, 
143, 144, 145, r49, 150, 152, 
153, 154, 157, 158. 160, 162, 
163, 164, 166, 167, 172, 173, 
177, 181, 183, 184, 188, 196, 
198, 199, 202, 203, 204, 205, 
206,207, 213, 214, 2r5, 2i6, 
217, 220, 23 r, 232, 233, 234, 
236, 239, 244, 246, 247, 249, 
250, 251, 252, 253, 258, 259, 
261, 264, 266, 267, 268, 269, 
275, 277, 278, 279, 287, 289, 
292, 293, 294, 295, 30 r, 302, 
304, 310, 311, 315, 316, 317, 
318, 319, 320, 321, 323, 326, 
327. 334. 335, 336. 337. 338, 
340, 342, 343, 349,351. 353, 
354. 355. 356, 357. 360, 362, 
363. 367. 375, 376, 379. 381, 
382, 383, 388, 389, 391, 393, 

395. 397, 398. 399, 40i, 404, 
405, 406,409, 410, 412, 413, 
415, 419, 423, 426, 427, 428, 
430, 431,435, 437. 440, 444, 
449, 450, 451, 453. 454. 455, 
459, 462, 46s, 466, 469, 470, 
471, 472. 473. 476, 477, 480, 
488, 489, 490, 491, 496, 498. 

Garcia, 153. 

Garden, 48. 

Gardiner, 39, 61, 68, 80, 98, 125, 
165, 166, 168, 172, 196, 202, 
207, 211, 236, 238, 241, 242, 
244, 24s, 257, 261, 274, 276, 
279. 312, 318, 325. 329. 330, 
331, 344, 348, 367, 384, 391, 

394, 411, 412, 447. 453. 454. 

456, 480, 485, 486, 537. 
Gardiner, Ky., 136. 
Gardiner, Me., 215. 



XL 



INDEX 



Gardiner's Wharf, 590. 

Garfield, 1 1 1 . 

Garnett, 245. 

Garrett, 205. 

Garzee, 1 10. 

Gaskey, 133. 

Gaston, 495. 

Gates, 42. 

Gatt, 300. 

Gaudaloupe, W. I., 528. 

Gavitt, 228. 

Gavins, 39. 

Gay, 83, 121, 131, 216, 223, 230, 

243. 2,17, 482. 
Gayenne, 578. 
Gazette, The, 19. 
Gazette, Boston, 64. 
Gazette, Elizabethtown, N. J., 

304. 
Gazette, Evening, 631. 
Gazette, Farmers', 266, 293. 
Gazette, Greenbush, 191. 
Gazette, Greensburgh, 151. 
Gazette, Hampshire, 638. 
Gazette, Kentucky, 602. 
Gazette, Louisiana, 614. 
Gazette, New Orleans, 133, 426. 
Gazette, New York, 120. 
Gazette, Providence, 379. 
Gazette, Royal, 509. 
Gazette, Salem, 191. 
Gazette, Sciata, 310. 
Gazette, United States, 612. 
Geer, 481. 

Geissenheimer, 120. 
Geisenhemer, 267. 
Genet, 218. 
George III, 566. 
George, 298, 569. 
Georgetown, D. C, 67, 98, no, 

III, 114, 123, 128, 151, 168, 

i87> 343. 356,401, 4'7, 4i8, 

439.495. 551. 569- 
Georgetown, Ky., 389. 
Georgetown, S. C, 183, 204, 

593. 631. 
Georgia, 69, 172, 273,324, 512, 

541, 581, 629, 634. 
Georgia Factory, R. I., 543. 
Georgia, Packet, 630. 



Geographer, 539. 

General Assembly of Massachu- 
setts, 245. 

General Assembly, 511, 533, 
629. 

General Assembly, Member of, 
535. 548. 57'. 601, 603, 608. 

General Assembly of New Jer- 
sey, 262. 

General Assistant Adjutant, 114. 

General Commissary, 610. 

General Consul, 238, 302, 309. 

General Hawes, Schooner, 547. 

General Lieutenant, 366. 

General Land Office, 443, 582. 

General Postmaster, 178, 230, 
283, 561, 606. 

Geneva, 637. 

Gerding, 120. 

Germany, 131, 265, 292, 304, 479, 
503. 539. 571, 629. 

Gerry, 130, 135, 410. 

Ghent, Ky., 515, 568. 

Giant, The Yorkshire, 603. 

Gibbs, 22, 42, 104, 149, 213, 24s, 
333. 340, 426, 450, 602. 

Gibbs Wharf, 574. 

Gibbons, 406. 

Gibraltar, 478. 

Gibson, 48, 149, 194, 196, 257, 

283, 359. 365. 546. 
Gifford, 116, 165,232,24s, 278, 

289,327, 383. 392,415. 456, 

494. 
Gig, 624. 
Gilbert, 113, 140,207,245,275, 

483. 
Gilfert, 61. 
Gilford, 437. 
Gill, 59, 176. 
Gillett, 131, 271. 
Gillis, 289. 
Gillson, 353. 

Gilman, 27, 69, 141, 184. 
Gilmore, 139, 282, 465. 
Girard, 119, 
Girault, 79. 
Girdler, 85. 
Gladding, 23, 53, 57, 73, 80, 88, 

197. 217. 240, 257, 32s, 351, 



INDEX 



XLI 



Gladding — Continued. 

355. 368, 376, 387, 456, 486, 
490. 
Glancey, 411. 

Glastonbury, Ct., 439, 505, 543. 
Glazier, 186. 
Gleason, 270. 

Glen Falls N. Y., 273, 289, 435. 
Glenham, N. Y., 625. 
Globe Bank, Pawtuxet, 281. 
Glocester, Mass., 48, 294, 350, 

361. 508. 

Glocester, Mass., Telegraph, 294. 

Glocester, 29, 33, 39, 65, 85, 96, 

lor, 104, no, III, 122, 151, 

1.58, 171, 187, 193, 194, 195, 

215, 219, 221, 222, 237, 244, 

249, 253, 257, 263, 283, 303, 

304. 309. 332, 334, 336, 337, 

339, 351, 362,363, 374, 376, 

409, 415,435,436, 440, 457, 

480, 481, 48s, 489, 511, 518, 

523. 526, 527,531, 550, 567, 

572, 583, 596, 598, 602, 614, 

616, 617, 633. 

Goats, 552. 

Goddard, 19, 86, 197, 299, 304, 

327. 388. 
Godfrey, 43, 50, 263, 317, 458, 

467. 
Goff, 22, 33, 84, 179, 234, 359, 

m, 410, 479, 493- 
Goffstown, N. H., I9r, 255, 289, 

586. 
Going, 225, 342. 
Gold, 30. 

Goldsboro, 75, 340, 490. 
Goldsmith, 89. 
Gonsolve, 71. 
Goodale, 227. 
Goodell, 339. 
Goodenough, 268. 
Goodenow, 225, 298, 390. 
Goodjudge, 85, 247. 
Goodhue, 22. 
Gooding, 391. 
Goodrich, 230. 
Goodspeed, 473, 488. 
Goodwin, 45, 220, 226, 280, 288, 
364, 386, 475. 



Gordon, 89, 186, 332. 

Gore, 466. 

Gorham, 215, 305, 399, 420, 467, 

613. 
Gorham, Me., 96, 338, 364, 544. 
Gorton, 36, 37, 80, 88, 213, 225, 

261, 280, 324, 356, 377, 487. 
Gory, 480. 

Gosport, Va., 183, 378. 
Goss, 32, 354. 
Gould, ?8, 47, 75, 250, 252, 333, 

357, 376, 436, 465- 
Gouverneur, 198, 424. 
Governor of Alabama, 577. 
Governor Elect, 254. 
Governor of Danish East Indies, 

611. 
Governor of Danish West In- 
dies, 575. 
Governor of Delaware, 564. 
Governor Hopkins, Brig, 625. 
Governor of Louisiana, 98, no, 

289, 331. 
Governor of Maryland, 599. 
Governor of Massachusetts, 613. 
Governor of Missouri, 566. 
Governor of New Hampshire, 

27, 191, 255. 
Governor of New Jersey, 29, 

586. 
Governor of New York, 100, 

104. 
Governor of North Carolina, 184, 

369- 
Governor of Ohio, in. 
Governor of Pennsylvania, 309, 

350. 
Governor of Plymouth, 602. 
Governor of Rhode Island, 584, 

610. 
Governor of South Carolina, 

520. 
Governor of Tennessee, 178, 

478. 
Governor's Council, 560, 578, 

629. 
Grace Church, Boston, 28, 257, 

263, 264. 
Grace Church, New York, 187, 

204, 364. 



XUI 



INDEX 



Gracie, 123, 203. 

Graduate of Brown University, 
512, 515. 5 '9. 542, 544, 54$, 
552, 555, 562, 594, 618. 

Graduate of Harvard, 540, 558, 
568, 6or. 

Graduate of R. I. Coliege, 580. 

Graduate of Yale, 603. 

Grafton, 225, 353, 395, 409. 

Grafton, Mass., 29, 33, 106, 109, 
no, 117, 130, 181, 207, 263, 
370, 437,450, 491, 507, 510, 
608. 

Graham, 175, 179, 422, 443. 

Grainger, 82. 

Grand Cross of the Bath, 542, 

553- 
Grand Lodge of Delaware, Grand 

Master of, 610. 
Grand Marshal, 392. 
Grand Master of Grand Lodge 

of Delaware, 610. 
Grant, 53, 75, 107, 145, 166, 205, 

233, 284, 388, 450, 469. 
Grants Braes, Scot., 634. 
Grattan, 367. 
Gratz, Ho)., 588. 
Graupner, 54. 
Graves^ 294, 409, 445, 463. 
Gray, 32, 69, 73, 82, 83, 123, 148, 

151- '77, 179, 200, 201, 206, 

2(7, 239,240, 350, 396, 401, 

420, 421,453,488, 493, 605. 
Grayson, 256. 
Great Neck, L. I., 518. 
Great Pond, R. I, 590. 
Great Storm, 637. 
Greece, 112, 180, 185. 
Greek Committee, 185. 
Greenbank, 156. 
Greenbush, N. Y., 151, 191, 353, 

465, 509, 570. 
Greenbush Gazette, 19;. 
Greenfield, Mass., 190, 212, 320, 

414, 435, 540, 592. 
Greenfield, N. H., 36, 448. 
Greenville, N. Y., 264. 
Greenville, S. C, 640. 
Greenville, Warwick, R. L, 35, 

387. 



Greenwich, Ct., 330. 

Greenwich, Mass., 308. 

Greenwich, N. Y., 218, 232. 

Greenwich, R. L, 633. 

Greenwich Village, Mass., 39. 

Greensburgh Gazette, 151. 

Greene, 33, 34, 35, 39, 50, 52, 53, 
60,61, 63. 72, 79, 85, 89, 95, 
96, 98, 101, 106, 109, 113, 
115, 116, 121, 129, 137, 138, 
140, 142, 148, 151, 152, 159, 
182, 183, 187, 189, 197, 199, 
200, 208, 209, 21 r, 214, 216, 
218, 224,226, 235, 238, 244, 
245, 250, 254, 265, 271, 274, 
275, 278. 279, 291, 300, 308, 
314, 317, 328, 338, 339, 343, 
348, 35', 352, 353, 354. 356, 
359, 369, 374, 375, 379, 387, 
395, 397, 404, 405, 408, 413, 
415, 416, 417, 425, 428, 434, 
436, 437,438,440, 441, 443. 
445, 448, 452, 459, 461, 463, 
467, 470, 471. 477, 479. 485. 
491, 496, 499, 539.635- 

Greenleaf, 407. 

Greenman, 67, 391, 453, 462. 

Gretna Green, Scot., 47, 180, 
283, 350, 360, 410. 

Grinman, 339. 

Greenwich, 226. 

Greenward, 103, 143, 490. 

Gregg, 172. 

Gregory, 333. 

Gridley, 132, 288, 351, 377. 

Griffith, 2r, 165, 378. 

Griffitts, 75, 261. 

Grififin, 165, 268. 

Griggs, 169. 

Grimes, 57, 159. 

Grinnell, 85, 223, 245, 438. 

Griswold, 25, 50, 64, 90, 93, 100, 
139, 145, 174, i77. 186, 187, 
196, 198, 200,209, 230, 242, 
24s, ?7i, 289, 298, 299, 304, 
305, 313. 327. 329, 335, 337. 
344, 373, 368, 418, 420, 423, 
429, 434, 435, 439, 450, 469, 
473. 490. 

Griswold, Ct., 225, 431, 547, 



INDEX 



XUII 



Grieve, 39, r6i. 

Grosvenor, 31, 37. 

Groton, Ct., 60, 97, 132,. 281, 543, 

SS3- 
Groton, Mass., 38, 358, 631. 
Groton, N. H., 586. 
Grover, 268. 
Groves, 472. 
Grow, 119. 

Guadaloupe, W. I., 611. 
Guayoma, P. R., 579. 
Guerriere, British Ship, 607, 613, 

639- 
Guerinan, 409. 
Guild, IIS, 207, 338, 368. 
Guildford, N. H., 118, 124, 572. 
Guildford, Vt., 163, 234. 
Guillotined, 532. 
Gulliver, 468. 
Gun, 625. 

Gunandotte River, 558, 640. 
Gunboat No. 48, 640. 
Guppe, 89. 
Gushee, 192, 244, 273, 275, 278, 

284, 383, 428, 430, 434, 477, 

478, 492. 
Gwin, 302. 



H 



Hack, 21. 

Hackensack, N. J., 600. 

Hackett, 21. 

Hadley, 21. 

Had wen, 21. 

Had win, 21. 

Haffey, 21. 

Hagadorn, 21. 

Hagood, 21. 

Haigh, 599. 

Haiier, 21. 

Halifax, N. C, 282, 361, 362. 

Halifax, N. S., 74, 262, 281, 297, 

360, 398. 591, 599. 610. 
Halifax Theatre, 499. 
Haines, 22. 
Haile, 22. 
Hale, 22. 



Hail, 22. 

Hales, 23. 

Haley, 23. 

Halfpenny, 23. 

Hall, 23,40, 117, 148, 168, 240, 
257, 260, 281, 302, 317, 320, 
341, 342,348, 349, 359, 401, 
456, 482, 490, 494, 607. 

Hallett, 26, 19. 

Hailing, 401, 439. 

Hallock, 26. 

Hallowell, Me., 26, 131, 242,271, 
289, 311, 407, 423, 459, 576. 

Halsey, 26. 

Halstead, 27. 

Hambley, 27. 

Hamburg, Ga., 574. 

Hamer, 27. 

Hamor, 27. 

Hamilton, 27, 21, 41, 241, 263, 
474, 482, 579. 

Hamilton, Ber, 615. 

Hamilton College, 545. 

Hamilton, N. C, 474. 

Hamilton, U. C, 442. 

Hamlin, 28. 

Hamblin, 28. 

Hamm, 28, 19. 

Hammesley, 28. 

Hammett, 28. 

Hammond, 28, 211. 

Hampden, Me., 78, 229. 

Hampden, Mass., 583. 

Hampshire, Eng., 535. 

Hampshire Gazette, 638. 

Hampton, Ct., 29, 37, 63, 69, 70, 
80, 108, 127, 167, 170, 264, 
272, 291, 341, 373, 607. 

Hampton, Mass., 24. 

Hanan, 29. 

Hanbury, 29. 

Hancock, 29, 568. 

Handon, 30. 

Handy, 30. 

Haning, 30. 

Hannewell, 30. 

Hanover Co., Va., 362, 389. 

Hanover, Mass., 245, 336, 468. 

Hanover, N. H., 190, 616. 

Hanover Society, Ct., 635. 



XLIV 



INDEX 



Hanover, Va., 407, 492. 

Hanscom, 30. 

Hansom, 31. 

Hansom, Mass., 40, 372, 562. 

Hapgood, 31. 

Harbin, 31. 

Hardenberg, 31. 

Hardgrove, 31. 

Harding, 31. 

Hardwick, Mass., 39. 

Hardy, 32. 

Hargrove, 32. 

Harkell, 32. 

Harkness, 32. 

Harlow, 32. 

Harmony, 111., 580. 

Harold, Ship, 612. 

Harper's Ferry, Va., 283. 

Harrell, 32. 

Harrington, 32. 

Harris, 33, 26, 69, n, 107, 311, 

383- 577- 

Harrisburg, Penn., 309, 325, 350. 

Harrison, 35. 

Hart, 36, 24. 133, 230, 246, 362. 

Hartford Co., Ct, 613. 

Hartford, Ct., 79, 80, 98, 114, 
732, 148, 180, 212, 214, 227, 
246, 252, 256, 267, 294, 304, 
305, 326, 366, 373, 390, 408, 
411,427, 430,445,458, 474, 
4;9. 544. 584. 623, 628. 

Hartford, Ct., Times, 212, 435. 

Hartlett, 36. 

Hartshorn, 37. 

Hartshorne, 37. 

Hartwell, 37, 74. 

Hartv. ell's Inn, 626. 

Harvard, Mass., 384, 436. 

Harvard, Graduate of, 540, 558, 
568, 60 r. 

Harvard University, 296, 402. 

Harvey, 37. 

Harwood, 38, 450, 451. 

Haskell, 38, 482. 

Haskins, 39, 257, 464. 

Hastings, 39. 

Haswell, 39. 

Hat, 124. 

Hatch, 39. 



Hathaway, 40, 32, 169, 221, 249, 
250, 330, 346, 382, 388. 

Hathorn, 42. 

Hatter, 528. 

Hatter, Journeyman, 410. 

Hatteras, 518, 625. 

Hattrick, 42. 

Hauswell, 42. 

Havana, Cuba, 426, 436, 504, 
510, 516, 523, 534, 548, 549, 

SSS. 557. 563, 567. 576, 579, 
584, 594, 601, 602, 603, 619, 
622, 625, 63s, 637. 

Havana Harbor, 602. 

Haven, 42. 

Havens, 42. 

Haverhill, Mass., 40, iii, 218, 

25s. 449, 493, 563- 
Haverstraw, N. Y., 509. 
Havingham Church, Eng., 297, 

421. 
Havingham Hall, Eng., 297, 421. 
Hawes, 43. 

Hawes, Schooner Gen., 547.' 
Hawkes, 43. 

Hawkins, 43, 19, 195, 436. 
Hawley, 44, 51, 152, 198, 254, 

350. 
Hawley, Mass., 563. 
Hay, 44. 
Hayden, 44. 
Hayes, 44. 
Hayford, 45. 
Hayti, W. I., 506. 
Hay ward, 45. 

Hazard, 45, 114, 242, 478, 515. 
Hazleton, 46, 98, loi. 
Head, 46. 
Headley, 55. 
Healey, 46. 
Heath, 47. 
Heath cote, 47. 
Hearsey, 47. 
Heart, 47. 
Healon, 48. 
Hebron, Ct., 207, 395, 548, 568, 

579. 
Heddmg, 153. 
Hedge, 48. 
Heldreth, 48. 



INDEX 



XLV 



Helen, Ship, 575. 

Helme, 48. 

Helsten, Eng., 96, 242. 

Heileman, 48. 

Heilpron, 48. 

Heineken, 48. 

Hem en way, 48. 

Hemlock Water, 514. 

Henderson, 49. 

Hendley, 49. 

Hendrick, 49. 

Hendricks, 49. 

Henfield, 49. 

Henrietta, N. Y., 572. 

Henry, 49. 

Henry, Sloop, 601. 

Henshaw, 50. 

Hepingstall, 50. 

Herald Republican, 250. 

Herald of the United States, 247, 

Herb, 50. 

Herbert, 503. 

Herculaneum, Mo., 508. 

Herkimer Co., N. Y., 606. 

Herlitz, 50. 

Herrick, 50. 

Herring, 50, 409. 

Herrington, 50. 

Herriot, 51. 

Herron, 326. 

Hervey, 51. 

Hesse, Hamburg, Ger., 151. 

Hesser, 51. 

Hetherington, 51. 

Hewes, 51. 

Hewett, 51. 

Hewins, 51. 

Hewlett, 51. 

Heyward, 3I. 

Hibbard, 52. 

Hickland Co., O., 451. 

Hickley, 52. 

Hickman, 52. 

Hickes, 52. 

Hicks, 52, 590. 

Hiddin, 53. 

Higgins, S3. 

Higgison 53. 

Highland Co., O., 279. 

High School, 46. 



High School, Pawtucket, 140. 
High Sheriff, 214, 295, 602. 
Hill, S3. 55. 78, 82, 83, 88, 90, 99, 

108, 137, 160, 162, 166, 217, 

221, 233, 272, 273, 286, 3Q0, 

336, 379, 419. 426, 429, 442. 

444. 454. 458, 461. 
Hiller, SS- 
Hilliard, 55. 
Hillman, SS- 
Hills, SS. 

Hills, N. C, 493. . 
Hillsborough, N. H., iS7. 
Hillsborough, N. C, 2S4, 386. 
Hillsborough Telegraph, iS7, 

189. 
Hillsdale, N. Y., 234, 3S2, 391. 
Hilson, SS- 
Hilton, 607. 
Himes, $6. 
Hinckley, 56. 
Hindman, $6. 
Hinds, S6. 
Hines, S6, S49. 
Hingham, Mass., 113, 123, 13S, 

160, 307, 3S7. 372, 468, 565, 

569, 612. 
Hinkley, 56. 
Hinman, 56. 
Hinsdale, 56. 
Hinsdale, Mass., 496. 
Hinsdale, N. H., 418. 
His British Majesty's Consul, 

157- 
Hiscock, $6. 
Hiscox, s6. 

Historical Writer, S17. 
Historical and Statistical Writer, 

61S- 
History of Music, 633. 
Hitch, S6. 
Hitchcock, 56. 
Hives, S7. 
Hoam, S7. 
Hoar, S7. 
Hoardley, S7- 
Hobart, S7, 261. 
Hobbs, S7- 
Hobby, S8. 
Hobson, sS- 



XLVI 



INDEX 



Hodge, 58. 

Hodges, 58. 

Hodgkins, 59, 

Hodgkinson, 59. 

Hoffman, 59. 

Hogan, 59. 

Hogg, 59 

Hogg Island, R. I., 354. 

Holbrook, 59. 

Holburton, 59. 

Holden, 59, 277, 533. 

Holden, Mass., 206, 313, 342. 

Holdoff, 60. 

Holland, 60. 

Holland, King of, 588. 

Holley, 61. 

Hollis, 61. 

HoUiston, Mass., 454, 455. 

Holly, 61. 

Holley, 61. 

Holman, 61, 291, 477, 482. 

Holeman, 61. 

Holmes, 61, 296, 351. 

Holmesburgh, Pa., 91. 

Holroyd, 63. 

Holt, 63. 

Holton, 63. 

Holyoke, 63. 

Hinman, 64, 142. 

Homer, 64. 

Honay, 64. 

Honduras, Bay of, 532. 

Honduras, W. I., 577. 

Hone, 64. 

Honeywell, 64. 

Honor, Legion of, 302, 575, 576. 

Honors, Civic, 594. 

Honors, Marine, 514. 

Honors, Masonic, 503, 511, 514, 

53 '> 541. 549, 552, 559, 57i. 

594, 601, 604, 628. 
Honors, Military, 531, 551, 588. 
Hood, 64. 
Hooker, 64. 
Hooper, 64, 240. 
Hope Valley, R. I., 547. 
Hopewood, 65. 

Hopkins, 65, 171, 275, 419, 616. 
Hopkins, Brig Governor, 
Hopkinson, 66. 



Hopkmton, Mass., 71, 262, 272, 
279. 458. 

Hopkinton, R. I., 1,06, 109, 143, 
160, 173, 223, 237, 238, 243, 
245, 278, 323, 367, 4or, 402, 
411, 431, 447, 449, 470, 499- 

Hoppin, 66. 

Hopson, 67. 

Hoptrough, 67. 

Horn, 67. 

Horn, Cape, 630. 

Horsey, 67. 

Horsewell, 67. 

Horswell, 67. 

Horse, 507, 530. 

Hospital, 574, 597, 605. 

Hospital, Maine, 551. 

Hospital, New York, 53 [, 535. 

Hospital, U. S. Marine, 74, 83, 

432, 534- 

Hoswell, 68. 

Horton, 68, 202. 

Hosack, 68. 

Hoskins, 28, 263. 

Hosmer, 68. 

Hotchkiss, 69. 

Hoten, 69. 

Hotham, 69. 

Hoardley, 175, 435. 

House, 69. 

House of Burgesses, Va., 554. 

House of Delegates, Va., 509. 

House of Representatives, 230. 

House of Representatives, Mas- 
sachusetts, 578. 

House of Representatives, Mem- 
ber of, 637. 

House of Representatives, 
Speaker of, 422. 

House of Representatives, Con- 
necticut, Speaker of, 545. 

House of Representatives, 
Maine, 298. 

House of Representatives, Penn- 
sylvania, 325. 

House of Representatives, U. S., 
630. 

Houston, 69. 

Hovey, 69. 

Howard, 69. 



INDEX 



XI<VII 



Howe, 70, 299. 

Howell, 71. 

Howland, 72. 

Hoxie, 73. 

Hoxsie, 73. 

Hoyle, 73. 

Hubbard, 73. 

Hubbardston, Mass., 23, 57, 103, 

I '9. iS7> 159. 207, 225, 240, 

272. 
Huddy, S39. 
Hudson, 74, 577. 
Hudson, N. Y., 47, 102, 383, 

467, 489, 557, 562, 612, 638. 
Huggins, 81. 
Hughes, 74. 
Hughson, 74. 
Hull, 74, 112, 313,438. 
Hulme, 76. 
Humbert, 76. 
Hume, 76. 
Humes, 76, 530. 
Humphrey, y6, 540. 
Humphreys, yy. 
Hungerford, yj. 
Hunneman, 77. 
Hunnewell, yy. 
Hunt, 78, 615. 
Hunter, 79. 
Hunting, 79. 
Hunting (pleasure), 532. 
Huntingfield, 421. 
Huntington, 79, 61, 487. 
Huntington, L. I., 345, 492. 
Huntington, Vt., 28. 
Huntley, 80. 
Huntley, Ire., 188, 418. 
Huntress, 80. 
Huntsville, N. Y., 180. 
Hurd, 80. 
Hurlbert, 80. 
Hurlburt, 80, 
Huse, 80. 

Hussars, Fifteenth, 96, 310. 
Hussey, 80. 
Hutchen, 80. 
Hutchens, 80. 
Hutchin, 8r. 
Hutchins, 81. 
Hutchinson, 81, 159. 



Hutington, 81. 

Huttlestone, 81. 

Hutten, 81, 552. 

Hutton, 81. 

Huggens, 81. 

Huggins, 8r. 

Hyannis, Mass., 569. 

Hyatt, 81, 

Hyde, 82, 

Hyde Co., N. C, 319, 431, 432. 

Hyde Park, N. Y., 555. 

Hyer, 82. 



I 



Ide, 82, 41, 137. 

Idia, 24. 

Ilchester, Earl of, 505. 

Illinois, 71, 178, 580. 

Imperial Army, yy. 

Imperial Order of Reunion, 587. 

Inches, 83. 

Independence, Ship, 555. 

Independent Church, 506. 

India, 573. 

Indian, 603. 

Indian Agent, 178. 

Indian Chronicle, 615. 

Indian Chief, Ship, 482. 

Indian Turnip, 550. 

Indians, 150, 564. 

Indiana Sentinel, 581. 

Indiana State Bank, 91. 

Infantry, United States, 544, 

564. 
Infantry, U. S., 2d, 88, 455, 613. 
Infantry, U. S. 3d, 305, 366, 445. 
Infantry, U. S. 4th, 78, 347, 629, 
Infantry, U. S.6th, 587. 
Infantry, U. S. 8th, 624. 
Ingalls, 83. 
Ingell, 83. 

Ingenious Mechanic, 560. 
Ingersoll, 83. 
Ingle, 83. , 
Inglis, 83. 
Ingraham, 83, 59. 



XLVIII 



INDEX 



Ingloes, 84. 

Inman, 84. 

Inn, Crown and Anchor, 462. 

Innkeeper, 507, 526, 533, 541 

544, 580, 638. 
Inquirer, Nantucket, 92, 180. 
Inquirer, St. Louis, 49. 
Inspector and Adjutant General 

U. S. Army, 224. 
Inspector of Revenue, 536. 
Institute, French, 587. 
Intelligence, Western, 137, 246. 
Intoxicated, 516, 599. 
Inventor, 545, 558. 
Investigator, 85. 
Ipswich, Mass., iii, 142, 396, 

412. 
Ipswich Bar, 635, 636. 
Ireland, 228, 511, 542, 559. 
Ireland, Lord Lt. of, 448. 
Ireson, 85 
Iris, the, 569. 
Irish, 85. 
Irons, 85. 
Isaacs, 85. 

Island, Gov. of the, 610. 
Isle of Bourbon. 591. 
Isle of France, 625. 
Isle of Jamaica, 362. 
Isle of St. Pierre, 591. 
Isle of St. Simons, Ga., 598. 
Isle of Fenas, 180 
Isles, the Five, 593. 
Isles, the Sandwich, 384. 
Italian, 540 

Italian Opera Company, 153. 
Italian Painter, 587. 
Italy, 159, 186, 2or, 213. 
Ithaca, N. Y., 150. 
Ives, 86, 193. 
Izard, 86. 



Jack, 86. 

Jackins, 86, 44, 294. . 
Jackson, 86, 572. 
Jackson, Fort, 577. 
Jackson, O., 279, 451. 



Jacobs, 88, 33, 63, 76, 78, 162, 
242, 247, 251, 271, 276, 279, 
288, 318, 335, 336, 383, 397, 
427, 446, 469, 522, 584, 626. 

Jacequaws, 89. 

Jail, for Debt, 561. 

Jamaica, L. I., 262,435, 466. 

Jamaica, Mass., 159. 

Jamaica Plains, 175, 325, 453, 
524, 625. 

Jamaica, W. I., 99, 103, 264,328. 

Jamaica, Isles of, 362. 

James, 89, no, 417. 

James, Brig, 570. 

James River, 575. 

Jamestown. R. I., 42, 127, 133, 
211, 213, 220, 273, 277, 419, 
442, 443, 447, 469, 542, 567. 

Janeway, 119, 184. 

January, 89. 

Jaquaws, 89. 

Jacques, 89. 

Jacquith, 89. 

Jarman, 89. 

Jarvis, 89, 245, 427, 60 !. 

Java, Dutch, 589. 

Jay, 103. 

Jeffers, 90. 

Jefferson, 90, 553, 554. 

Jefferson, Ga., 519, 563. 

Jeff ray, 90. 

Jeffrey, 90. 

Jeffrey, N. H., 49, 61. 

Jenckes, 90, 52, 102, 159, 344. 

Jenkins, 93. 

Jenney, 94. 

Jennings, 94. 

Jennison, 94. 

Jephson, 378. 

Jepherson, 95. 

Jepson, 95. 

Jerauld, 95. 

Jerrauld, 95. 

Jernagan, 95. 

Jernigan, 95. 

Jersey City, N. J., 105. 

Jerusalem, 602. 

Jessup, 95. 

Jeweller, 620. 

Jewett,95. 

Jewsharp, 583. 



INDEX 



XLIX 



Jillson, 95, 553. 

Jinson, 96. 

Jobson, 96. 

John Adams, U. S. Ship, 625. 

John Decatur, Brig, 586. 

Johns, 96, 152, 179, 398, 487. 

Johnson, 96, 627. 

Johnston, R. I., 24, 34, 36, 37 
43. 44. 50, 53, 79. 84, 85, 91 
92, 98, 106, 107, 108, 109, 
HI, 112, IIS, "6, 124, 127, 
128, 134, 142, 143, 146, 147 
153. 157. 158. 170, 171. 177 
194. i9S> 209, 214, 215, 222 
228, 246, 248, 251, 254, 258; 
269, 271, 274, 279, 280, 295 
302, 303, 312,317, 319, 326; 
327. 337, 338. 340, 343. 34S 
356, 357, 363. 368, 369. 375 
376, 384, 386, 397. 400, 40s 
421, 436,439,440, 441, 444 
448, 452, 460, 464, 466, 471 
478, 479, 483, 489, 505. 520, 
521, 524, 525, 535, 536, 537, 
538. 541. 565, 571, 573, 577 
590, 591, 615, 616, 622, 632, 
633. 635. 

Johnston, N. Y., 97, 514, 570. 

Jones, 99, 37, 136, 216, 369, 439, 
498, 521- 

Jones Co., Ga., 138, 150. 

Jordan, 102. 

Josephine, 102, 424. 

Joslin, 103. 

Josselyn, 103. 

Jouett, 103. 

Journal, American, 150. 

Journal, Farmers and Manufac- 
turers', 184. 

Journal, New Haven, 242. 

Journal, Norwich, N. Y., 73, 

179. 
Journeyman Hatter, 410. 
Journeyman Potter, 283. 
Joy, 103. 
Judge, 133, 254, 294, 512, 558, 

568, 640. 
Judge, County, 554, 629. 
Judge County Court, 637. 
Judge, U. S., 44. 



Judson, 103, 42, 55, 107, 205, 

284. 336, 381, 391. 441, 456, 

465. 
Jumping Rabbit, 58, 150. 
Junior Class, 612, 636. 
Juno, Brig, 555. 

Justice, Chief, 329, 535, 565, 601. 
Justice of Court, 611. 
Justice of Peace, 563, 571. 
Justin, 103. 



K 



Kaighn, 103. 

Kalbfleish, 515. 

Kalew, 103. 

Kalarxena, 557. 

Kane, 104. 

Karaimo, 104. 

Karhamanha, 104. 

KauU, 104. 

Kaul, 104. 

Kearney, 354. 

Keating, 104. 

Keetch, 104. 

Keech, 104. 

Keeley, 104. 

Keene, 105. 

Keene, N. H., 39, 157, 179, 189, 

373- 
Keeney, 105. 
Keep, 105. 
Keeper, 557, 603. 
Keeps, 105. 
Keer, 105, 601. 
Keightley, 105. 
Keath, 105. 
Keith, 106. 
Keller, 106. 
Kelley, 106. 
Kellogg, 425. 
Kelly, 107. 
Kelton, 107. 
Kempton, 107. 
Kendall, 107, 48, 102, 225, 272, 

387. 437. 
Kendrick, 108. 



INDEX 



Kennard, io8. 

Kennebec, 177, 193, 212, 350, 

62 [. 
Kennebunkport, Me., 142, 419, 

420. 
Kennedy, 108, 268. 
Kennicut, 108. 
Kenny, 108. 
Kent, 108, 39, 40, 46, 54, 62, 66, 

98, 108, 131, 137, 140, 164, 

165, 190, 198, 201, 217, 243, 

246, 344, 349, 352, 388, 405, 

410, 413, 477. 
Kent, Duke of, 108, 159. 
Kentucky, 178, 185, 254, 256, 

382, 394. 398, 550, 590, 606, 

619. 
Kentucky Gazette, 602. 
Kenyon, [09. 
Kerby, 109. 
Kerr, no. 
Ketcham, 1 10. 
Kevin St., Dublin, Ire., 593. 
Key, 1 10. 

Key West, Fla., 570. 
Keyes, no. 
Keziah, Sloop, 632. 
Kidder, no 
Kilbourne, 99, 333, 355, 413.494, 

498. 
Kilham, no, 62, 205, 290, 319, 

354- 
Killingly, Ct., 29, 44, 70, 71, 80, 
81,82,88,96, loi, 104, 121, 
127, 133, 138, 139. 166, 192, 
214, 216, 244, 251, 253, 258, 
272, 273, 294, 303, 313. 333, 
342, 352, 364, 374, 385, 403, 
408, 409, 414, 423, 430, 437, 

449. 455. 467. 474. 494. 499. 

505, 540, 546. 
Kilton, no. 
Kimball, 1 10, 612. 
Kinderhook, N. Y., 158, 256, 

266, 309, 422. 
King, ni, 150 
King of At vol, 104. 
King, the Bavarian, 102. 
King, the British, 108, 159. 
King of Holland, 588. 



King of Sandwich Isles, 104. 
King of Sweden, 102. 
King of Wurtemburg, 479. 
King's Chapel, 184, 337. 
King's Chapel, Boston, 299. 
King's Coronation, 282, 297. 
Kingsboro, N. Y., 37, 121. 
Kingston, Jamaica, 509, 584. 
Kingston, Mass., 88, 310, 602. 
Kingston, N. Y., 84. 
Kingston, R. I., 48, 109, 197, 

202, 260, 378, 382, 620. 
Kingston, U. C., 298, 562. 
Kingman, 113. 
Kingsbury, 113. 
Kingsley, n3. 
Kinlock, 1 14. 
Kinnicutt, n4, 104, 123, 167, 

316- 

Kinsley, 114. 

Kinson, n4. 

Kirby, 1 14. 

Kirkpatrick, 347. 

Kissam, 1 14. 

Kitanning, Penn., 621. 

Kittery, Me., 507. 

Kittredge, 114. 

Klady, 1 14. 

Knapp, 114. 

Kneeland, 1 15. 

Knight, U5, 35, 44,65, 74, 115, 
171, 228, 238, 249, 260, 268, 
280, 306, 318, 363, 365, 54S. 

Knight (title), 302, 542, 553. 

Knower, 116. 

Knowles, u6, 19, 94, 325. 

Knowlton, n^. 

Knott, 117. 

Knox, iiy, 87. 



Laborer, 613, 638. 
Lacey, n7. 
Lackey, 1 1 7. 
Lacky, 117. 
Ladd, 118. 
Ladder, 543. 



INDEX 



LI 



Lachore, Scot., q6. 

La Dieu, ii8. 

Ladue, ii8. 

Lady Provost, Ship, 625. 

Lafayette, Schooner, 586. 

Lafitte, 118. 

Lahay, 118. 

Laighton, 118. 

Lake, 118. 

Lake Champlain, 398. 

Lake Erie, 566. 

Lake Erie, Battle of, 625. 

Lake Ontario, 528. 

Lakeman, 119. 

Lallamond, 1 19. 

La Mar, W. L, 99. 

Lamb, 119. 

Lambert, 1 19. 

Lamphier, 119. 

Lamson, 119. 

Lancaster Co., Eng., 123. 

Lancaster Co., O., 462. 

Lancaster, Eng., 523, 625. 

Lancaster, Mass., 45, 82, 307, 

339, 465, 466, 474, 476. 
Lancaster, N. H., 481. 
Lancaster, Penn., 108, 205, 238, 

347- 
Land Agent, 569. 
Land Office, General, 443, 582. 
Landers, 119. 
Lane, 119. 
Lang, 120. 
Langdon, 120. 
Langford, 120. 
Langley, 120, 521. 
Lanman, 120. 
Lansdown, 611. 
Lansingburgh, Md., 584. 
Lapham, 120. 
La Plaisance, Ct., 425. 
Larabee, 121. 
Larchar, 121. 
Larche, 121. 
Larke, 121. 
Larkin, 12 r. 
Lamed, 121. 
La Roach, 122. 
Lashley, .122. 
Lassell, 122. 



Latham, 122.. 

Lathe, 122. 

Lathrop, 122, 36. 

Latrop, 123. 

Latimer, 123. 

Lauchtenberg, Ger., 102, 218. 

Laud, 123. 

Laudanum, 602. 

Laurel, Brig, 564. 

Laville, Me., 589. 

Law (name), 123. 

Law, 515, 558, 601, 603. 

Law, Attorney at, 26, 50, 56, 
57,71,78,80,84, 87,89, 90, 
99, 113, 114, 121, 127, 142, 
148, 186, 191, 204, 224, 227, 
242, 248, 252, 262, 269, 282, 
285, 287, 300, 302, 313, 318, 
320, 334. 339. 347. 361, 367, 
368, 398, 402, 404, 410, 411, 
416, 420, 438, 450, 454, 458, 

459. 460, 475. 476, 477, 479. 
480, 481, 483, 495, 508, 519, 
548, 552, 569, 578, 582, S85, 
599, 600, 610, 618, 624, 632, 
640. 

Law, Councillor at, 252. 

Law Student, 592, 594. 

Lawdon, 123. 

Lawless, 123. 

Lawrence, 123. 

Lawson, 124. 

Lawton, 124, 583. 

Layha, 127. 

Lazell, 127. 

Leach, 127. 

Lead Coffin, 566. 

Leaf, Schooner, 547. 

Learman, 127. 

Learned, 127. 

Leavens, 127. 

Leavitt, 128. 

Lebanon, Ct., 113, 119, 245, 311, 
326, 414, 420, 522, 573. 

Le Baron, 128. 

Le Craw, 128. 

Le Doyt, 128. 

Ledyard, 128. 

Lee, 128, 281, 290. 

Lee, N. Y., 236, 244, 371. 



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INDEX 



Leeds, Duke of, 51. 

Leeds, Eng., 605. 

Leege, 129. 

Leegy, 129. 

Lefeure, 129. 

Lefavor, 129. 

Lefavour, 129. 

Leg, 536. 

Legation, U. S., 151. 

Legation, Secretary of U. S., 

168, 395. 
Legendre, 578. 
Legislative Council of Florida, 

612. 
Legislature, Member of, 551, 598. 
Legion of Honor, 302, 575, 576. 
Legion Pulaski's, 31. 
Leicester, Ct., 446. 
Leicester, Mass., 21, 196, 282, 

3SO, 439. Soo. 
Leight, 129. 
Legh, 129. 
Legrand, 129. 
Lehre, 129. 
Leland, 130. 
Leman, 130. 
Lemerick, Me., 255. 
Lemmington, Ct., 340. 
Lemon, 130. 
Lenox, 130. 
Leominster, Mass., 100, 156, 442, 

474. 
Leonard, 130, 539. 
Leopold, 131. 
Le Roy, 131. 
Lester, 132. 
Lethbridge, 132. 
Le Valley, 132. 
Le Vattey, 132. 
Leveck, 132. 
Leverett, 132. 
Levett, 132. 
Levy, 132. 
Lewin, 132. 
Lewis, 132, 253, 279, 367, 368, 

382, 420, 496, 564. 
Lewi:ton, Me., 31. 
Lexington, Ky., 67, 94, 251, 378, 

384, 483, 561, 574, 591, 602. 
Lexington, Mass., 141, 159, 324, 

328, 558, 560, 610, 620. 



Lexington, U. S. Ship, 590. 

Leyden, 494. 

Libbey, 134. 

Librarian, 178. 

Liberia, 523. 

Lieutenant General, 389, 542. 

Lieutenant Gen. of R. I., 265, 

329. 471- 
Lieut. Gov. of S. Carolina, 603. 
Lieut. Gov. of Vermont, 608. 
Life of Men, route, 550. 
Light Preserving Bed, 552. 
Light Artillery, U. S. Regt. of, 

221. 
Light Dragoons, U. S., 599. 
Lightning, 134. 
Lightning, killed by, 541, 560, 

570, 602, 625. 
Lillibridge, 134. 
Lilley, 134. 
Limerick, Ire., 437. 
Limerick, Me., 64. 
Linard, 134. 

Linaugen, Prince of, 108, 159. 
Lincoln, 134, 568. 
Lincoln Co., N. C., 539. 
Lincoln, Mass., 378, 384. 
Lindenburg, 136. 
Lindenburger, 136. 
Lindley, 136. 
Lindsey, 294, 315. 
Linsey, 136. 
Ling, [37. 
Lingan, 137. 
Linkfield, 137. 
Linn, 137. 
Linell, 137. 
Linnell, 137. 
Linnett, 137. 
Linscott, 138. 
Lippitt, 138. 
Lisbon, Ct., 116, 160, 170, 281, 

290, 352, 411,635. 
Lisbon Port, 108, 304, 563. 
Liscomb, 139. 
Lisle, 139 
Lister, 139. 
Litchiield, 139. 
Litchfield, Ct., 142, 182, 242, 

256, 346, 357, 411. 427, 488, 

SS2, 571. 603. 



INDEX 



LIII 



Litchfield, N. H., 352. 
Literature, Prof, of Biblical, 307. 
Literature, French, 402. 
Literature, Spanish, 402. 
Literary Cadet, 19, 52, 168, 226, 

344- 

Little, 139. 

Little Belt, British Ship, 573. 

Little Compton, R. L, 46, 52, 55, 
73.79. 85,98,118, 139, 1 54, 
155, 209, 219, 222, 223, 231, 
232, 237, 239, 240, 260, 276, 
281, 284, 285, 289, 29s, 30s, 
308, 314, 316, 317, 318, 320, 
322, 326, 327, 333, 329, 351, 
360, 379. 380, 387. 388, 408, 
410, 413, 419, 468, 469, 470, 
471, 472, 493, 494, 520, 542, 
547, 548, 608, 610, 619, 621, 
623, 632. 

Little Falls, N. Y., 141, 245, 246, 
401. 

Littlefield, 140, 33, 35, 63, 140, 
281, 33S. 337. 358, 381, 440, 
448. 

Littlejohn, 140. 

Livermore, Me., 112, 438, 481. 

Liverpool, Eng., 63, ro2, 105, 
108, 209, 257, 301, 346, 348, 
SS8, 573,577,596,611, 612. 

Liverpool, Ship, 605. 

Livingstone, 140, 531, 557. 

Livingston, 140. 

Livingston Co., N. Y., 1 14. 

Lloyd, 140. 

Lobes, Messenterrica, 605. 

Lockeraine, 140. 

Lockade, 140. 

Lockere, Scot., 310. 

Locke, 141. 

Locke, N. Y., 6t6. 

Lockhart, 141. 

Lockraine, 141. 

Lockwood, 141. 

Lofts, 141. 

Logan, 141. 

Logee, 14 (. 

Lombard, 108, 235. 

London, Eng., 47, 51, 69, 131, 
169, 296, 297, 342, 364, 396, 



London, Eng., — Continued. 

481, 482, 484, 48s, 504, 50s, 
517, 519, 524, 539, 540, 553, 
562, 575, 577. 584. 594. 601, 
605. 

Londonderry, Ire., 27, 349. 

Londonderry, N. H., 431. 

Long, 141, 435, 572. 

Long Island, 540. 

Longley, 142. 

Longmeadow, Mass., 145, 348, 
390, 402. 

Lonsdale, 142. 

Lonis, 142. 

Lopaz, 142. 

Lord, 142. 

Lord Ross, 69. 

Lord of Admiralty, 586. 

Lord Byron, 150. 

Lord Lt. of Ireland, 448. 

Lord Sidmouth, 508. 

Lord Wellington, 141. 

Lorederen Co., Va., 294. 

Loring, 142. 

Lost Paragraph, 630. 

Lothrop, 143. 

Lott, 143. 

Loud, 143. 

Louden Co., Va., 44. 

Louis XIV, 578. 

Louis XVII, 512. 

Louis XVIII, 512, 600. 

Louisiana, 98, no, 140. 

Louisiana Advertiser, 190, 241. 

Louisiana, Dist. Court of, 133. 

Louisiana Gazette, 624. 

Louisiana, Governor of, 98, i ro, 

289, 331- 
Louisiana, U. S. Dist. Court of, 

426. 
Louisville, Ga., 176, 268, 493, 

567- 
Louisville, Ky., 95, 100, 105, 

552,625,635. 
Love, 143. 
Lovejoy, 143. 
Lovell,-i43, TT, 89, 186. 
Lovering, 143. 
Lovett, 144. 
Lovie, 144. 



LIV 



INDEX 



Low, 144. 

Lowder, 144. 

Lowell, 144, 211. 

Lowell, Mass., 3;, 39, 73, 79, 1 1 1, 

124, 142, 148,25s, 288, 332, 

350, 432, 622. 
Lower Falls, Pa., 570. 
Lucas, 144, 279, 451. 
Luce, 144. 

Lucerne, N. Y., 508. 
Lucretia, Schooner, 533. 
Ludlow, 145, 28, 34, 38, 75, 179, 

216, 269, 316, 400, 455, 469, 

488, 497- 
Ludlow, Mass., 93. 332, 374, 626. 
Lufkin, 145. 
Lumburgh, 619. 
Lundy's Lane, 543. 
Lunson, 145. 
Lusby, 145. 
Luscomb, 145. 
Luther, 145, 100, 154, 163, 206, 

507. 
Lye, 148. 

Lyell, 76, 266, 486. 
Lyman, 148, 221, 241. 
Lyman's Factory, 107, 394. 
Lyme, Ct., 27, 49, 212, 242, 293, 

437. 549- 

Lynd, 148. 

Lyndon, 149. 

Lynde, 149. 

Lyne, 149. 

Lynn, Mass., 43, 58, 60, 98, 115, 
119. 134, 137, 148, 161, 203, 
206, 223, 226, 250, 279, 313, 
365, 545, 606,622, 624, 635. 

Lynnfield, Mass., 47, 243. 

Lyon, 149, 70, 373. 

Lyons, 149. 

Lyons, France, 602. 



M 

Macarthy, 150. 
Mace, 32, 322. 

Macedonian, British Ship, 523. 
Macei, 150. 



Machais, Me., 625. 

Machine Drying, 558. 

Machinery, Steam, 545. 

Macimac, Mich., Fortress, 613. 

Mack, 150. 

Mackaw's, 1 50. 

Mackay, 150. 

Macker, 150. 

Mackie, 150. 

Mackintire, 151. 

Mackintosh, 151. 

Macklin, 151. 

Maclay, 151. 

Maclean, 151. 

Maclenburgh Schweren, 151. 

Macomb, 151. 

Macomber, 151. 

Macon, Ga,, 292, 327. 

Macpherson, 152. 

Mactier, 152. 

Madison, 152. 

Madras, Ind., 542. 

?/[aegill, 152. 

Magaw, 152. 

Magee, 152. 

Magevis, 152. 

Magrue, 152. 

Maguire, 152. 

Mahoney, 152. 

Maid of Athens, 150. 

Mail Robbery, 512. 

Main Topsailyard, 532. 

Main Boom, 505. 

Maine (name), 152. 

Maine (State), 104, 108, 235, 

298, 360, 373, 487- 
Mains, Scot., 248. 
Major, 152. 
Makepeace, 153. 
Mulaby, 343, 357. 
Malaga, Spain, 600. 
Malanchten, 137. 
Malbone, 153. 
Malcomb, 153. 
Malibran, 153. 
Mallett, 153. 
Malta, 390. 
Maltby, 153, 43, 108, 135, 320, 

393. 471- 
Man, Life of, 550. 



INDEX 



LV 



Manager, 123, 261, 575. 

Manchester, 153, 36, 42, 53, to, 
72, 98, in, 112, 116, 124, 
134, 141, 143, 147, 153, 154, 
183, 197, 209, 236, 254, 264, 
277,279, 317, 34S. 353. 357, 
359, 376, 384,416, 418. 437. 
441, 444, 466, 472, 489, son. 

Manchester, Eng., 372, 541. 

Manchester, N. H., 352. 

Manchester, Vt., 634. 

Mandall, 156. 

Mandarin, 57, 176. 

Manlove, 156. 

Mann, 156, 30, 43, 55, 72, 84, 96, 
98, 147, 173, 180, 185, 189, 
192, 193, 19s, 196, 198, 200, 
208, 213, 222, 231, 234, 247, 
270, 275,278, 279, 281, 283, 
291, 307, 308, 309, 312, 319, 
343, 344, 375. 387, 425, 427, 
428, 433, 434, 437. 438, 439. 
450,461,463, 469, 491, 497. 

Manning, 157. 

Mannville, R. I., 431. 

Mansfield, 157, 73, 85, 107, 108, 

SSI- 
Mansfield, Ct., 80, 341, 361, 370, 

441, 478. 
Mansfield, Mass., 24, 63, 135, 
203, 263, 282, 283, 312, 316, 
331, 376, 392. 418, 446, 462, 
480,483, 486, 492, 507, 518, 

S43- 

Mansfield, R. I., 55. 

Mansion, President's, 254. 

Mansion, Shot Tower, 607. 

Manson, 157. 

Mansur, 157. 

Manter, 157. 

Manton, 157. 

Manuel, 158. 

Manufacturer's Bank, 159, 475. 

Maranham, Eng., 482. 

Marble, 158. 

Marblehead, Mass., 29, 64, 77, 
85. ri6, 161, 203, 268, 300, 
396, 505. 519, 594- 598, 612. 

Marcellus, Ship, 504. 

March, 159. 



Marchant, 159. 

Marcia, Brig, 538. 

Marcy, 159. 

Mardenbrough, 159. 

Marett, 159. 

Mareau, 159. 

Maria, 159. 

Marie, 159. 

Marietta, O., 86, 180, 267, 433, 

562, 564, 614. 
Marine, 512, 523, 579. 
Marine Honors, 514. 
Marine Hospital, U. S., 74, 83, 

432. SSI- 
Marines, Lieutenant of, 639. 
Marines, United States, 427, 607, 

613. 
Marines, U. S. Corps of, 47, 49, 

'37, 341, 362, 523, 594- 
Market, 629. 
Market, Fulton, 314. 
Market, Providence, 591. 
Market Square, 19. 
Marksboro, 309, 366. 
Marland, 160. 
Marlboro, Mass., 63, 299, 510, 

558, 626. 
Marlborough, S. C, 611. 
Marlboro, N. H., 95, 620. 
Marquis of Carmarthan, 51. 
Marrell, 160. 
Marriott, 160. 
Marseilles, 504, 562. 
Marsh, 160. 
Marshall, 161, 222. 
Marshal De Camp, 575. 
Marshal, Grand, 392. 
Marshal Soult, 129. 
Marshal, Victor, 572. 
Marshfield, Mass., 47, 140, 143, 

323. 394. 612. 
Marston, 161. 
Marters, 161. 

Martha's Vineyard, 26, 565, 617. 
Martin, 161, 80, 123, 201, 205, 

233, 234, 296, 368, 370, 462, 

589- 
Martinique, W. I., 525, 545, 567. 
Marvel, 165. 
Marvell, 165. 



LVI 



INDEX 



Marvin, 165. 

Mar3rland, 44, 116, 250, 294, 599. 

Maryland, Governor of, 599. 

Maryland Republican, 84. 

Mary, Queen of Scots, 586. 

Mary, Brig, 615. 

Mary, Sloop, 618. 

Mary Almy, Ship, 592. 

Mary Seamans, Brig, 576. 

Mason, 165,488. 

Mason Co., Ky., 217. 

Mason, Mass., 72, 299. 

Masonic Honors, 503, 511, 514, 
531. 541, 549, 552, 559, 571, 
594, 601, 604,618. 

Massachusetts, 72, 148, 157, 190, 
325, 330, 444, 462, 503, 516, 
542, 578,579. 581,608. 

Massachusetts, Adjutant Gen- 
eral of, 245, 373. 

Massachusetts Convention, 617. 

Massachusetts, Governor of, 613. 

Massachusetts House of Repre- 
sentatives, 578. 

Massachusetts Provincial Con- 
gress, 568. 

Massachusetts State Prison, 602. 

Massachusetts, Worcester Co. 
Court, 582. 

Massacre of Wyoming, 551. 

Massaurddo Cape, 564. 

Master, 523. 

Master Commander, 100, 243, 

293- 
Masthead, 518, 605. 
Master's Mate, 551, 555. 
Mastick, L. I., 123, 336. 
Matanzas, W. I., 92, 345, 497, 

520, 549, 638. 
Matanzas Bay, 610. 
Mate, 570, 597, 612, 630. 
Mathar, 169, 477. 
Mather, 170. 
Mathematics, Professor of, 212, 

259. 296, 370, 396,, 417. 581. 
Mathematician, 611. 
Mattamusket, N. C, 319, 432. 
Mattapoisett, Mass., 108. 
Matteson, 171. 
Matthews, 170, 179, 542. 



Matthewson, 170. 
Matthorne, 171. 
Mauran, 171. 
Maurice, 172. 
Maury Co., Tenn., 141. 
Maverick, 172. 
Mawney, 172, 128. 
Maxcy, 172. 
Maxey, 172. 
Maxcey, 173. 
Maxfield, 173. 
Maxim, 173. 
Maxson, 173. 
Maxon, 173. 
Maxwell, 173. 
May, 174. 
May, Cape of, 571. 
May berry, 174. 
Maybury, 474. 
Maynard, 174, 369, 452. 
Mayo, 175. . 
Mayer, 267. 
Mayor, 383, 587. 
Mayrant, 175. 
Mayridge, 98. 
Maysville, Ky., 239. 
McAllister, 175. 
McAlvin, £75. 
McAnarney, 175. 
Mc Arthur,' 175. 
McAuley, 330, 396. 
McCalla, 175. 
McCoiton, 175. 
McCane, 94. 
McCarrie, 175. 
McCarter, 175. 
McCarther, 175. 
McCarty. 
McClellan, 175. 
McClennen, 176. 
McCloud, 176. 
McClure, 176. 
McComb, 176. 
McConkey, 176. 
McCormack, 113. 
McCormick, 176. 
McCoy, 176. 
McCracken, 176. 
McCrea, 176. 
McCreakey, 176. 



INDEX 



LVII 



McCubbins, 176. 

McDaniels, 176. 

McDole, 176. 

McDenald, 177. 

McDonald, 177. 

McDonald, Steamer, 581. 

McDonough, 300, 315. 

McDowell, 177. 

McDuffie, 177. 

McElmoyle, 177. 

McFarland, 177. 

McFarlin, 177. 

McFoy, 177. 

McGrath, 177. 

McGreger, 177. 

McGregor, 177. 

McHenry, Fort, 511. 

McHugh, 177. 

Mclntire, 177. 

Mclntyre, 178. 

Mcintosh, 178. 

McKane, 178. 

McKay, 178. 

McKean, 178. 

McKinley, 178. 

McLane, 178. 

McLean, 178, 582. 

McLellan, 178. 

McMinn, 178. 

McNamara, 178. 

McNeil, 178, 549. 

McNeill, 178. 

McPherson, 179. 

McWattey, 179. 

Meach, 546. 

Meacham, 179. 

Meade, 179. 

Meadville, Penn., ^^, 152. 

Means, 179. 

Mechanic, Ingenious, 560. 

Medbury, 179. 

Medbury, N. H., 577. 

Medfield, Mass., 48, 102, 156, 

22s, 308, 340, 392, 416. 467. 

578. 
Medford, Mass., 24, 107, 226, 

361, 374, 41S, 583.613- 
Medical Department, 139, 287. 
Medical Students, 570. 
Medicine, 598. 



Medway, Mass., 31, 54, 82, loi, 
167, 183, 201, 250, 283, 457, 
506, 547. 

Meeder, 179. 

Meeting, Friends, 449. 

Megowin, 179. 

Meigs, 180. 

Melcher, 180. 

Melendy, 180. 

Melledgeville, Ga., 332, 383. 

Mellen, 180, 302. 

Melville, 180. 

Melville Isle, 591. 

Member of Congress, 31, 36, no, 
152, 232, 254, 257, 268, 270, 
318, 321, 324, 350, 371, 398, 
417, 448, 495, 535, 545, 555, 

557. 577. 578. 586, 591. 596, 
600, 608, 609. 

Member of Congress from New 
York, 152. 

Member of Congress from Rhode 
Island, 232. 

Member of Convention, 533. 

Member First Baptist Church, 
604. 

Member of General Assembly, 
535. 548, 571. 601, 603, 608. 

Member House of Representa- 
tives, 637. 

Member House of Representa- 
tives, Virginia, 553. 

Member of Legislature, 551, 596, 
598. 

Member N. Y. Typographical 
Society, 583. 

Member of Parliament, 360, 472, 

523- 

Member of Senate, 598. 

Member of Senate, O., 587. 

Member of Senior Class, 505. 

Menage, 180. 

Mendon, Mass., 27, 29, 39, 45, 
68, 69, 83, 85, 86, 87, 102, 
108, no, 122, 130, 195, 204, 
240, 271, 276, 297, 298, 308, 
310, 335.336, 343, 351, 361, 
369. 371. 380, 381, 382, 392, 
393. 394. 400, 409, 424, 427, 
435, 436, 441, 458, 464, 471, 



LVIII 



INDEX 



Mendon, Mass., — Continued. 
478,484,487, 49f. 492, 505, 
SI I, 514, 574. 610, 627. 

Mengus, 180. 

Men, Minute, 558. 

Mercandotti, [80. 

Mercer, Penn., 533. 

Merchant (name), 180. 

Merchant, 29. 33, 35, 36, 39, 40, 
43,45,47,48, so, 53, 57> 58, 
59, 63, 64, 6s. 66, 67, 69, 70, 
71, 72, ^^, 78, 81, 83, 87, 88, 
89. 90, 93. 94. 99, 101, 105, 
106, 112, 117, 122, 127, 128, 
129, 132, 137, 138, 140, 141, 
150, 152, 153, 158, 161, 162, 
166, 172, 175, 176, 178, 184, 
187, 189, 193, 19s, 196, 197, 
198, 203, 204, 206, 214, 216, 
217, 218,221, 222, 223, 225, 
227, 230, 233, 236, 240, 241, 
24s, 250, 252, 256, 258, 260, 
261, 263, 265,271, 273, 275, 
283, 284, 286, 287, 289, 292, 
293, 29s, 298, 299, 300, 306, 
312, 314, 316, 318, 320, 322, 
32s. 326, 330, 335, 336, 339. 
351. 364,366, 367, 371, 378, 
381, 382, 384, 385. 386, 389, 
390, 391. 396. 399. 40 1, 402, 
403, 406, 407, 414, 416, 417, 
418, 420, 421, 422, 423, 425, 
427,431, 434.437. 438. 439. 
445. 447. 45'. 454. 455. 459. 
46S, 466, 467, 469, 473, 475, 
478, 479, 480, 481, 484, 485, 
487, 490, 504. 509. 519, 523, 
537. 540, 544. 546, 550, 556, 
559. 570, 575. 576, 577, 58i, 
582, 586, 591, 594, 597, 598, 
600, 603, 607, 611, 628, 637. 

Merchantile Advertiser, 82. 

Merchants Coffee House, 304. 

Mercury, Newport, 128. 

Meredith, Mass., 124. 

Meriden, Ct., 545, 633. 

Merethew, 180. 

Merian, 180. 

Merrell, 180. 



Merrett, 71, 119, 133, 146, 230, 
237. 293. 312, 325, 404, 450, 
458. 

Merrimac, N. H., 633. 

Merrill, 181. 

Merriam, 181. 

Merrick, i8r. 

Merry, 181, 448. 

Meserve, 181. 

Messenger, 18 r. 

Messenger, The Salem, 175. 

Messenger, The Weekly, 22. 

Messer, 182, 38, 56, 65, 85, 136, 
157, 166, 269, 301, 389, 398, 
408, 450, 451, 469. 

Mestayer, 182. 

Metaphysics, Prof, of, 142, 419. 

Metcalf, 182. 

Methodists, 71, 325, 509, 569. 

Methodist Church, 580, 539, 589, 
605. 

Methodist Chapel, 115, 133, 202, 
293, 404, 450. 

Methodist Meeting House, Bris- 
tol, 180, 238. 

Methodist Minister, 539. 

Mexico, 168. 

Michelletti, 183. 

Mickle, 183. 

Micks, 183. 

Microcosm, The, 19. 

Middleboro, Mass., 21, 41, 87, 
105, 106, 112, 113, 130, 131, 
133, 137. 199. 203, 215, 218. 
220, 239, 262, 284, 285, 313, 

317. 325,339. 342, 394. 413. 

428, 433, 438, 439, 463, 470, 

479,481,491, 5[o, 555, 574, 

590. 
Middlebury, Mass., 136, 590. 
Middlebury, Vt., 50, 289, 370, 

417, 514. 566. 
Middlebury, Vt., College, 370, 

4' 7. 566. 
Middlesex Co., England, 108, 

304. 
Middleton, 183. 
Middletown, Ct., 37, 40, 67, 300, 

301, 315, 363, 520. 



INDEX 



I.VIX 



Middletown, R.T., 24, 42, 46, 56, 
no, 125, 139, 154, IS5, i;3, 
229, 236, 237, 238, 286, 292, 
293. 294. 30s, 3". 321, 322, 
329, 332, 333. 334. 338. 340, 
341, 342, 373. 376, 378, 380, 
382, 383. 387, 401, 422, 436, 

496, 5 1 5. 518, S20, 528, 548, 
SSS. SS6, 5S7. 568, 618, 621, 
622. 

Middletown, Vt., 543. 
Midshipman, 503, 576, 606, 607, 

625. 
Midwife, 600. 
Miles, 183, iSi, 510. 
Milford, Ct., 628. 
Milford, Mass., 213, 435, 513. 
Milford, O., 618, 
Military Honors, 531, 551, 588. 
Militia, 627. 

Militia, 4th Regt Virginia, 552. 
Militia, 8th District Virginia, 

562. 
Mill, Powder, 533, 544. 
Millard, 183. 
Millbury, Mass., 33, yT, 113, 116, 

117, 207,267, 281, 342, 410, 

414,437. 450,493.630. 
Milldrum, 183. 
Milledgeville, Ga., 53, 69, 81,339, 

625. 
Miller, 183, 184, 32, 191, 196, 

243. 294- 
Millet, 183. 
Millett, 186 
Milltown, Ct., 109, 197. 
Mills, 1 86. 

Millville, .Mass., 393. 
Milner, 186. 
Milton, Mass., 240, 278, 287, 468, 

497. 612. 
Milton, N. C, 365. 
Mina, N. Y., 38. 
Minard, i86. 
Minden, Battle of, 613. 
Minden, N. Y., 122. 
Miner, 186, 391. 
Minister, Methodist, 539. 
Minister, Netherland, 81. 
Minister, United States, 227, 

292, 298, 337, 370, 422, 557. 



Minor, 42. 

Minot, Me., 70, 114, 548. 

Minott, r86. 

Minute, i86. 

Minute Men, 558. 

Minister, 243. 

Minister, American, 448, 516, 

568, 621. 
Minister, Assistant, 166. 
Minister, Baptist, 549. 
Minister, Candidate, 391, 485. 
Minister, Chili, 36. 
Minister, Danish, 239, 338. 
Minister, France, 218. 
Minister, Friend, 541, 543, 614, 

615. 
Mirror, Connecticut, 604. 
Miser, 549. 
Missionary, 113, 205, 390, 422, 

560. 
Missionary, American, 546. 
Missionary Institute, Ashbury, 

55- 
Missionary Chapel, 104. 
Mission School, 211, 286. 
Missions, Board of, 24. 
Mississippi, 51, 254, 270, 508, 

560, 601. 
Mississippi, Natchez, 550. 
Mississippi Territory, 519. 
Mississippi, U. S. Senator of, 

488. 
Missolonghi, Greece, 640. 
Missouri, 177, SI 8, 535, 577, 618. 
Missouri, Attorney of, 563. 
Missouri, Governor of, 566. 
Missouri River, 552. 
Missourian, 176. 
Mitchell, J. 86, 347, 441. 
Mixter, 188. 
Mobile, Ala., 261, 508, 532, 561, 

583, 599. 634- 
Mobile Commercial Register, 

566. 
Moderwell, 188. 
Moffett, 188. 

Mohawks, Chief of the, 605. 
Mohawk, Ship, 573. 
Mohawk Village, 605. 
Moley, 188. 
Molucca, E. I., 536. 



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INDEX 



Monarch, i88. 

Moncrief, i88. 

Monitor, The, 328. 

Monk, 188. 

Monmouth, Battle of, 535, 599. 

Monroe, N. Y., 337, 424. 

Monson, 188. 

Monson, Mass., 117. 

Monswall, Scot., 248. 

Monswall Mines, Scot., 59. 

Montague, 188. 

Montecello, N. Y., 578. 

Montecello, Va., 270, 553. 

Montgomery, 188, 599. 

Montgomery, Ala., 466. 

Montgomery Co., 111., 226. 

Montgomery, Mass., 280. 

Montpelier, Vt., 185. 

Montreal, U. C, 132, 230, 291, 

336, 392,427, SI 5, 576, 616. 
Montville, Ct., 291, 395,494, 602. 
Moody, 188. 
Moonshire, 188. 
Moore, 188, 309, 366. 
Moral Philosophy, Prof, of, 142, 

396, 419, 616. 
Mordock, 190. 
Morgan, 190, 508. 
Morland, 191. 
Moro Castle, 635. 
Morrell, 191. 
Morris, 191. 

Morrisiana, N. Y., 191, 270, 365. 
Morristown, Pa., 587. 
Morrison, 191. 
Morron, 191. 
Morse, 191, 296, 474. 
Morton, 192. 
Moses, 192. 
Mosher, [93. 
Moshier, 193. 
Mosier, 193. 
Moskwa, 193. 
Moskwa, Prince of, 118. 
Mott, 193, 433. 
Motte, 130. 
Moulton, 193, 194. 
Mountain, Rocky, 572. 
Mount Ararat, S. C, 21, 179. 
Mount Benedict, S.^C, 530. 



Mountville, N. Y., 479. 

Mowry, 194, 19, 473, 605. 

Mudge, 196, 41, 62, 65, 6t, 68, 
86, 100, 117, 147, 185, 196, 
202, 204, 27s, 294, 303, 314, 
319, 353, 372, 379, 382, 387, 
388, 392, 453, 488. 

Muenscher, 196. 

Muencher, 196. 

Mulatto, 569, 613. 

Mulcock, 196. 

Mullasky, 196. 

Mumford, 196. 

Munday, 198. 

Munich, Ger., 569. 

Munroe, 198, 44, 273, 394, 558. 

Munro, 199. 

Munyan, 201. 

Murat, 201. 

Murch, 201. 

Murder, 632. 

Murdock, 201, 64, 219, 235, 358. 

Murphy, 201. 

Murray, 20 r, 573. 

Music, 571. 

Musician, 562. 

Music, History of, 633. 

Mussey, 202. 

Myers, 202. 

Myles Church, 282. 

Myrick, 202. 



N 



Nabob, Asiatic, 573. 

Nahant, Mass., 606. 

Nancy, Brig, 616. 

Nansemond Co., Va., 595. 

Nantucket, Mass., 21, 25, 38, 49, 
62, 80, 92, 103, 104, 119, 
152, 166, 172, 173, 180, 187, 
208, 209, 217, 220, 225, 236, 
237, 24s, 246, 251, 261, 264, 
265, 272, 308, 309, 312, 345, 
361, 366, 374, 396, 418, 435, 
480, 492, 495, 516, 542, 557, 
560, 569, 630. 



INDEX 



IXl 



Nantucket Inquirer, 92, 180. 

Naples, 177, 20 r. 

Napoleon, 228,448, 512, 521, 542, 

56 [, 569- 
Narragansett, 326. 
Nash, 202. 
Nashville, Tenn., 97, 116, 154, 

212, 284, 285, 300, 386, 430, 

549. 
Nashville, Tenn., University, 

597- 
Nason, 202. 

Nassau, Duchy of, 503. 
Nassau, N. P., 391, 583, 622. 
Nassau, N. Y., 57,558. 
Natchez, Miss., 79, 184, 508, 

57'. 573.612, 617, 633. 
Natchez Mississippian, 550. 
Natic, Mass., 188. 
Natic, R. I., 69, 74, 238, 359, 517. 
Nation, Cherokee, 286. 
National Advocate, 248, 313. 
National Aegis, 293, 606. 
National Constitution, 617,638. 
Natural History, Prof, of, 296, 

569. 
Natural Philosophy, Prof, of, 212, 

259. 370. 390, 417- 

Naturalist, Prussian, 505. 

Nautical Commander, 505, 513, 
565, 575. 580. 

Naval OfHcer, 162, 167, 600. 

Na^'y, British, 486, 632. 

Navy, Secretary of, 395. 

Navy, United States, 26, 30, 38, 
47. 59. 68, 78, 87, 90, 100, 
103, III, 129, 140, 141, 145, 
149, 152, 166, 174, 179. 183, 
190, 191, 222, 232, 233, 242, 
243, 244, 247, 254, 259, 270, 
274, 286, 2Z)0, 293, 301, 314, 
315, 316, 325, 328, 332, 335. 
347. 363, 368, 370. 378, 383. 
387, 391. 395. 405. 410. 423. 
426, 432, 438, 439, 453. 455. 
485, 487, 490, 492. 495. 499. 
503, 5 '9. 522, 549, 552, 561. 
576, 577. 594, 606, 607, 619, 
625. 

Navy Yard, 434, 579. 



Navy Yard, Charlestown, Mass., 

279. 
Nayson, 203. 
Neal, 203. 
Needham, 203. 
Neff, 203. 
Negros, 628, 575. 
Neil), 203, 43 K 
Neilson, 203. 

Nelson, 203, 184, 352, 632. 
Nesler, 204. 
Nestell, 204. 
Netherlands, 204. 
Netherlands, Europe, 266. 
Netherlands, Minister to, 81. 
Nevins, 204. 
New, 204. 

Newark, N. J., 179, 593. 
New Albany, Ind., 504. 
New Alexandria, 175. 
New Bedford, Mass., 26, 28, 32, 

39, 41. 42. 46, 47. 48, 55, 56. 
62, 67, 72, 82, 93, 94, 98, 105, 
126, 134, 136, 139, 143, 146, 

151, 152, 154, 156, 171, 173. 

204, 210, 212, 218, 224, 225, 

226, 230, 241, 244, 245, 253, 

259, 26r, 163, 266, 269, 275, 

282, 283, 289, 291, 292, 295, 

296, 297, 299, 300, 304, 305, 

310, 312, 320,322, 324, 333, 

334. 335. 339. 34i- 342. 348, 

350, 351, 359. 368, 373. 378, 

379. 380, 383, 384, 394, 397, 

405, 407, 408, 413, 415, 419, 

431,437.439,442, 445. 450, 

458, 470, 477, 480, 483, 487, 

491. 495, 516, 517, 518, 520, 

521, 523, 538, 567, 605, 639, 

Newbern, N. C, 306, 333. 

Newbold, 204. 

New Braintree, Mass., 578. 

New Brunswick, 219, 264, 603. 

New Brunswick, N. J., 461. 

Newbury, Mass., 254, 301. 

Newburyport, Mass., 55, 59, 80, 

87, 98, 127, 161, 165, 186, 

192, 203,232, 233, 251, 268, 

307. 308, 346. 369. 384. 416. 
418, 474, 487, 497, 635. 



LXII 



INDEX 



Newcomb, 204. 

Newell, 204, S3, 453, 552. 

New England, 534, 612. 

New England Coffee House, 

169. 
New Foundland, 483, 591. 
Newhall, 205. 
New Hampshire, 36, 84, 358, 

540, s6o, 579. 
New Hampshire Assembly, 254. 
New Hampshire, Governor of, 

27, 191, ass- 
New Hampshire Patriot, S4. 189. 
New Hampton, N. Y., 3S4. 
New Harmony, N. Y., 219, 291. 
New Haven, Ct., 27, 36, 38, S7. 

67, 69, 8s, 94, 97, 176, 201, 

203, 213, 261, 263, 294, 295, 

31 r, 361,365.367, Z7h 2,77, 

407, 411, 412, 421, s8o, 603, 

61 r, 612, 638. 
New Haven Co., Ct., 214. 
New Haven Journal, 242. 
Newingtfln Society, Ct., 587. 
New Ipswich, N. H., 186, 347. 
New Jersey, 353, 406, S49. SSo, 

583, 586, 614, 617. 
New Jersey, General Assembly 

of, 262. 
New Jersey, Governor of, 29, 

586. 
New Jersey, U. S. Senator of, 

565. 
Newlands, 205. 

New Lebanon, N. Y., 75, 91, 289. 
New London, Ct., 65, 119, 126, 

182, 242, 268, 282, 366, 368, 

378, 391, 4 '6, 430, 434. 444. 

507, 516,567,604. 
Newman, 205. 

New Market, N. H., 273, 291. 
New Marlboro, Mass., 37, 391. 
New Marlboro, N. H., 553. 
New Millford, Ct., 324, 587. 
New Mills, N. J., 576. 
New Orleans, La., 79, 113, 127, 

190, 241, 348, 412, 413, 416, 
, 422, 426, 475, 477, 482, 497, 

506, 514,546, 552, 555, 557, 

559. 560, 562, 568, 569, 570, 



New Orleans, La., — Continued. 
574, 592, 597, 599, 601, 612, 
615, 624, 631, 634, 638. 

New Orleans Gazette, 133. 

Newport, 206. 

Newport, N. Y., 596. 

Newport, O., 562. 

Newport, R. L, 24, 25, 27, 28, 
29. 30, 32, 36, 38, 40, 41, 42, 
45,46,47,48, 49, 52, S3, 54. 
50, 57, 61, 62, 63, 64, 66, 67, 
68, 72, 73, 74, 75, 79, 80, 81, 
83, 85, 86, 89, 90, 94, 97, 102, 
103, 104, 108, 112, 114, 116, 
118, 119, 120, 121, 122, 124, 
125, 126, 127, 128, 129, 132, 

133, 135, 139. '40. 141. 142, 

144, 14s, 149, 153, 154, 155, 

156, 157, 158, 159, 160, i6i, 

162, 163, 165, 166, 168, 171, 

172, 173. 174. 175, 176, 177. 

178, 180, 181, 183, 184, 187, 

188, 189, 190, 191, 192, 193, 

194, 196, 197, 198, 199, 200, 

201, 202, 203, 205, 206, 207, 

209, 210, 211, 212, 213, 216, 

217, 219, 220, 221, 222, 223, 

224, 225, 228, 229, 230, 231, 

232, 236, 237, 238, 239, 243, 

244, 245. 246, 248, 251, 252, 

253, 254, 25s, 256, 257, 259, 

261, 262, 264, 265, 266, 270, 

271, 272, 273, 274, 275, 277, 

278, 280, 281, 282, 283, 284, 

28s, 286, 287, 288, 289, 290, 

291, 292, 293, 294, 297, 298, 

300, 303, 30s, 306, 308, 309, 

310, 311, 312, 313, 314, 315, 

316, 317, 318, 321, 322, 323, 

324,325, 327, 328, 329, 330, 

332, 333, 334, 335. 337, 338, 

339. 340, 341, 342, 344. 345, 

346, 348, 349, 350, 351, 353, 

354, 355. 356, 357. 358, 359, 

360, 362, 364, 365. 366, 367, 

368,371, 373, 374, 375, 376, 

377. 378, 379, 380, 382, 383, 

384, 385, 386, 387, 388, 389, 

390, 391, 393, 395. 396, 399. 

401, 403, 405, 406, 407, 408, 



INDEX 



LXIII 



Newport, R. I., --Continued. 
409, 410, 411, 413, 415, 419, 
421, 422, 423, 424, 425, 426, 
427, 428, 429, 432, 433, 435, 
438, 442, 443, 444, 445, 446, 
447. 448. 449. 452, 453, 454, 
4SS, 45;. 462, 463, 464. 468, 
469, 470, 471. 472. 473. 474. 
47S, 478,479.481, 482, 484. 
485, 486, 488, 489, 490, 491, 
492, 495. 496, 497. 500, 506. 
507. 509. 510, 512, 513, 515, 
516, 517, 518, 520, 521, 522, 
528, 529, 530, 532, 536, 538, 
541, 542, 543, 544, 545, 547. 
548, 549, 550, 551, 554, 555, 
556, 557. 559. 560, 561, 565, 
567, 570. 571. 573. 574. 577- 
578. 579, 581, 584, 585, 586, 
589. 590, 59', 592, 594. 595. 
596, 597. 598. 599. 602, 604, 
605, 606, 607, 609. 610, 614, 
616, 617, 618, 619, 620, 621, 
622, 62^, 6j4, 627. 628, 630, 
631, 632, 634,636, 638, 639. 

Newport Hank, 3^4, 483. 

Newport Harbor, 505, 564, 605. 

Newport Mercury, 128. 

Newport, Ship, 631. 

New Providence, Ind., 590, 591, 
617. 

New Shoreham, R. I., 26, 46, 64, 
78, 140, (86, 221,. 290, 295, 
305, 356, 432, 608. 

Newton, 206, 393. 

Newton, Mass., 52, 75, 87, 93, 
108, 219, 344.457- 

New York, 21, 23, 26, 27, 28, 30, 
35, 40, 42, 46, 48, 49, 50, 52, 
55. 56, 57. 58, 59, 61, 62, 65, 
68, 69, 70, 71, 75. 76, 79. 80, 
81, 82, 85, 86, 87, 88, 90, 94, 
95, 97, 100, loi, 102, 103, 
104, 105, 1 10, III, 114, IIS, 
120, 121, 123, 125, 131, 132, 

134. 138. 139, 140, 141. 142, 

143, 14s, 148, 149, 152, 153, 

159, 164, 165, 167, 169, 172, 

173. 175. 176, 178, 179. 180, 

183, 185, 186, 187, 188, 191, 



193. 197. 198. 199. 200, 201, 
202, 203, 204, 205, 207, 209, 
216, 217, 218, 219, 223, 224, 
230, 232, 238, 239, 240, 241, 
242, 243, 245, 248, 252, 254, 
255, 256, 257, 261, 262, 264, 
266, 267, 269, 270, 273, 282, 
287, 288, 289, 290, 291, 293, 
204, 295, 296, 298, 302, 304, 

305. 313. 314. 315. 316, 322, 
324, 325, 327, 328, 330, 333, 

334. 336. 339. 340, 344. 347, 
349. 350, 353- 362, 364, 365, 
366, 367, 368, 370, 371, 373, 
378, 385, 388, 389, 394, 395, 
396, 398, 401, 404, 407, 409, 
418, 420, 421, 422, 423, 424, 
425, 427, 432, 435, 436, 441, 
442, 445. 446, 452, 453, 454, 
455. 461, 465. 467. 468, 470, 
473. 474.475. 478. 481, 484. 
48s, 485, 489, 490, 492, 495, 
496, 498, 508, 509, 510, 512, 
514, 517, 520, 521, 534, 540, 
542, 543, 548, 549. 552, 555, 
556, 557, 560, 561, 563, 566, 

567. 569. 573. 575. 576, 577, 
578, 582, 585, 592, 593, 594, 
597, 599, 602, 605, 606, 607, 
610, 611, 613, 620, 633, 635, 
638, 640. 

New York Bank, 90, 474. 

New York Bishop, 57, 86. 

New York Enquirer, 87. 

New York Gazette, 120. 

•New York Governor, 100, 104. 

New York Harbor, 565, 637. 

New York Hospital, 531, 535. 

New York, Member Congress 
of, 152. 

New York, Park Theatre, 55, 

545- 
New York, U. S. Senator of, 123, 

336. 
News Room, Commercial, 557. 
Ney, 118, 193, 528. 
Niagara, Frontier, 543. 
Nichols, 207, 215, 530, 622. 
Nicholas, 208. 
Nickerson, 208. 



LXIV 



INDEX 



Nicklye, 209. 

Niger, 209. 

Nightingale, 209, 598. 

Niles, 209. 

Nitcher, 209. 

Noah, 209. 

Nobb, 584. 

Nobleboro, Me., 298, 299, 497. 

Nobleman, Scotch, 637. 

Nobles, 209, 584. 

Nodawa River, 625. 

Nooning, 209. 

Norfolk, Va., 37, iii, 122, 140, 
220, 347, 383, 424, 438, 482, 
519, 522, 523, 540, 552, 559, 
561, 567, 578, 598,618, 631. 

Norfolk Co., Va., 189, 564. 

Norfolk St., Strand, Eng., 342, 
481. 

Norman, 210. 

Norris, 210, 238, 253, 291, 323, 
401, 411, 500. 

Norristown, Penn., 587. 

Northam, 210. 

Northampton, Eng., 504. 

Northampton, Mass., 80, 81, 141, 

169, 301, 335, 361, 370, 427, 

43 r, 496, 506, 540, 599, 638. 
Northboro, Mass., 468. 
North Branford, Ct., 541. 
Northbridge, Mass., 100, 357, 

381, 429, 465, 507, 511, 545, 

550, 595, 628. 
North Bridgewater, Mass., 310, 

463, 464. 
North Brookfield, Mass., 565. 
North Carolina, no, 132, 142, 

321, 422, 438, 542, 543, 583. 
North Carolina, Governor of, 184, 

369 

North Church, 313. 

North Church, Salem, 503. 

North End, Providence, 530, 626. 

Northfield, Mass., 68, 320. 

Northfield, N. H., 493. 

North Kingstown, R. I., 24, 25, 
29. 40, 42, 45, 46, 48, 54, 78, 
97, 100, 125, 126, 133, 161, 
172, 207, 208, 210, 211, 220, 
232, 242, 259, 270, 276, 279, 



290, 303, 30s, 316, 318, 323, 
354, 355, 360, 367, 385, 388, 
390, 404, 405, 409, 419, 427, 
440, 447, 452, 453 461, 469, 
472, 481, 513, 514. 517, 536, 
537, 542, 547. 554, 565. 575- 

576, 613, 615, 618, 620, 624. 
North Providence, R. I., 24, 25, 

30, 34, 43, 44, 48, 53, 62, 65, 
70, 7Q, 78, 80, 85, 92, 93, 95, 
98, 100, 104, 106, 107, I!5, 
126, 128, 129, 131, 133, 134, 
135, 142, 148, 151, 152, 163, 
174, 180, 181, 183, 194, 195, 
211, 214, 215, 216, 225, 226, 
228, 233, 239, 247, 250, 251, 
260, 265, 269, 270, 275, 280, 
283^ 290, 291, 295, 302, 304, 
310, 314, 318, 328, 329, 331, 
332, 333, 334- 336, 339, 34i, 
342, 343, 344, 345, 346, 368, 

372, 375, 377, 385, 394, 399. 
400, 405, 410, 413, 428, 430, 

447,451, 452,456, 459. 460, 
461, 468, 473, 474, 476, 479, 
482, 483, 489, 499, 503, 524, 
525, 526, 527, 528, 532, 538, 
551,571, 582, 596,613, 622, 
629, 632, 634, 639. 

North Stonington, Ct., 89, 380, 
512. 

Northumberland, 210. 

Northuniberland, N. Y., 30, 201. 

Northup, 210, 46, 207, 211, 237, 
271, 305, 354, 38s, 405, 409. 
453. 575- 

North Yarmouth, Mass., 24, 112. 

Norton, 211. 

Norton, Mass., 23, 25, 58, 62, 
112. 119, 130, 131, 135, 136, 
151, 200, 204, 244, 245, 250, 
272,289, 313,328, 331, 348, 

354. 361. 367, 371. 375, 376, 
393,406,424,451,45s, 456, 
484, 490, 523, 532, 534, 539, 

577, 580, 608, 609. 
Norwell, 212. 

Norwich, Ct., 25, 36, 37, 46, 52, 
56, 57, 73. 79. 81, 120, 121, 
122, 128, 143, 148. 161, 165, 



INDEX 



I.XV 



202, 210, 225, 240, 242, 270, 

271, 272, 287, 323, 326, 347, 
349, 371,410,431,470, 478, 

484, 529, 538, 544. 554. 574. 

595, 606, 617. 
Norwich Bank, 606. 
Norwich Falls, Ct., 530. 
Norwich, N. Y., 73, 173, 179, 

545. 625. 
Norwich, N. Y., Journal, 73, 

179. 
Norwich, Vt„ 608. 
Norwood, 212. 
Nott, 212. 

Nottingham, Md., 599. 
Nottinghamshire, Eng., 56, 59. 
Nourse, 212. 
Nova Scotia, Attorney General 

of. 599- ;.^ 

Noyes, 212, 192, 2i3,'282, 370, 

418. ' " 

Nubicon, N. C, 96. 
Nutter, 213. 
Nutting, 213. 
Nyberg, 213. 
Nye, 213. 



Oahu, 104. 

Oak, Md., ^^. 

Oak, Calvert Co., Md., 476. 

Oakham, Mass., 106. 

Oakhill, Md., 44. 

Oak Hill, Va., 294. 

Oathman, ^6, 105, 315, 327, 348, 

,-378,406,479- 
Oatlands, Va., 184. 
Ocean, Pacific, 607. 
Ocracock, N. C, 319, 432. 
Office, General Land, 443, 582. 
Officer, First, 545, 579. 
Officer, Naval, 162, 167, 600. 
Officer of the Revolution, 365, 

' : S13; 527, 533, 540, 55-3, 558, 
582, 610, 616, 620, 622, 625, 
•627. 
Ogdensburgh, N. Y.,'140. ' 



Ohio, 175, 505, 564, 614, 617. 

Ohio, Bishop of, 84. 

Ohio Falls, 562. 

Ohio, Governor of, in. 

Ohio, Member of Senate, 587. 

Ohio River, 558, 640. 

Ohio, Steamer, 598. 

Old Point Comfort, Va., 30, 387. 

Oldham, 213. 

Oldredge, 213. 

Oldridge, 213. 

Olds, 213. 

Olive Green, O., 614. 

Oliver, 213. 

O'Leary, 214. 

Olney, 214, 31, 48, 202, 312, 545. 

Olneyville, R. I., 31, 70,-98, 108, 
133, 147, 185, 202, 265, 283, 
342, 400, 526, 527, 604, 632. 

Olyphant, 216. 

Oman, 216. 

O'Meara, 216. 

Onderdunk, 94, 176, 197, 362, 

398. 473- 
Ondraluda, 216. 
Onion, 152. 
Only Son, Brig, 532. 
Ontario, Lake, 528. 
Ontario, N. Y. 44, 72. 
Onandaga Register, 276, 412. 
Opera, Italian, 153. 
Orazimbo, Brig, 514. 
Orchard, 216. 

Order of Imperial Reunion, 587. 
Order, Royal, 302. 
Orleans Gazette, 426. 
Ormsbee, 216. 
Orne, 217. 
Orphin, 217. 
O'Reilley, 227. 
Orr, 217. 
Orrock, 217. 
Orswell, 217. 
Orwell, Penn., go. 
Orwigsberg, Penn. ,51, 183. 
Osborn, 217, 218. 
Osborne, 217, 218, 429. 
Osburn, 2 18. 
Oscar, 218. . . , 
Osgood, 218. : . . ■ 



I,XVI 



INDEX 



Osterville, Mass., 26, 311. 

Osterville, N. Y., 143. 

Oswego, N. Y., 132. 

Oswell, 218. 

Othello, Ship, 503. 

Otis, 218. 

Otranto, 219. 

Otsego Co., N. Y., 59 

Otterson, 219. 

Oulcutt, 219. 

Owen, 219. 

Owens, 567, 580. 

Oxford, 219. 

Oxford, Mass., ^(i, 127, 157, 180; 
183, 188, 20s, 215, 332, 369, 
370, 371, 403. 410, 452, 457. 

539- 
Oxx, 219. 

Oyster Bay, N. Y., 55,97. 
Oysterville, Mass., 481. 



Pabodie, 219. 

Pacific Ocean, 607. 

Packard, 229. 

Packet Brig, 579. 

Packet Georgia, 630. 

Paddock, 220. 

Padelford, 220. 

Page, 220. 

Paine, 221, 52, 55, 219, 231, 260, 

276, 367, 388, 408, 468, 471, 

472, 4^4. 
Painter, 599. 
Painter, French, 593. 
Painter, Italian, 587. 
Paisley, Scot., 558. 
Palace of Casino, 497. 
Palestine, 602. 
Palfrey, 223, 64. 
Palisted, 223. 
Pallies, 223. 
Palmely, 223. 

Palmer, 223, 53, 96, 254, 419. 
Palmer, Mass., 438. 
Palmerter, 19. 



Pandrames, 392. 

Paoli, 111., 569. 

Paragon, Brig, 545. 

Paraiba, Brazil, 581. 

Pardee, 224. 

Paris, France, 47, icS, 129, 193, 
245. 3i4> 350, 370, 383, 392, 
396, 420, 422, 448, 12\, 528, 
532, 561, 573, 575, 576, 586. 
600, 610,622. ^ 

Paris, N. Y., 351. 

Parisen, 224. 

Park, 224, 387, 440, 489. 

Parke, 224. 

Park Hill, R. I.. 64. 

Park Theatre, N. Y., 56, 97. 

Parker, 224, 178. 

Parkerson, 226, 134, 366, 445. 

Parkhurst, 226. 

Parkinson, 226. 

Parkman, 226. 

Parks, 226, 81. 

Parliament, Member'of, 360, 472, 

523- 
Parma, Italy, 587. 
Parmenter, 226. 
Parrington, 226. 
Parrish, 226. 
Parish, 226. 
Parrott, 226. 
Parry, 226. 
Parson, 227. 
Parsonfield, O., 629. 
Parthian, Sloop of War, 637. 
Partridge, 227, 341. 
Parvin, 227. 
Passenger, 640. 
Pastor, 26, 82, III, 113, 215, 285, 

313,365,449,487, 496, 503, 

526, 541, 543, 575, 580, 590, 

59'. 593. 626. 
Pastor Elect, 93. 
Patch, 227. 

Patrick, 165, 271, 345. 
Patriot, 328, 359, 495, 553. 
Patriot, Baltimore, Md., 32. 
Patriot, New Hampshire, 59, 

189. 
Patriot of the Revolution, 612. 
Patron, 568. 



INDEX 



LXVII 



Patt, 227. ' 

Patten, 226, 19, 102, 127, 140, 

1,56, 207, 253, 283, 288, 290, 

313,317,410,423. 
Patterson, 228. 
Pattison, 23, 42, 48, 56, 65, 71, 

^^, 81, 116, 139, 140, 143, 
157, 165, 182, 213, 228, 277, 
297. 307. 350, 351.414. 429, 

448, 456, 467, 477, 483, 492, 
498. 

Paul, 228. 

Paull, 228. 

Paulling, 228. 

Paulowna, 229. 

Pawtucket, R. I., 22, 24, 27, 28 
29. 30, 34. 35. 36. 38, 40, 41 
42, 44, 45, 47.48, 51. 52. 53 
55, 57. 59. 62, 65, 66, 69, 70, 
71, 72, 74, 78, 79, 80, 82, 84, 
85. 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 96 
102, 105, 106, 107, 108, 109, 
no, 112, 114, 115, 117, 120, 
121, 125, 126, 127, 128, 129, 
132, 133, 134, 135, 137, 138 
139, 141, 142, 145, 146, 147 
149, 152, 155, 157, 159. 160^ 
162, 163, 164, 167, 169, 170: 
176, 180, 181, 182, 184, 185 
186, 194, 19s, 196, 200, 202 
203, 204, 205, 206, 208, 209, 
210, 211, 215, 216, 218, 219, 
225, 226,229, 231, 232, 233 
234, 235, 239, 240, 241, 252 
255, 256, 259, 260, 264, 267, 
269, 272, 273, 274, 275, 277 
279, 280, 281, 283, 285, 286; 

288, 289, 290, 291, 293, 294; 

29s, 296, 297, 299, 300, 302 
303. 304. 306, 307, 310, 320 

322,323, 325, 328, 330, 33 1 
332, 333. 334, 336. 337. 338 
339, 343. 344, 345, 346. 349 
353, 354. 3S8-. 361, 368, 371 
372, 374, 377, 379, 380, 382^ 
384, 394. 395. 397. 399, 4t>i 
402, 403, 40s, 407, 408, 409, 
414, 416, 417, 418, 419, 425 
426, 427, 428, 431. 432, 437i 
443, 444, 446, 447, 450, 452 



453. 456, 457. 460, 463, 465. 
467,468,470,471,473, 475. 
476, 477, 479, 480, 481, 482, 
483, 484, 486, 490, 491, 493, 
495,498,499, 515, 517. 522, 
527. 532, 534. 541, 544, 547, 
550, 552, 561, 566, 571, 574, 
575. 576, 578, 582, 587, 589, 
598, 599, 600, 60s, 609, 622, 
626, 632, 634. 

Pawtucket Bank, 95, 405. 

Pawtucket Chronicle, 179, 186. 

Pawtucket High School, 140. 

Pawtuxet, R. I., 33, 35, 36, 45, 
53, 57. 60, 61, 63, 68, 69, 71, 
76, 78,95,96, 107, no, 141, 
152, 167, 192, 209, 238, 247, 
249, 254, 259, 260, 262, 271, 
275, 276, 277, 279, 280, 281, 
288, 290, 311, 318, 319, 332, 
333, 334, 335, 337. 338, 339, 
340, 343, 346, 359, 364, 369, 
381, 392, 397, 408, 414. 427. 
432, 441, 465, 469, 479, 491, 
499. 504. 505. 518. 522, 528, 
533. 534, 536. 537. 550, 566, 
567, 587, 605, 6og, 610, 618, 
636. 

Pawtuxet Falls, 608. 

Payen, 229. 

Payerne, 229. 

Paymaster General, 606. 

Payson, 229. 

Peabody, 229. 

Peabodie, 229. 

Peace, Justice of, 563, 571. 

Peace, 230. 

Peacham, Vt., 583. 

Peacock, Sloop of War, 599. 

Pearce, 230, 30, 331, 506. 

Pearse, 230. 

Pease, 83, 164, 168, 199, 235, 306, 
347, 366, 430. 

Pearson, 232. 

Peck, 233, 37, 213, 234, 267, 373, 
557- 

Peckham, 236, 153, 154,317, 467, 
496. 

Pederson, 238. 

Pedlar, 542. 



LXVIII 



INDEX 



Peekskill, N. Y., 607. 

Peers, 239. 

Peirce, 239. 

Peirse, 239; 

Pierce, 241. 

Peirson, 232. 

Pelham, Mass., 278. 

Pelham, N. H., 638.. 

Pelican, British Ship, 513. 

Pelew Isles, 594. 

Pelenze, 241. 

Pembleton, 241. 

Pembroke, Mass., 40, 47, 107, 

149, 164, 169, 275, 372, 562, 

6io, 620. . 
Pembroke, N. H., 191, 255. 
Pendleton, 241. 
Penick, 366. 
Pennell, 241. 
Penniman, 241. 
Pennington, 241. 
Penno, 241. 
Pennsylvania, 517, 548,:549, 563, 

606,611. 
Pennsylvania, Eastern District of, 

427. 
Pennsylvania, Governor of, 309, 

350, 563. 
Pennsylvania, U. S. Senator of, 

288. 
Penrise, 241. 

Pensacola, Fla., 601, 606, 612, 618 
Pensioner of the Revolution, 486, 

522, 524, 558, 566, 567, 572, 

576, S77> 585, 587. 603, 634. 
Pepperill, Mass., 573. 
Percival, 241. 
Perham, 242. 
Perkins, 242, 37, 118, 258, 261, 

272, 278. 
Perrigo, 243. 
Perrin, 243. 
Perrotte, 243. 

Perry, 243, in, 384, 483, 640. 
Perth, U. C. 506.- 
Pertz, 245. 
Perugi, Italyj 272. 
Peruvian Ship, 630. 
Peterboro, Eng., 438. 
Peterboro, N. H,, 186... 



Peters, 245. 

Petersburg, Va., 599. 

Petersham, Mass., 227, 236, 307, 
460, SSI. 578. 

Peterson, 24S. 

Petrie, 245. 

Petty, 246., ^ 

Pettey, 246. 

Pettebone, 246. 

Petengill, 246. 

Pettingill, 246. 

Pettis, 246, 577. 

Phelps, 246. 

Phenix, R. I., 545. 

Phenix, Columbian, 4S6. 

Phetteplace, 247. 

Philadelphia, 21, 30, 3S.T36, 39. 
44, SS. S6, 57. 59. 60, 66, 67, 
70, 73. 76, n, 79. 80, 81, 83, 
87, loi, 104, 119, 129, 132, 
141, 143, 148, 156, 166, 167, 
173. 17s, 176. 178, 179, 184, 
190, 191, 194, 196, 201, 203, 
204, 222, 226, 227, 228, 229, 
231, 335. 239, 240, 241, 261, 
268, 283, 28s, 292, 293, 29s, 
299. 302, 304. 306, 307, 309, 
312, 3' 5. 330. 332. 335, 338, 
357. 361, 364, 367. 378, 386, 
3S9, 404, 420, 427, 431, 437, 

449,451-453.477, 482, 484, 
493. 497. 503, 504. 508, 512, 
513- 522, 543. 547- 554. 556, 
563. 575. 577. 579. 586, 590, 
591. 595. 596, 610, 611, 612, 
613, 618, 621, 625, 628, 630, 
638, 640. 

Philanthropist, 247. 

Philbrooks, 247. 

Philips, 247. 

Philleo, 159, 169. 

Phillips, 247, 23, 46, 60, 93, ,147, 

IS2, 186, 190, 200, 217, 236, 

257, 261, 270, 272, 312, 317, 

323, 324, 346, .372, 377, 379. 

' 394,452. 

Pbillips, Me,, 358. 

Phillips, Mass., 270. 

Philosophy, Prof.; of.^Moral, 142, 
: 396, 4 14,, 4 19, 616. 



INDEX 



LXIX 



Philosophy, Natural, 212, 370, 

396, 417. 
Phinney, 250. 
Phippen, 250. 
Phipps, 250. 

Physician, 189, 509, 555,600, 612. 

Pickens, 250. 

Pickering, 250, 24, 25, 26, 30, 38, 
42,43,44, 51, 54,55,58, 59, 
60,62, 65, 70,73,74, 81, 8s, 
86, 88, 89, 90, 93, 95, 97, 98, 
101, 103, 104, no, 114, 119, 
120, 128, 134, 141, 142, 143, 
144, 145, 147, 148, 149, 157, 
164, 168, 169, 180, 183, 185, 
187, 189, 190, 192, 200, 205, 
210, 2i6, 226, 228, 229, 235, 
241, 243, 246, 249, 253, 254, 
255, 260, 266, 274, 275, 277^ 
288, 289, 291, 297, 300, 301, 

307, 309, 310,313, 318, 319, 
320, 323, 324, 329, 330, 331, 

333, 342, 344, 349, 355, 357, 
359. 363. 368, 374, 376, 385, 
387, 388, 389, 390, 391, 392, 

397, 400, 401, 402, 409, 412, 
413, 423, 430, 431, 432, 436, 
438, 447, 458, .460, 463, 464, 
465, 466, 469, 471, 473, 481, 
482, 485, 495, 498, 499, 500. 

Pickett, 250. 
Pickford, 236. 
Pickman, 250. 
Pidge, 250. 
Pierce, 374. 
Pierpoint, 420. 
Pike, 250. 
Piketon, O., 534. 
Pillmore, 226, 332. 
Pinckney, 251. 
Pinkney, 251. 
Pinkney farm, 108, 251. 
Pinkham, 251. 
Pingry, 251. 
Pinn, 251. 
Pinnegar, 251, 
Pionepr, .590. 
Piper, 251. 

Pipen, 23, 112, 130, 139, 284 316, 
334- 



Pirrson, 251. 

Pisa, Italy, 5 88, 594. 

Pistol, 580. 

Pitcher, 252. 

Pitman, 252, 78, 96, 114, 16,2, 
21 r, 216, 245, 246, 251, 258, 
273, 287, 289, 308, 332, 361, 
410, 419, 429, 494. 

Pitt, 104, 367. 

Pitts, 253. 

Pittsburgh, Penn., 474, 481, 559, 
595, 638. 

Pittsfield, Mass., 30, 114, 121, 

, 160,255,352,391,442,575. 

Place, 253. 

Placide, 254. 

Plainfield, Ct., 33, 79, 112, 115, 
116, 131, 132, 159, 170, 190, 
216, 261, 306, 311, 352, 363, 
415, 444, 448, 457, 458, 460, 
464, 486, 573, 595, 601. 

Plainfield, N. Y., 546. 

Planter, 128, 295. 

Platoon, 638. 

Plattner, 254. 

Pittsburgh, N. ¥.,276,412,587, 
625. 

Plattsburgh, Penn., 137, 341. 

Pleas, Court of Common, 533, 
565, 568, 601. 

Plorney, 254. 

Plough, 254. 

Plumley, 254. 

Plummer, 254. 

Plymouth, Eng., 513. 

Plymouth, Mass., 32, 48, 62, 63, 
68,87,88, 173, 190, 218,249, 
256, 272, 288, 304, 355. 372, 
387, 388, 393,396,410, 437, 
453. 465. 466. 476, 477, 509, 
510, 558, 585, 601. 

Plymouth, Governor of, 602. 

Plyri^ipton, Mass., 396. 

Pocahontas, Brig, 536. 

Poet, 189. 

Poet, British, 523. 

Poetess,' 80, 326. 

poetical Writer, 520. 

Poindexter, 254. 

Point Peter, W. I., 528. 



LXX 



INDEX 



Poisoned, 573, 616. 

Pole, 254. 

Polhill, 254. 

Polk, 254. 

Pollard, 255. 

PoUey, 255. 

Polytecnic School, 610. 

Pomfret, Ct., 23, 24, 35, 37, 50, 
66, 70,71,119, 127, 144, 171, 
178, 191, 207, 226, 242, 243, 
256, 280, 284, 299, 314, 315, 

339. 352, 373. 377, 412, 413. 

425, 428, 432, 461, 466, 475, 

482, 516, 524, 545, 546, 567, 

574. 627. 
Pompey, N. Y., 130, 160, 551. 
Pomroy, 255. 
Pomeroy, 255. 
Pond, 25s, 369. 
Pontiac, 55, 283. 
Pool, 255. 
Poole, 255. 
Poore, 255. 
Pope, 25s, 519- 
Pope Leo XII, 572. 
Port au Prince, W. I.. 523, 525, 

578, 616, 638. 
Port Saguana, 445. 
Port William, Ky., 515, 519. 
Porter, 256, 127, 144, 226, 284, 

482, 596. 
Portland, Me., 60, 70, 79, 136, 

175, 178, 194, 196, 212, 215, 

254, 26s, 338, 340, 364, 407, 

416, 429, 443, 446, 454, 564, 

580, 601, 602. 
Portsmouth, N. H., 86, 90, 107, 

134, 143, 219, 239,247, 253, 

293, 31S. 33G. 346, 398, 412, 
449, 467, 589, 607, 622, 626. 

Portsmouth, N. C., 319, 432. 

Portsmouth, O., 618. 

Portsmouth, R. I., 25, 27, 28, 30, 
32,42, 46, 49, 75, 80,85, 92, 
94, 95, 115, u8, 124, 125, 
126, 154, 155, 175, 193, 198, 
199, 200, 202, 2i8, 219, 221, 
229, 237, 238, 240, 246, 248, 
259, 260, 272, 277, 291, 303, 
310, 316, 321, 322, 323, 324, 



Portsmouth, R. I., — Continued. 
329, 330, 332, 333. 34 f. 359. 
371. 373. 383, 384. 386, 389. 
390, 393. 401. 402,411. 412, 
422, 426, 429, 442, 444, 445, 
446, 447, 458, 463, 472, 486, 
488, 504, 510, 519, 520, 528, 
529. 530, 554, 556, 576, 590, 
591. 599. 610, 623, 624. 

Portsmouth, Va., 149, 423, 487. 

Portugal, name, 257. 

Portugal, 352. 

Post, 257. 

Post, Evening, 633. 

Post, Free, 374. 

Postmaster, 131. 172, 386, 415, 
505, 516, 548, 552, 596, 604, 
628. 

Postmaster, Asst., 124, 264. 

Postmaster General, 178, 230, 
283,422, 561. 

Potowomut, 597. 

Potter, 257, 44, ^^, 80, 85, 86, 91, 
114, 167, 225, 227, 262, 264, 
272, 301, 310, 337, 338, 353, 
362, 363, 380, 381, 390, 411, 
425, 440, 443. 444. 448, 459. 
475, 482, 490, 537. 

Potter, Journeyman, 283. 

Pottle, 261. 

Potts, 261. 

Pottsgrove, Penn., 268, 484. 

Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 72, 93, 341, 
394, 448, 487, 598. 

Powder Mill, 533, 544 

Powe, 261. 

Powell, 261, 223. 

Power, 262, 302. 

Pownal, Vt., 590. 

Prall, 262. 

Prairie, Emperor of the, 580. 

Pratt, 262. 

Pray, 263. 

Preacher, 189, 625. 

Preacher, Baptist, 629. 

Preacher, Female, 285. 

Preceptor, 75, 173, 268, 287, 405, 
5'S, 561. 

Prentice, 263. 

Prentiss, 263. 



INDEX 



LXXI 



Presbury, 263. 
Presbrey, 263. 
Prescott, 264, 564. 
Preserving, Life Bed, 552. 
Presboe, 264. 

President of United States, 600. 
President's Mansion, 254. 
President, U. S. Ship, 159, 204, 

573- 
Press of the United States, 507. 
Preston, 264, 31, 33, 149, 163, 

176, 207, 215, 228, 256, 258, 

263, 265, 278, 416, 451, 467, 

485. 
Preston, Ct., 260, 290, 342, 359, 

401, 48s, 495, S05, 507. 
Preston, Penn., 147. 
Prevost, 264. 
Price, 264. 
Price's Rocks, 631. 
Priest, 264. 
Prime, 264. 
Prince, 264. 
Primer, 264. 
Prince, 264. 
Prince of Coburg, 131. 
Prince of Eichtstadt, 569. 
Prince Fredericktown, Md., 564. 
Prince George Co., Eng., 487. 
Prince George Co., Md., 152. 
Prince Linangen, 108, 159. 
Prince Moskwa, 118. 
Prince Regent, 51, 586. 
Prince William Co., Va., 206. 
Princess, 265. 

Princess Ann Co., Md., 584. 
Princess of Saxe Coburg, io8, 

IS9- 

Princeton, Mass., 181, 418, 519. 

Princeton, N. J., 185, 256, 296, 
368. 

Princeton University, 543. 

Principal, 46, 140, 624. 

Printer, 47, 63, 86, 117, 156, 169. 
175, 184, 205, 228, 245, 251, 
299, 308, 35°. 353, 367- 412, 
456, 498, 500, 507, 509, 57 1, 

583, 585. 
Prior, 265. 



Prison, British, 591. 

Prison, State, 633. 

Prisoner of War, 625. 

Prisoners, British, 521. 

Privy Council, 553. 

Prize, Brig, 582. 

Probate, 568. 

Proctor, 265. 

Procurator, Ancient, 576. 

Professor, 207, 235, 298, 506, 514, 

563. 
Professor of Biblical Literature, 

307- 
Professor of Civil History, 569. 
Professor of Chemistry, 214, 297. 
Professor of French Literature, 

402. 
Professor of Mathematics, 212, 

259. 296, 307, 396, 417, 581. 
Professor of Metaphysics, 142, 

419. 
Professor of Moral Philosophy, 

142, 396, 414, 419, 616. 
Professor of Natural History, 

296, 569. 
Professor of Natural Philosophy, 

Brown University, 175. 
Professor of Natural Philosophy, 

212, 259, 370, 396, 417. 
Professor of Rhetoric, 495. 
Professor of Spanish Literature, 

402. 
Profitt, 266. 
Prenning, 266. 
Prophet, 266. 
Proprietor, 82, 164, 176, 349, 

392,407,421, 509, SS3, 591, 

612, 633. 
Prospect, 266. 
Protestant Episcopal Church,. 

625. 
Proud, 266. 
Prout, 266. 
Proutey, 266. 

Providence, R. L, 19 to 640. 
Providence District, 162. 
Providence Gazette, 379. 
Providence River, 566. 
Provincetovirn, Mass., 62. 



LXXII 



INDEX 



Provincial Congress of Mass., 

S68. 
Pruden, 99, 498. 
Prudence Isle, 260, 516. 
Prudhomme, 266. 
Prussia (name), 266. 
Prussia, 204, 576. 
Prussian Naturalist, 505. 
Pruyn, 266. 

Publisher, i6o, 179, 182, 184, 186, 
- 208, 211, 212, 248, 250, 313, 

328, 395, 4n. 435- 476, 484. 

544- 
Pufferj 190, 209, 224. 
Pugh, 266. 
Pulaski, 31. 
Pulaski's Legion, 31. 
PuUen, 266. 
Pulsifer, 266. 
Punchard, 267. 
Punderson, 267. 
Purdy, 267. 
Purington, 267. 
Purkes, 267. 

Purser, 30, 270, 391, 632. 
Putnam, 267, 332. 
Putnam, Ct., 478. 
Putney, 267. 
Putney, Vt., 246, 540. 
Pyne, 267. 



O 



Quack, 615. 

Quackenboss, 267. 

Quarman, 267. 

Quartermaster, 562. 

Quaker, Schooner, 549, 555, 560, 

611, 625, 638. 
Quarrel, 568, 570, 599. 
Quarter Deck, 600. 
Quebec, Can., 139-, 260, 287, 367, 

560, 568, 581,599- 
Quebec, District of, 581. 
Queen, 268. 
Quincy, Mass, 64, 77, 175, 209, 

451, 506, 507,531. 546. 



Quiner, 268. 
Quirogia's Army, 508. 
Quohogs, 632. 



Rabbitt Jumping, 58, 150. 

Radius, Brig, 549, 638. 

Radius, Brigantine, 584. 

Radnor, Penn., 612. 

Ralford, 268. 

Ralph, 268. 

Ralston, 268. 

Rambler, Schooner, 516. 

Ramsey, 268. 

Rand, 268. 

Randall, 268. 

Randolph, 270. 

Randolph, Mass., 131, 160, 223, 

449- 

Randolph, Vt., 73. 

Rankin, 270. 

Ranks, 270. 

Ransom, 270. 

Rathbone, 271. 

Rathburn, 270. 

Raven, 271. 

Ravenna, O., 542. 

Rawson, 271. 

Ray, 272. 

Raymond, 272. 

Raymond, N. H., 188. 

Raynham, Mass., 23, 25, 40, 60; 
75, loi, 112, 113, 124, 130, 
134, 135, 189, 213, 223, 263, 
289, 290, 304, 305, 313, 315. 
342, 344, 348, 349, 363, 368, 
438, 439, 462, 463, 471, 472, 
474, 478, 479, 481, 491, 523, 
589. 609. 

Rea, 272. 

Read, 272, 93,448, 510. 

Reading, Ct., 149. 

Reading, Petin., ig6. 

Reading, Vt, 558. ' 

Rebellion, Shay's, 627. 

Recorder, Boston, 26, 484, 

Recorder, City, 71, 476. 



INDEX 



LXXIII 



Recorder, Weekly, 217. 

Records (name), 276. 

Rector (name), 563. 

Rector, 28, 57, 7r, 86, 148, 257, 
263,308, 313, 330,424, 433> 
454. 464. 486, 581, 598, 640. 

Red Bank, Battle of. 536. 

Redding, 276. 

Redfield, 276. 

Redford, Penn., 611. 

Reed, 273, 45, 203, 230, 306. 

Reefing, 532. 

Reformed Dutch Church, 565. 

Regency, 503. 

Regent, 104. 

Regent, The Prince, 51, 586. 

Register, 209, 436. 

Register, Mobile Commercial, 
566. 

Register, Onandago, N. Y., 276, 
412. 

Register, Southbridge, 21 r, 349. 

Registrar, County, 568. 

Regicide, 521. 

Regiment, 6th, 570. 

Regiment, 22d, 531. 

Regiment, 37th, 613. 

Regiment of Light Artillery, 
221. 

Rehoboth, Mass., 22, 29, 37, 41, 
52, 68, 69, TT, 80, 88, 100, 
106, 108, III, 112, 119, 123, 
125, 130, 154, 160, 162, 163, 
164, 165, 166, 167, 172, 179, 
192, 194, 197, 205, 206, 207, 
208, 213, 218, 220, 221, 230, 
231, 233, 234, 23s, 239, 240, 
244, 245, 249, 251, 269, 273, 
274, 276, 290, 296, 302, 311, 
313, 314, 325, 33 >. 338, 340, 
341, 392, 395, 398, 400, 406, 
412, 423, 429, 430, 442, 444, 
446, 450, 454, 455, 457, 458, 
461, 462, 464, 471, 474, 477, 
479, 485, 488, 492, 504, 509, 
513, 514, 516, 517, 531. 549, 
559. 560, 561. 583. 584. S85. 
S92, 593, 594. 595. 596, 602, 
605, 608, 614, 616, 617, 618, 
626, 628, 629, 634, 639. 



Reill, 276. 

Relph, 276. 

Remington, 276. 

Remittance, Brig, 557. 

Renches, 277. 

Republican Herald, 250. 

Republican Herald, 250. 

Republican, Maryland, 84. 

Republican, Rhode Island, 160. 

Republican, Savannah, 204. 

Reporter, Columbian, 350, 442. 

Representative, 551, 563, 629. 

Representative, House of, 230. 

Representative in Congress, 586, 
" 633. 

Representative, Speaker House 
of, Connecticut, 545. 

Representative, House of, Mis- 
souri, 298. 

Representative, House of, Mis- 
sissippi, 578. 

Representative, House of, Penn- 
sylvania, 325. 

Representative, House of, Vir- 
ginia, 553. 

Representative, U. S., House of, 
630. 

Respass, 277. 

Reunion, Imperial Order of, 587. 

Revenue Cutter, 630. 

Revenue, Inspector of, 536. 

Revere, 278. 

Revein, 278. 

Review, Edinburgh, 90, 474. 

Revolution, French, 578, 610. 

Revolution, Spanish, 509. 

Revolution, The, 516, 517, 518, 

538, 554, 559- 
Revolution, Officer of, 365, 513, 

527. 533. 540, 553. 558, 582, 

610,616,620,622, 625, 627. 

Revolution, Patriot of, 612. 

Revolution, Pensioner of, 486, 

522, 524, 558, 566, 567, 572, 

576. 577. 579, 585, 587, 603, 

634- 
Revolution, Soldiers of, 27, 31, 

51, 58, 103, III, 151, 181, 
183,264,291,352, 357, 433, 
449.493. 495. 496. 510, 513, 



liXXIV 



INDEX 



Revolution, Soldiers of, — Con^ 
tinued. 

515,518, 520, 532, 538, 546, 

548, 553. S54> SSS. 558, 560, 
561, 563, 569, 571, 573, 574, 
577. 58/ 586, 587, 593, 594. 
595, 599, 602, 603, 606, 607, 
61 r, 612, 619, 620, 621, 623, 
630, 632, 635. 

Revolutionary Army, 568. 

Revolutionary War, 511, 512. 

Rex, 278. 

Rexford, 40, 84, 85, 105, 107, 
114, 118, 14s, 146, 155, 164, 
168, 171, 173, 198, 220, 231, 
235, 240, 296, 303, 329, 338, 
348,408, 413, 418, 455, 457, 
491. 

Reynolds, 278, 52, 314. 

Rhetoric, Professor of, 495. 

Rhode Island, 44, 72, 182, 239, 
242,314, 342, 359, 392, 449, 
523, 532, 535. 543. 545. 556, 
564,567, 573. 597. 617, 618, 
639- 

Rhode Island American, 19 to 
640. 

Rhode Island, Bank of, 576. 

Rhode Island, Central Bank of, 

537- 

Rhode Island, Chief Justice of, 
471. 

Rhode Island College, Graduate 
of, 580. 

Rhode Island, District Court of, 
558. 

Rhode Island, Governor of, 584. 

Rhode Island, Lieut. Governor 
of, 265, 329, 471. 

Rhode Island, Member of Con- 
gress from, 232. 

Rhode Island Republican, 160. 

Rhode Island, U. S. Senator of, 

635. 
Rhodes, 280, 33. 
Rhino, 281. 
Ribourne, 468. . 
Rice, 281. 

Ricebpro, Ga., 245, 378. 
Rich, 282!, 122, 2,39. 



Richard, Brig, 598. 

Richard, 283. 

Richards, 282. 

Richardson, 283. 

Richmond. 284, 103, 264, 582, 

639- 
Richmond Co., Va., 100. 
Richmond, Mass., 75, 295, 314. 
Richmond, N. H., no. 
Richmond, N. Y., 424. 
Richmond, R. I., 89, 98, 109, 114, 

134, 278,279, 290, 319, 329, 

332. 354, 360. 
Richmond Street Church, Prov., 

147, 483- 
Richmond, Va., 31, 46, 137, 165, 

294, 315, 344. 444, 485, 506, 
507, 509. 560, 589, 605, 613, 
625, 627, 629, 636, 639. 

Richard, 286. 

Richston, 286. 

Riddle, 286. 

Rider, 286. 

Ridge, 286. 

Ridgeley, 286. 

Riley, 286. 

Ring, 286. 

Rio Janeiro, S. A., 436, 496. 

Ripley, 287, 392, 514, 578, 633. 

Rising Sun, Sloop, 595. 

Ritchie, 287. 

Rives, 370, 422. 

River, Big Beaver, 570. 

River, Deleware, 579. 

River, East, N. Y., 552. 

River, Gonbia, 594. 

River, Gunandotte, 558, 640. 

River, James, 575. 

River, Missouri, 552. 

River, Nodawa, 625. 

River, Ohio, 558, 640. 

River, Providence, 566. 

River, St. Mary's, 510. 

Rivers, 287. 

Roadrick, 287. 

Robbery, Mail, 512. 

Robbins, 287, 19, 68, 145, 164, 
288, 415. 

Roberts, 288, 134. 

Robertson, 289. 



INDEX 



LXX^ 



Robertsville, S. C, 176, 197. 

Robespierre, 578. 

Robey, 289. 

Robinson, 289, 45, 598. 

Rob Roy, Ship, 548. 

Roche, 291. 

Rochelle, Fr., 129. 

Rochester, Mass., 29, 94, 108, 
187, 198, 199, 203, 238, 292, 
297, 312, 407, 42s, 514, 518, 
544, 562, 573, 582, 604. 

Rochester, N. H., 417. 

Rochester, N. Y., 120, 217, 223, 
234, 622. 

Rochester, N. Y., Telegraph, 
234, 256. 

Rockbridge Co., Va., 177. 

Rockingham, Vt., 96. 

Rockwell, 291. 

Rocky Mountains, 572. 

Rodman, 292. 

Rodney, 292. 

Roebuck, 292. 

Roffee, 292. 

Rogers, 292, 426. 

Rogerson, 294. 

Roger Williams, Ship, 602. 

Rolands, 294. 

Roluff, 294. 

Rollers, Steam, 558. 

Rome, Italy, 314, 497, 566, 571, 
589, 591. 

Rome, N. Y., 6r, 75, 577. 

Romeyn, 201, 232, 257, 324. 

Romulus, N. Y., 150, SSI. 

Rood, 294. 

Root, 294. 

Roper, 294. 

Ropes, 294. 

Rose, 294, 304. 

Rose Street, N. Y., 193. 

Roser, S22. 

Ross, 29s, 64, 72, 137. 

Ross, Lord, 69. 

Rossario, 29s. 

Rosseter, 29S. 

Rossiter, 29s. 

Rotch, 295. 

Rothchild, 49s. 

Round, 296. 



Rounds, O., 243. 
Rounds, 296. 
Rous, 297. 
Rovenell, 297. 
Rowe, 297. 
Rowland, 297. 
Rowley, 297. 
Rowley, Mass., 22, 478. 
Roxborough, Mass., 35s. 
Roxbury, Mass., 30, 70, ^^, 78, 
86, 119, 132, 144, 179, 186, 

217.315,318.331, 345, 37;, 
402, 407, 458, 466, 468, 471, 
Si8, 522, 600, 602, 624. 

Royal Brunswick Theatre, 519, 
S84. 

Royal Gazette, S09. 

Royal Order, 302. 

Royal Scots. 29. 

Royal Society, S53- 

Royalton, Mass., 330. 

Royalton, Vt., 416. 

Roys, 297. 

Ruff, 297. 

Rugg, 297. 

Ruggles, 297. 

Ramrill, 298. 

Rumson, 298. 

Runnells, 298. 

Rupture, S42. 

Rush, 298. 

Rushworth, 298. 

Russell, 298, S62. 

Russell, N. Y., 615. 

Russian Diplomat, 383. 

Russian Emperor, 229. 

Rutland, Mass., 628. 

Rutland, Vt., 177. 

Ruttenburgh, 300. 

Rutledge, 300. 

Ryan, 300. 

Ryland, 40S. 



S. B, Kenawha, Steamer, S58, 

640. 
Sabin, 300. 
Sabine, 301. 



LXXVI 



IJJDEjX 



Sackett, 301. St. 

Sackett's Harbor, N. Y., 35, 140, 

204,350,495.. St. 

Saco, Me., 283, 415. St. 

Saddleworth, Eng., 611. 
Sadler, 301. St. 

Saddler, 301. St. 

Safety, Committee of, 578. St. 

Safford, 301. 

Sag Harbor, L. I., 578. St. 

Sage, 301. 

Sageant, 302. St. 

Saguana, Port, 445. 
Sail Rock, Me., 566. St. 

Sailing Master, 519. St. 

St. Agnon, 302. St. 

St. Albans, 302. St. 

St. Albans,. Eng., 302. 
St. Albans, Vt., 612. St. 

St. Anger, 302. 
St. Augustine, Fla., 137, 163, 

579- 
St. Bartholomew, W. I., 519. 
St. Barts, W. I., 593. St. 

St. Bias, 515. 

St. Charles, Mo, 44, 176. St. 

St. Christopher, W. I., 402. St. 

St. Clair, Penn., 326, 409. 
St. Cria, W. I., 409. St. 

St. Croix, W. I., 465. 
St. Domingo, W. I., 595. St. 

St. Esprit French Church, N. 

Y., 28. St. 

St. Francisville, La., 330, 396. 
St. George's Church, L. I., 628. 
St. Helena, 392* 589. . St. 

St. Jago, W. I., 548. 
St. Jagoda, W. I., 583. St. 

St. James Church, London, 324, 

390. St. 

St. James Church, Philadelphia, 

166. St. 

St. John's Church, Canandaigua, St. 

N. Y., 176. St. 

St. John's, N. B., 640. St. 

St. John's Church, Providence, St. 

"26, 78, 90, 92,. 94, 99, 100, 

138. 165, 177, 178, 197, 206, St. 

209, 221, 287, 313, 314, 316, St. 

394. 477- 



Johnsbury, Vt., 123, 167, 385, 

533, 635- 
Kitts, W. L, 1.59. 
Louis, Mo., 49, 72, 123, 305, 

433. 544> 563. 569. 
Louis, Mo., Inquirer, 49. 
Louis, Bay of, 573. 
Luke's Church, New York, 

!93- 

Mark's Church, New York, 

309- 
Mark's Church, Warren, 249, 

346. 

Mary's College, 591. 
Mary's, Ga., 321, 550. 
Mary's River, 510. 
Maurice's Church, Eng., 67, 

462. 

Michael's Church, Bristol, 

100, 155, 186, 196, 198, 200, 

225, 230, 234, 261, 304, 344, 

352, 418, 420, 423, 434, 469, 

490. 

Michael's Church, Marble- 
head, 598. 

Michael's, France, 512. 
Paul's Church, Boston, 193, 

390, 4 '8. 
Paul's Church, Hopkinton, 

Mass., 418. 
Paul's Church, Newburyport, 

268. 

Paul's Church, Pawtucket, 

24, 71, 84, 226, 331, 382, 

403, 405, 408, 486. 

Paul's Church, Wickford, 

316. 
Peter's Church, Pawtucket, 

252. 
Peter's Church, Philadelphia, 

166. 

Petersburg, Russia, 612. 
Pierre, W. I., 547. 
Pierre, Isle of, 591. 
Simon's Isle, Ga., 598. 
Stephen'.s Church, Wilkes- 

barre, Penn., 330. 
Stephen's Church, Penn., 148. 
Thomas, W. I., 53, 152, 280, 

468. 



INDEX 



LXXVII 



St. Vincents, W. I., 6io. 

Salem, Ct., 119. 

Salem, Mass., 24, 44, 49, 56, 62, 
63, 86, 95, no, III, 116, 
120, 130, 132, 138, [45, 153, 
186, 188, 191, 202, 203, 204, 
210, 223, 227, 228, 229, 230, 
241, 24s, 250, 263, 265, 267, 
284, 291, 294, 302, 308, 309, 
315,318,325,328,333. 337, 
' 345- 346, 362, 365> 364- 373, 
378, 389. 393, 409, 412, 428, 
436, 445, 453, 459, 463, 468, 
484, 487, 493, 494, 495, 497, 
S03, 530, 550, 552, 557, 558, 
593, 615. 

Salem, Mass., Gazette, 191. 

Salem Messenger, 175. 

Salem Theatre, 182, 204. 

Salem, N. H., 446, 548. 

Salem, N. J., 175. 

Salina, N. Y., 552. 

Salisbury, 302. 

Salisbury, Ct., 41 1. 

Salisbury, Mass., 186. 

Salisbury, N.H., 569, 587. 

Salla, 303. 

Sally, Sloop, 579. 

Salm, 303. 

Salmes, 304. 

Salms, 304. 

Salutes, 572. 

Samarang, Java, 350, 422, 603. 

Sampayo, 304. 

Sampson, 304, 477, 499. 

Sampson, Brig, 622. 

Samuels, 304, 

Sanborn, 304, 134, 187, 208, 238, 
333, 344, 384,400, 410, 417, 
451. 

Sanborntown, N. H., 159, 394. 

Sanderson, 304. 

Sandlake, N. Y., 522. 

Sandford, 304, 474. 

Sands, 304. 

Sandwich Isles, 104, 384, 635. 

Sandwich, Me., 138. 

Sandwich, Mass, 73, 97, 113, 
150, 298, 299, 464, 487, 488. 

Sanford, 304, 439, 463. 



Sanford, N. H., 518. 
Sanger, 306, 

Santo Martha, S. A., 588. 
Sarah Ralston, Ship, 596. 
Saratoga, N. Y., 66, 140, 622. 
Sargeant, 83. 
Sargent, 306. 
Sarle, 306. 
Sassafras Point, 535. 
Saugatuck, Ct., 240. 
Saugus, Mass., 153. 
Sault, Marshal, 129. 
Sault St. Marie, 113, 362. 
Saunders, 306. 
Savage, 307. 

Savannah, Ga., 50, 54, 71, 93, 99, 
100, loi, 134, 139, 151, 175, 

187, 203, 207, 212, 220,j222, 

258,274, 285, 314, 386, 389, 

398, 443, 448, 466, 484, 498, 

505,506, 509, 516, 519,1523, 

536,55s, 556, 563, S67,!57o, 

581, 583, 588, 612, 633. 
Savannah Harbor, 564. 
Savannah Republican, 204. 
Savannah, La Mar, W. I., 264. 
Savary, 307. 
Savery, 307. 
Sawin, 307. 
Sawyer, 307. 
Saxe Coburg, Princess of, 108, 

159. 
Saxonville, Mass., 38. 
Saxony, 265. 
Saxton, 308. 

Saybrook, Ct., 36, 209, 422. 
Saybrook Point, 581. 
Sayer, 308, 435. 
Sayers, 262, 466. 
Sayler, 308. 
Sayles, 308. 
Say ward, 309. 
Scaffold, 573. 
Scarborough, 309. 
Schaack, 309. 
Schenectady, N. Y., 201, 212, 

259,295, 6r4, 615. 
Schermerhorn, 309, 
School Books, 510. 
School Mission, 21 1-, 286. 



I,XXVIII 



INDEX 



Schooner Astoria, 518. 

Schooner Baltic, 593. , 

Schooner Belvedere, 651. 

Schooner Deodamia, 631. 

Schooner Enterprize, 584. 

Schooner Favorite, 596. 

Schooner Firefly, U. S. 506. 

Schooner Franklin, 566. 

Schooner Lafayette, 586. 

Schooner Leaf, 547. 

Schooner Lucretia, 533. 

Schooner. Quaker, 549, 555, 560, 
611, 625, 638. 

Schooner Rambler, 516. 

Schooner Washington, 605. 

Schooner William, 615. 

Schooner William Sheldon, 547. 

Schovel, 309. 

Schreakagast, 309. 

Schuyler, 309 

Scientific Expedition, 552. 

Sciota Gazette, 310. 

Scituate, Mass., 127, 558, 560. 

Scituate, R. I, 30, 33, 34. 35,40, 
44, SO, 52, 54, 65, 69, 70, 74, 
87, 98, 107, 112, 115^ 116, 
127, 128, 140, 147, 153, 154, 
170, 171, 194, 195, 215, 218, 
228, 231, 234, 23s, 236, 238, 
247, 248, 249, 257, 258, 259, 
260, 268, 269, 271, 272, 276, 
280, 290, 303, 306, 309, 312, 
314, 318, 319, 323, 324, 327, 

333, 335, 336, 337, 340, 34i, 
344, 360, 363, 369, 386, 387, 
388, 392, 39S, 407, 430, 440, 
442, 445, 459, 470, 478, 489, 
498, 511, 519, 525, 526. 533, 

535, 53S, 539, 541, 547, 549, 
566, 576, 581, 595, 623, 624, 
629. 

Scoharie, N. Y., 570. 

Scotch Nobleman, 637. 

Scotland, 569, 634. 

Scott, 309, 76, 91. 

Scots, Mary Queen of, 586. 

Scots, Royal, 29. 

Scotts Pond, 532. 

Scoville, 311. 

Scudder, 311. 



Scuffle, 540. 

Sculpture, French, 587. 

Seabury, 311. 

Seaconnet Point, 557. 

Seager, 311. 

Segar, 311. 

Seagrave, 311. 

Seaman, 516, 539, 549, 551, 560, 
569, 574, 575, 580, 607, 611, 
612, 613, 622, 625, 633, 638. 

Seamans, 311, 54, 95, no, 136, 
142, 155, 171, 192, 199, 213, 
217, 254, 278, 294, 315, 464. 

Searle, 312. 

Searles, 312. 

Sears, 312. 

Seatle, 313. 

Seaver, 313. 

Seavernes, 313. 

Second Baptist Church, Boston, 
552. 

Second Baptist Church, Crans- 
ton, 111,385. 

Second Church, Beverly, Mass., 

255- 

Second Congregational Church, 
Newport, 156, 423. 

Second Unitarian Church, 412. 

Second Unitarian Church, Prov- 
idence, 249, 326. 

Second U. S. Infantry, 88, 455, 
613. 

Society of Antiquarians, 553. 

Secretary, 151. 

Secretary of Navy, 395. 

Secretary of State, 341, 512, 580, 
586, 606. 

Secretary of War, 531, 554. 

Secretary U. S. Legation, 168, 

395- 

Sedan, France, 76, 229. 

Sedgwick, 313. 

Seekonk, Mass., 22, 32, 44, 48, 
65, 67, 78, 79, 81, 82, 83, 84, 
88, 92, 95, 96, 99, 104, 109, 
114, 118, 122, 123, 125, 126, 
129, 131, 137, 149, 162, 164, 
166, 167, 168, 174, 175, 179, 
180, 184, 199, 204, 206, 208, 
211, 215, 216, 217, 222, 233, 



INDEX 



IXKIX 



Seekonk, Mass., — Continued. 
234, 23s, 239, 240, 243, 246, 
248, 252, 258, 266, 272, 273, 
274, 277, 288, 289, 290, 300, 
302, 306, 308, 3 IS, 316, 322, 

324. 325, 330, 332, 333. 336, 
340. 341, 342, 347, 352, 361, 

369, 372, 374. 379. 385. 390, 

395. 40s. 406, 408, 410, 411, 

417, 419, 424, 426, 429, 430, 

433. 442, 445. 449. 450, 454. 

455. 457. 458. 459. 461, 464. 

468, 470, 476, 480, 494, 500, 

504. 513, 514. 515. 516. 517, 
518, S30, 531. 532, 551. 552, 
559, 560, 580, 581, 584, 585, 
588, 593, 594. 595. 597, 598, 
615, 617, 619, 623, 626, 629, 
632. 

Seekle, 313. 

Seine Civil Tribunal, 576, 

Seixas, 313. 

Sellman, 313. 

Seminary, 578. 

Seminary, Episcopal, 624. 

Seminary, Wesleyan, 405. 

Seminole Chief, 628. 

Sempronius, N. Y., 499, 597. 

Senate, Member of, 578. 

Senate, Member of Ohio, 587. 

Senator, 511. 

Senator, State, 506, 568, 629, 

Senator, U. S., 51, 67, 177, 178, 
254, 368, 382, 394, 540. 

Senator, U. S., in Congress, 508. 

Senator, U. S., from Delaware, 
128. 

Senator, U. S., from Massachu- 
setts, 62. 

Senator, U. S., from Mississippi, 
488 

Senator, U. S., from New Jersey, 
565. 

Senator, U. S., from New York, 
123. 

Senator, U. S., from Rhode 
Island, 635. 

Senator, U. S., from Vermont, 
603. 

Senator, U. S., from Virginia, 
606. 



Senior Class, Member of, 505. 

Senter, 313. 

Sentinel, Indiana, 581. 

Sergeant, 314. 

Serrell, 314. 

Service, British, 542. 

Sessions, 314. 

Sewell, 314. 

Sexton, 314. 

Seymour, 314. 

Sfargosi, 314. 

Shaff, 314. 

Shaller, 315. 

Shannon, British Ship, 503, 553, 

613. 
Shapley, 315. 
Shares, 315. 
Sharon, Mass., 44, 62, 282, 342, 

630. 
Sharp, 3 IS, 37, 262, 332, 391, 403, 

S69. 
Sharpe, 315. 
Shattuck, 3 IS. 
Shaw, 3 IS, 202. 
Shay, 318. 

Shay's Rebellion, 627. 
Shearer, 318. 
Shed, 318. 
Shedall, 318. 
Sheffey, 318. 
Sheffield, 318. 
Sheffield, Eng., 634. 
Shefford, Eng., s86. 
Sheldon, 318, 154. 
Shelley, 319. 
Shelton, 320. 
Shenandoah, Va., 600. 
Shepard, 320. 
Sheperd, 320, 284, 416, 469, 493, 

627. 
Sheperd, the Ettrick, S9, 248. 
Sheperdson, 320. 
Sheperdtown, Va., 571. 
Sheperd, 321. 
Sherbourne, Mass., 54, 78, loi, 

306, 410. 
Sherbourne, Vt., 528. 
Sherden, 321. 
Sheridan, 321, 
Sheriff, 130, 438, 506, 512, S17. 

S2I, S63, 601. 



LXXX 



INDEX 



Sheriff, Deputy, 518. 

Sheriff, High, 602. 

Sherley, Mass., 508, 563. 

Sherley Park, Eng., 129, 417. 

Sherman, 321. 

Sherwood, 324. 

Shield, 324. 

Ship Alciope, 575. 

Ship Alliance, 515. 

Ship Ann, 601. 

Ship Asia, 515, 612, 630. 

Ship Atlas, 562. 

Ship Bellerophon, British, 514. 

Ship Brigham, 590, 

Ship Boston, 587. 

Ship Caledonian, 507. 

Ship Canton, 516. 

Ship Chesapeake, U. S., 553, 

613. 
Ship Columbia, 549. 
Ship Congress, U. S., 505. 
Ship Constellation, U. S., 610. 
Ship Constitution, U. S., 503, 

S06, 569, 639. 
Ship Cyane, U. S., 579. 
Ship Cynthia, 574. 
Ship Decoy, U. S., 512. 
Ship Deamond, 576, 611. 
Ship Enterprise, U. S., 576. 
Ship Guerriere, British, 607, 613, 

639- 
Ship Harold, 612. 
Ship Helen, 575. 
Ship Independence, 555. 
Ship Indian Chief, 482. 
Ship John Adams, U. S., 625. 
Ship Lady Provost, 625. 
Ship Lexington, U. S., 590. 
Ship Little Belt, British, 573. 
Ship Liverpool, 605. 
Ship Macedonian, British, 523. 
Ship Mecellus, 504. 
Ship Mary Almy, 592. 
Ship Mohawk, 573. 
Ship Newport, 63 [. 
Ship Othello, 503. 
Ship Pelican, British, 513. 
Ship Peruvian, 630. 
Ship Rob Roy, 548. 
Ship Roger Williams, 602. 



Ship Shannon, British, 503, 553, 

613. 
Ship Sarah Ralston, 596. 
Ship Susan, 545. 
Ship Triton, 57, 176. 
Ship Tyre, 63 1 . 
Ship Union, 534. 
Ship United States, U. S., 523. 
Ship Victory, .632. 
Ship Washington, 630. 
Ship William Baker, 520, 532, 

574- 
Shipwreck, 506, 547, 549, 560, 

586, 587, 632. 
Shipman, 176. 
Shippee, 324. 
Shirwick, 324. 
Shocleford, 329. 
Shoemaker, 522. 
Sholes, 324. 
Shopkeeper, 588. 
Shoreham, Vt., 503. 
Shorey, 324. 
Shores, 324. 
Shockley, 324. 
Shorckley, 324. 
Short, 325. 

Shot Tower Mansion, 607. 
Shove, 325, 595. 
Shrewsbury, Mass., 48, 87, 128, 

203, 267, 299, 330, 338, 341, 

433. 449> 450, 458. 572, 610. 

Shrewsbury, Vt, no. 

Shubrick, 325. 

Shumway, 325. 

Shunk, 325. 

Shurtleff, 325, 35, 36, 60, 68, 69, 
71, 95, 107, 141, 193, 238, 
249, 260, 277, 280, 319, 322, 

340, 343. 377. 397. 481. 
Shurtliff, 325. 
Shute, 325. 

Sias, 325, 76, 162, 488. 
Sibbons, 325. 
Sibley, 326. 
Sicily, 265. 
Sidmouth, 508. 
Sidmouth, Lord, 508. 
Sigourney, 326. 
Silisia, 588. 



INDEX 



LXXXI 



Silk, 326. 

Silliman, 326. 

Silloway, 326. 

Simmons, 326. 

Simonds, 326. 

Simons, 326, 596. 

Simpson, 326. 

Sing Sing, N. Y., 598. 

Singer, 120. 

Singleton, 329. 

Sinking, 329. 

Sisson, 329. 

Sitgrives, 330. 

Sixth Regiment, S70. 

Sixth U. S. Infantry, 587. 

Skating, 579. 

Skein of Yarn, 631. 

Skelding, 330. 

Skettle, 330. 

Skiff, 330. 

Skillman, 330. 

Skilling, 330. 

Skinner, 330. 

Skip with, 331. 

Skuttle, 565. 

Slack, 331. 

Slade, 331, 166, 230, 328, 331, 

344, 442, 520. 
Slater, 332. 
Slatersville, R. I., 24, 35, 131, 

160, 331, 332, 367, 382, 488, 

489. 499, 538, 567- 
Slatter, 332. 
Sleeper, 332. 
Sleeman, 332. 
Slibbens, 332. 
Slidel], 332. 
Sloane, 333. 
Slocum, 332. 
Sloop Candidate, 505. 
Sloop Caroline, 600. 
Sloop Cosmopolite, 573. 
Sloop Cyane, U. S., 509. 
Sloop Flash, 505. 
Sloop Henry, 601. 
Sloop Keziah, 632. 
Sloop Mary, 618. 
Sloop Rising Sun, 595. 
Sloop Sally, 579. 
Sloop of War Parthian, 590. 



Sloop of War Peacock, 599. 

Sloop of War Vandalia, 574. 

Slover, 333. 

Small, 333. 

Smallpox, 534. 

Smalley, 334. 

Smart, 334. 

Smith, 334, 19, 25, 67, 94, iss. 
171, 198, 223, 304, 328, 329, 
334,375,394,408,437. 5", 
551, 597, 619, 629. 

Smithfield, R. I., 22, 23, 24, 30, 

33, 34, 35. 37, 42, 43, 44, 48, 
49, 50, 53, 54, 55, 65, 73, 76, 
81, 82, 83, 87, 89, 90, 91, 92, 
93, 96, 98, 102, 104, 107, 
108, no, 113, 116, 12 [, 122, 
129, 134, 135, 142, 149, 150, 
152, 153, 156, 157, 158, 160, 
163, 168, 170, 171, 173, 176, 
178, 180, 181, 182, 184, 185, 

192, 193. 194, 195, '96, 197, 

202, 203, 205, 208, 211, 214, 

215, 216, 221, 222, 223, 228, 

229, 234, 23s, 247, 248, 249, 

252, 253, 256, 263, 269, 270, 

272, 273, 274, 275, 277, 280, 

281, 283, 286, 288, 289, 290, 

291, 292, 293, 295, 297, 302, 

303, 307, 308, 309, 310, 312, 

313, 317, 318, 319, 321, 322, 

325,329. 331, 332, 333. 335. 

336, 337. 338, 339. 340. 341, 

342, 343,344. 345. 35i, 353, 

355. 356, 357, 362, 363, 367, 

368, 371, 374, 375, 376, 377, 

381, 382, 384, 388, 392, 393, 

397, 404, 413, 414, 4 '5, 416, 

417, 419, 423. 425. 427, 433, 

436, 437,440. 441, 444, 446, 

448, 452, 459, 460,461, 463, 

464, 466, 468, 470, 471, 475, 

478, 480, 485, 487, 489, 490, 

491, 492, 497.499. 5'0, 511, 

520, 524, 525, 526, 527, 529, 

533, 534, 535, 536. 537, 538, 

539. 543, 544. 546, 547, 553, 

558, 563, 565, 571. 575, 584, 

586, 60s, 606, 608, 609, 613, 

617, 620, 621, 622, 623, 626, 
627, 628, 633, 637. 



LXXXII 



INDEX 



Smithfield Exchange Bank, 489. 

Smoot, 347. 

Smyrna, 112, 180. 

Snell, 347. 

Snelling, 347. 

Snodgrass, 347. 

Snow, 347. 

Snowden, 350. 

Snow Storm, 508. 

Snyder, 350. 

Society, Bachelor, 69. 

Society, Bible, 549. 

Society of Friends, 520, 528, 
529. S33. 534, 535- 542, 543, 
554, 555, 557, 595, 596, 597, 
S99, 60s, 606, 615,617, 618, 
619, 620, 623, 627, 628, 631. 

Society Hill, S. C, 193. 

Society, Royal, 553. 

Soesman, 350. 

Soldier, 579. 

Soldier of the Revolution, 27, 31, 
51, 58, 103, iir, 151, 181, 
183, 264, 291, 352, 357, 433, 
449, 493,495, 496, 510, 512, 
515, 518, 520, 532, 538, 546, 

548, 553. 554, 555, 558, 560, 
561, 563, 569, 571, 573, 574, 

57;, 579. 583, 586, 587, 593, 
594. 595, 599, 602, 603, 606, 
607, 611, 6r2, 619, 620, 521, 
623, 630, 632, 635. 

Soldier, United States, 612. 

Somers, Brig, 519. 

Somerset, 350. 

Somerset, Mass., 21, 25, 47, 132, 
146, 147, 158, 159, 187, 191, 
192, 217, 32s, 328, 343, 344, 

389,457, 464.471, 472, 488, 
515, 528, 529, 530, 564, 598, 
599, 60s, 627. 

Somersworth, Mass., 320. 

Somersworth, N. H., 236, 344. 

Soper, 350. 

Sophomore Class, 547, 597. 

Sortie, The, 543. 

Sowle, 350. 

Soule, 350, 300. 

Soult, 396. 

Sourabaya, E. I., 536. 



South Burwick, Me., 633. 
Southbridge, Mass., 81, 93, 151, 

169, 21 r, 349, 522, 46r, 476, 

526, 546. 
Southbridge Register, 211, 349. 
South Bridgewater, Mass., 45, 

130, 262, 287. 
Southboro, Mass., 610. 
South Boston, 328, 490. 
South Carolina, 69, 172, 183, 190, 

239,273, 274, 300, 3 IS, 338, 

42r,4S4, 484, 519, 543, 603, 
638, 640. 

South Carolina, Bishop of, 298. 

South Carolina College, 581. 

South Carolina, Governor of, 
520. 

South Carolina, Lt. Governor of, 
603. 

South Dennis, Mass., 123, 305. 

Southgate, 350. 

Southington, Ct., 573. 

South Kingstown, R. I., 21, 25, 
26, 29, 45, 46, 53, 54, 59, 61, 
75, 97, '09, 125, 172, 197, 
202,207, 212, 221, 229, 236, 
237, 238, 244, 245, 257, 258, 
259, 266, 278, 279, 286, 290, 

291, 295. 303. 311. 335, 341, 

360, 362, 368, 384, 385, 386, 

398, 409, 419, 432, 442, 443, 

45i,4'54, 480, 486, 515, 528, 

530, 531. 537. 543, 544. 545, 

556, 571, 591, 592, 598, 601, 
617, 619, 621, 622, 624. 
South Leicester, Mass., 37, 196, 

369- 
South Natick, Mass., 559. 
South Orange, N. J., 621. 
South Reading, Mass., 36, 81, 

224. 339. 352, 389. 476. 
South Seas, 586. 
Southward, 351. 
Southwick, 351. 
Southworth, 351, 19. 
Spain (name), 352. 
Spain, 257, 509. 
Spanish Consul, 530. 
Spanish Literature, 402. 
Spanish Revolution, 509. 



INDEX 



LXXXIII 



Spark, 3S2. 

Sparks, 352. 

Sparta, Ala., 24. 

Spartansburgh, S. C, 534, 535. 

Spaulding, 352, 307, 493. 

Speaker, 230, 298, 578, 

Speaker of House, 422. 

Speaker, House of Representa- 
tives, Ct., 545. 

Spear, 352. 

Spears, 353. 

Spellmen, 353. 

Spencer, 353, 139, 615. 

Spencer, Mass., 281. 

Sperry, 354- 

Spider, 638. 

Spiller, 354. 

Spindey, 354. 

Spink, 354. 

Spinney, 355. 

Spooner, 355, iii, 485. 

Sprague, 356, 29, 43, 65, 84, 127, 
208, 258, 269, 302, 312, 319, 
326, 375. 397. 436, 439. 440, 
567. 

Sprake, 357. 

Spring, 357. 

Springer, 357. 

Springfield, Mass., 61, 128, 218, 
316, 371. 457. 493, 498. 568, 
585. 

Springfield, Vt., 285, 396, 453. 

Springfield, Penn., 540. 

Sprout, 357. 

Spurr, 358. 

Squirrel Hunt, 554. 

Stacars, 358. 

Stacy, 358. 

Stacey, 358. 

Stafford, 358, 398. 

Stafford, Ct., 573. 

Stafford Co., Eng., 613. 

Stafford Springs, Ct., 223, 334. 

Stafford, Vt., 262, 429. 

Stage, 558, 603. 

Stage, Taunton, 591. 

Stager, 183. 

Stall, 359. 

Stallean, 359. 

Stamford, Cl., 27, 61, 432. 



Stamp Act, 554. 

Standish, 359. 

Standish, Me., 544. 

Stanford, N. Y., 618. 

Stanhope, 359, 

Stanley, 360 

Stanberry, 360. 

Stanton, 360. 

Stanwood, 361. 

Staples, 361. 

Star, Berkshire, 289. 

Star, Columbian, 331, 370. 

Starluck, 361. 

Stark, 622. 

Starkey, 361. 

Starks, 361. 

Starkweather, 361. 

Starr, 361, 631. 

Stasey, 362. 

Staten Isle, 394, 407, 408, 437, 

453. 604. 
State Bank of Indiana, 91. 
State Constitutional Convention, 

629. 
State, Department of, 499. 
State General Deputy, 576. 
State, Secretary of, 341, 512, 580, 

586, 606. 
State Treasurer, 612. 
State Prison, Mass., 602, 633. 
State Senator, 506, 568, 629. 
State Senator, Mass., 62. 
States, 362. 

Statesborough, S. C, 175. 
Statesman, The, 19. 
Statistical and Historical Writer, 

615. 
Staughter, 362. 
Stayner, 362. 
Stead, 362. 
Steadman, 362. 
Steam Machinery, 545. 
Steam Rollers, 558. 
Steamer Alabama, 561. 
Steamer Etna, 566. 
Steamer Fulton, 232, 638. 
Steamer McDonald, 581. 
Steamer Ohio, 598. 
Steamer S. B. Kenawha, 558, 

640. 



LXXXIV 



INDEX 



Stearnes, 362, 275. 

Stebbins, 362. 

Steek, 175. 

Steere, 362. 

Steib, 363. 

Stiles, 617. 

Stephens, 363. 

Stevenson, 364. 

Shephenson, 364. 

Sterling, 364, 515. 

Sterling, Ct., 65, 75, 89, 102, 131, 

132, 186, 244, 246, 321, 379, 

415,449, 451, 464, 470, 546, 

604. 
Sterne, 364. 
Sternes, 364. 
Sterry, 364. 
Sterrey, 364. 
Stetson, 364. 
Stevens, 365, 557. 
Stevenson, 365, 366. 
Steavenson, 365. 
Steuben, N. Y., 628. 
Steuben Co., N. Y., 408. 
Steward, 366. 
Steward, (trade) 613. 
Stewart, 366. 
Stewart Co., Ga., 603. 
Stuart, 366. 
Stickney, 366. 
Stienhauer, 367. 
Stiles, 292, 327. 
Stillman, 367, 449. 
Stillwell, 367. 
Stillwill, 367. 
Stilson, 367. 
Stimpson, 367. 
Stimpon, 367. 
Stiness, 367. 
Stites, 367. 

Stockbridge, Mass., 289. 
Stockman, 368. 
Stockton, 368. 
Stockwell, 368. 
Stoddard, 368, 55, 129, 147, 151, 

169, 388, 413, 424, 456. 
Stoddard, 368 
Stoke, Eng., 297, 421. 
Stokes, 368. 
Stone, 368, 132, 153, 247, 291, 

336, 386, 440, 441, 498. 



Stoneham, Mass., 365, 62$. 
Stonington, Ct., 26, ig, 49, 56, 

119, 133, 202, 212, 230, 246, 

253, 290, 339. 361, 362, 394. 

442, 457. 631. 
Stonington Borough, Ct., 221. 
Stonington, N. Y., 421. 
Storm, The Great, 637. 
Storrow, 369. 
Storrs, 370, 80, 467, 507. 
Stoughton, Mass., 58, 188, igr, 

351,429, 483. 
Stout, 370. 
Stow, 370. 
Stowe, 370. 
Stowell, 370. 

Stowe, Mass., 53, 270, 284, 453. 
Straught, 370. 
Stranahan, 370. 
Strand, Eng., 342, 481. 
Strange, 371. 
Stratford, 371. 
Stratford, Ct., 579. 
Stratford Co., N. H., 181. 
Stratford, N. H., 469. 
Stratham, N. H., 288. 
Straits of Sundu, 549. 
Stratten, 371. 
Stratton, 371. 
Street, 371. 

Streeter, 371, 300, 500. 
Stretlitz, Ger., 303. 
Strieker, 37 r. 
Strong, 371, 143, 461, 484. 
Strent, 371, 
Stuart, 372. 
Stubbs, 372. 
Student, 588. 
Student at Law, 592, 594. 
Student, Medical, 570. 
Studley, 372. 
Stuger, 51. 
Sturbridge, Mass., 79, 131, 283, 

467. S22. 
Sturch, 372. 
Stuges, 372. 
Sturtevant, 372. 
Stutson, 372. 
Styles, 373. 
Suabrette, 373. 
Success, Brig, 612. 



INDEX 



LXXXV 



Sudbury, Mass., 337. 

Suffield, Ct., 230, 570. 

Suffolk Co., Mass., 512. 

Suffolk, Eng., 297, 421. 

Suffolk, Va., 308. 

Sugar Cane, 560. 

Suicide, 532, 540, 545, 548, 561, 

565, 568, 569, 570, 582, 591, 

600, 619, 625, 628, 630, 631, 

632. 
Sullens, 373. 
Sullings, 373. 
Sullivan, 373. 

Sullivan's Expedition, 592. 
Summers, 373. 
Sumner, 373, 299, 338, 449. 
Sumpter District, S. C, 329. 
Sumpterville, S. C, 37. 
Sunbury, Penn., 572. 
Supercargo, 598. 
Superior Court, 254, 
Supreme Court, 535. 
Supreme Judicial Court, Bristol 

Co., 593. 
Supreme Court of United States, 

137- 
Surgeon, 83, 88, 103, 129, 362, 

439. 455. 499. S55> S7i- 
Surgeons, College of, 510. . 
Surinam, W. I., 295, 426. 
Susan, Ship, 545. 
Suttle, 374, 
Sutton, Mass., 23, 76, 87, 134, 

163, 207, 267, 283, 375, 368, 

475. 508, 521, 525. 545. 555. 
562, 608, 637. 

Swain, 374. 

Swamp, 630. 

Swan, 374. 

Swanzey, Mass., 22, 23, 52, 64, 
68, 83, 106, 107, 113, 118, 
132, 140, 145, 146, 147, 148, 
154, 160, 163, 164, 165, 166, 
168, 169, 174, 208, 217, 230, 
232. 235. 236, 247, 249, 257, 
282, 298, 303, 307, 323, 325, 
328, 330, 331, 345. 347, 357. 
384, 396. 400, 413. 4'7. 421, 
424, 442, 450, 456, 472, 488, 
49'. 499. 528, 529. 530, 559. 



Swanzey, Mass., — Continued. 

560, 60s, 607, 613, 617, 621, 

627. 
Swards, 375. 
Swartz, 375. 
Swats, 375. 
Swazey, 375. 
Sweden, 218, 337. 
Sweden, King of, 102. 
Sweet, 375, 237. 
Sweetland, ■^y'JT. 
Sweeting, 377. 
Switt, 377. 
Swinburne, 378. 
Swinburne, 378. 
Swift, 378. 
Sylvester, 378. 
Symington, 378. 
Symens, 378. 
Synja, 378. 



Taber, 379. 

Tabor, 379. 

Taft, 380, 22, 24, 27, 30, 4iy 69, 
78, 8 1, 92,109, 129, 132,169, 
177, 181, 185, 197, 204, 209, 
211, 217, 225, 226, 234, 240, 
252, 255, 267, 275, 285, 295, 
306, 310, 331, 332, 353, 384, 
397. 399. 403. 405, 408, 424, 
432, 457, 463, 475, 476, 495, 

536. 
Taggart, 382. 
Talbee, 382. 
Talbott, 382. 
Talbot, 382. 
Taliaferro, 383. 
Tallahassee, Fla., 201, 383. 
Tallyrand, 383. 
Tallman, 383, 599. 
Tamahamaha, 104. 
Tamaree, 384. 
Tanner, 384. 
Tanquebar, E. I., 611. 
Tanyard, 623. 
Tappen, 384. 



LXXXVI 



INDEX 



Tarbell, 384. 

Tarbox, 385. 

Targee, 385. 

Tasker, 385. 

Tatem, 385, 33, 34, 52, 56, 69, 70 
74, 97. 99. 102, III, 112, IIS 
120, 144, 153, 215, 238, 239 
249, 260, 261, 272, 323, 332 

349. 356, 376, 392. 
Taunton, Mass., 21, 23, 24, 25 

27. 33. 35, 36, 37. 38, 39. 40I 
41, 42, 43, 50, 53, 54, 55, 58 
61, 62, 63,69, 70, 75.83. 106 
107, 108, 112, 115, 123, 124 
127, 128, 129, 130, 131, 135 
136, 139, 144, 145, 146, ISO 
151. 153. '59. 164, 168, 173 
181, 182, 195, 200, 201, 203 
204, 206, 207, 208, 213, 220 
224, 226, 227, 228, 229, 235 
236,239, 241, 243, 244, 247, 
248, 249, 250, 253, 255, 256 
260, 262, 263, 264, 269, 271 
274, 276, 280, 284, 285, 295 
296, 298, 299, 301, 304, 307, 
3", 313. 315. 316, 318, 320, 
322, 331. 334, 335, 338, 339 
340, 342, 343, 344, 349, 350 

355, 357. 358, 359, 361, 363 
364, 368, 373, 377, 386, 390 
392, 393, 403, 406, 424, 428; 
429, 430,431, 438, 439, 442 
449, 450, 455. 457. 458, 462 
463, 470, 471, 474, 476, 479 
480, 481, 482, 483, 484, 491 
492, 493. 494. 510, 512, 514 
523, 528, 529, 541, 542, 544 
558, 559, 560, 564, 565, 568 
574, 577, 579. 582, 589, 590. 
592, 593, 607, 608, 610, 629 
650, 636, 637, 639. 

Taunton Stages, 591. 

Tayer, 385. 

Taylor, 385, 22, 52, 113, 147, 164, 
185, 200, 208, 222, 453, 471, 
482. 

Teacher, 571, 578, 618. 

Tears, 389. 

Teel, 389. 

Tefft, 389. 

Teixera, Baron of, 108. 



Telegraph, Boston, 26. 
Telegraph, Glocester, 294. 
Telegraph, Hillsboro, 157, 189. 
Telegraph, Rochester, N. Y., 

234, 256. 
Telescope, Christian, 250. 
Telfair, 389. 
Telford, 389. 
Tempest, 389. 
Temple, 389. 
Templeton, Mass , 225. 
Tenas Isle, 112, 180. 
Tennant, 390. 
Tennessee, 140, 254, 351, 368, 

512, 519, 586, 596,615, 
Tennessee, Governor of, 178, 

478. 
Tenny, 390. 
Terry, 390. 
Teste, 390. 
Tew, 390, 631, 
Tewell, 341. 

Tewksbury, Mass., 49, 1 57. 
Thacher, 391, 461,465. 
Thane, 391. 
Thatcher, 391. 
Thaxter, 391. 
Thayer. 391. 
Theacatchkak, 178, 186. 
Theatre, 50, 61, 74, 97, 123, 166, 

182, 261, 286, 302, 345, 435, 

499, 519, 584, 589,605, 613, 

632, 639. 
Theatre, Providence, 254. 
Theatre, Salem, Mass., 204, 
Theatrical, 575. 
Theatrical Writer, 523. 
Thimby, 393. 
Third U. S. Infantry, 305, 366, 

445- 

Thirty-seventh Regiment, 613. 

Thomas, 393, 122. 

Thomason, 394. 

Thomaston, Me., 33. 

Thompson, 394, 68, ^^, 88, 1 19, 
162, 163, 166, 179, 230, 234, 
239, 273, 276, 302, 305, 442, 
457, 465, 583. 

Thompson, Ct., 32, 51, 61, 88, 
97, 105, i!0, 121, 122, 132, 
169, 224, 250, 273, 274, 314, 



INDEX 



LXXXVII 



Thompson, Conn., — Continued. 
3 '5. 326. 331, 337, 363, 373, 

3S9. 392,409. 413, 443. 460, 
467,486, S13, S14, 520, S33, 
534, 566, 569, 581, 588, 618, 
ess- 
Thompson Village, Ct., 46. 

Thorburn, 396. 

Thoreau, 396. 

Thorn, 396. 

Thorndike, 396. 

Thornley, 570. 

Thornton, 397, 400. 

Thoop, 398. 

Throckmorton, 398. 

Throne, English, 131, 586. 

Throop, 398. 

Thurber, 398, 588. 

Thurber's Mill, 626. 

Thurston, 401. 

Thwing, 402. 

Tibbetts,. 402. 

Tibbitts, 402. 

Tiberthe, 566. 

Ticknor, 402. 

Ticonderoga, N. Y., 576. 

Tiffany, 402. 

Tilden, 403. 

Tilley, 403, 636. 

Tillinghast, 404, 25, 40, 60, 72, 
126, ISO, 183, 3S3, 354, 358, 

370, 40s, 443> 464, 596. 

Tilson, 405. 

Times, 576. 

Times, Hartford, Ct., 212, 435. 

Timberlake, 405. 

Tindell, 406. 

Tin gey, 406. 

Tingley, 406. 

Tinson, 405. 

Tioga Co., N. Y., 52. 

Tisbury, Mass., 149, 225. 

Tisdale, 406. 

Tisdall, 406. 

Titcomb, 407. 

Titus, 407. 

Tiverton, R. I., 27, 36, 38, 39, 
52, 72, 74, 77, 79, 112, 118, 
119, 140, 142, 151, 153, 154, 
155, 168, 174, 193, 210, 211, 



Tiverton, R. I., — Continued. 
212,218, 223, 228, 230, 237, 
239,240, 252, 303, 307, 311, 
316,317, 321, 324, 326, 327, 

329,333, 3S0, 3SI, 355. 359, 

379,380, 416, 421, 424, 427, 

428, 437, 446, 465, 467, 468, 

472,473, 515, 520, 529, 547, 

549, 555, 557, 559- 574, 585. 
590, 596, 614, 617, 618, 619, 
621, 631. 

Tivoli, Italy, 618. 

Tobbetts, 407. 

Tobey, 407, 34, 39, 56, 62, 80, 93, 
loi, 108, 115, 116, 122, 130, 
136, 137, 146, 149, 158, 161, 
163, 192, 205, 213, 222, 228, 
232, 233, 241, 246, 270, 280, 
285,290, 295, 319, 320, 339, 
346, 354, 367, 369- 377, 380. 
401,407, 423,426, 448, 451, 
452, 458, 460, 463, 470, 474, 
476,489, 491, 492,498. 

Todd, 407. 

Toilet, The, 208. 

Toler, 407. 

Tolland, Ct, 405, 483. 

Tomkins, 407. 

Tompkins, 407. 

Toocher, 408. 

Topham, 408. 

Topliff, 408. 

Top.sail, Main Yard, 532. 

Torrente, 408. 

Torrey, 408, 189, 245, 311, 359, 
388. 

Torry, 409. 

Tortis, 409. 

Totten, 409. 

Tourgee, 409. 

Tourtellotte, 409. 

Tow, 409. 

Tower, 410. 

Towle, 145, 171, 174, 321, 335, 
371, 385, 462, 474. 

Town Clerk, 520, 529. 

Town Council, 533, .601. 

Towne, 410. 

Townley, 410, 364. 

Townsed, 410. 



LXXXVIII 



INDEX 



Townson, 411. 
Townsend, Vt., 214, 381. 
Townsendville, N. Y., 59, 254, 

410. 
Trace, 411. 
Tracey, 411. 
Trader, 189. 
Trading Voyages, 598. 
Trafalgar, 632. 
Traffin, 411. 
Trafton, 411. 
Train, 42. 
Transylvania University, 61, 601, 

602. 
Trapman, 411. 
Trash, 411. 
Traveler, 512, 594. 
Traver, 411. 
Traverse, 412. 
Tread way, 412. 
Tread well, 412. 
Treasury Department, 568. 
Treasurer, State, 612. 
Tree, 510, 571, 628. 
Trenton, Battle of, 599. 
Trenton, N. J., 449, 519, 631. 
Tribou, 412. 
Trim, 412. 

Trinidad, W. I., 302, 362, 597. 
Trinity Church, Newport, 86, 

207, 298,313,454,581- 

Trinity Church, N. Y., 57, 243, 
362, 398. 

Tripp, 412, 483, 526. 

Triton, Ship, 57, 176. 

Troop, 413. 

Trott, 413. 

Troy, Mass., 41, 47, 72, 73, 79, 
85, 9(, 106, 146, 168, 210, 
212, 274, 280, 305, 317, 322, 
328, 408, 425, 48s, 499, 500, 
522, 529, 585, 610, 623. 

Troy, N. Y., 21, 122, 161. 

Troy, O., 571. 

Trudeau, 4 [3. 

Truesdale, 413. 

Truman, 413. 

Trumbull, 414. 

Trustees, Board of, 602. 

Truxton, 414. 



Tubbs, 414. 

Tucker, 414, 25, 61, 253, 380, 

384. 419. 
Tuckerman, 415. 
Tudor, 415. 
Tuells, 415. 
Tuft, 415. 
Tufts, 415. 
Tulham, Eng., 304. 
Tullen, Eng, 108. 
Tuller, 416. 
Tunmore, 416. 
Tupapter Dist., S. C, 177. 
Tupper, 416. 
Turnbull, 416. 
Turner, 416. 
Turnip, Indian, 550. 
Turpin, 417. 
Tuscambia, Ala., 175. 
Tuskany, 265. 
Tutor, 305, 462, 487, 601. 
Tuttle, 417. 
Tuyston, 417. 
Tweedale, 418. 

Twenty Second Regiment, 531. 
Twitchell, 418. 
Tyler, 418, 606. 
Tyng, 418. 

Tyngsboro, Mass., 553. 
Typographical Society, Member 

of, 583. 
Tyre, Ship, 631. 
Tyrrell, 418. 



U 



Ulverstone, Eng., 522. 

Underbill, 418. 

Underwood, 419, 315. 

Uniake, 599. 

Union, Brig, 633. 

Union College, 212, 259. 

Union, Me., 194, 606. 

Union, Ship, 534. 

Union Springs, N. Y., 193, 446. 

Union Village, N. Y., 607. 

Unitarian Church, 408, 447.; . 



INDEX 



LXXXIX 



United States, 239, 302, 338, 605, 
611, 615. 

United States Army, 35, 38, 48, 
55, 56, 58, 81, 86, 113, 144, 
117, 121, 122, 137, 140, 150, 
156, 160, 166, 175, 178, [79, 
191, 196, 204, 221, 225, 264, 
270,273, 328, 341, 350, 356, 
362, 364, 366, 369, 388, 409, 
410,425, 442,44s. 474. Sio, 
514,516, 542, 552, 560, 564, 
567. 570, 571. 572, 577, 600, 
606, 625, 637. 

United States Army Inspector 
and Adjutant General, 224. 

United States Artillery, 133, 166, 
301, 366, 378,411. 

United States Attorney General, 
256, 576. 

United States Assistant Adju- 
tant General, 121. 

United States Branch Bank, 98, 
586. 

United States Brig Argus, 513. 

United States Civil Engineer, 
378. 

United States Consul, 58, 59, 

373. 429. 436, 496, 575. 583- 
United States Engineer Corps, 

116, 157, 232,409, 464. 
United States District Attorney, 

190, 579. 
United States District Court, 

640. 
United States District Court of 

Louisiana, 426. 
United States District Court of 

Rhode Island, 558. 
United States District Court of 

Virginia, 294. 
United States Engineer, 59, 141, 

504. 
United States Gazette, 612. 
United States, Herald of the, 

247. 
United States House of Repre- 
sentatives, 630. 
United States Infantry, 544, 564. 
United States Second Infantry, 

88, 455, 613. 



United States Third Infantry, 
305, 366, 445. 

United States Fourth Infantry, 
78, 347, 629. 

United States Sixth Infantry, 
587. 

United States Eighth Infantry, 
624. 

United States Judge, 44. 

United States Legation, 151 
168. 

United States Light Dragoons, 
599- 

United States Marines, 427, 607. 

United States Marine Corps, 
137. 341, 362, 523. 

United States Marine Hospital, 
74, 83, 432. 

United States Minister, 227, 292, 
298, 337. 370, 422, 557- 

United States Minister to Chile, 
36. 

United States Navy, 26, 30, 38, 
47. 59. 68, 78, 87, go, 100, 
103, III, 129, 140, 141, 14s, 
149, 152, 166, 174, 179, 183, 
190, 191, 222, 232, 233, 242, 
243, 244, 247, 254, 259. 270, 
274, 286, 290, 293, 301, 314, 
315,316, 325, 328,332, 335, 
347. 363, 368, 370, 378, 383, 
387. 391. 395. 405. 410, 423, 
426, 432, 438, 439, 453, 455, 

485. 48.7. 490, 492, 495. 499, 
503,519, 522, 561, 576, 577, 
594, 606, 607, 619, 625. 

United States Navy Command- 
ant, 176. 

United States Naval Yard, 
Charlestown, Mass., 279. 

United States, President of, 507, 
600. 

United States Regiment of 
Light Artillery, 22 1 . 

United States Senator, 51, 67, 
177, 178, 254, 368, 382, 394, 
540. 

United States Senator, Dela- 
ware, 128. 



xc 



INDEX 



United States Senator, Missis- 
sippi, 488. 

United States Senator, New Jer- 
sey, 565. 

United States Senator, New 
York, 123, 336. 

United States Senator, Pennsyl- 
vania, 288. 

United States Senator, Rhode 
Island, 635. 

United States Senator, Virginia, 
606. 

United States Soldier, 612. 

United States Schooner Firefly, 
506. 

United States Ship Chesapeake, 
S03, SS3.'6i3. 

United States Ship Congress, 
505. 

United States Ship Constella- 
tion, 68, 610. 

United States Ship Constitution, 
366, 415, 503, 539, 607, 613, 

639 
United States Ship Cyane, 509, 

579- 
United States Ship Decoy, 512. 
United States Ship Enterprise, 

576. 
United States Ship John Adams, 

625. 
United States Ship Lexington, 

590. 
United States Ship President, 

159, 204, 573. 
United States Ship United 

States, 523. 
United States Supreme Court, 

137- 
United States Vessel, 528. 
United States Vice President, 

90, 394, 407, 408, 410, 443. 
Universalist Church, 285, 496, 

580. 
Universalist Church, Attleboro, 

233- 

Universalist Magazine, 182. 

University of Aberdeen, 569. 

University, Brown, 214, 305, 
396, 462, 505, 506, 531, 547, 
565, 592, 594. 612, 636. 



University, Burlington, Vt., 458. 

University, Cambridge, 178, 211. 

University, Dartmouth, 514. 

University, Edinburgh, 616. 

University, Harvard, 296, 402. 

University, Nashville, 597. 

University, Pennsylvania, 563. 

University, Princeton, 543- 

University, Transylvania, 61, 
601, 602. 

University, Vermont, 160, 543. 

University, Virginia, 396, 414. 

University, Yale, 597. 

Updike, 419. 

Upham, 419. 

Upper Red Hook, N. Y., 59. 

Upson, 419. 

Upton, 420. 

Upton, Mass., 204, 424, 492. 

Ursulame Community, 530. 

Usher, 420. 

Utica, N. Y., 322, 404, 419, 468, 
576. 

Utley, 420. 

Uxbridge, Mass., 30,38,42,55, 
6j, 105, 107, 123, 129, 157, 
158, 160, 161, 163, 205, 281, 
283, 284, 308, 326, 336, 345, 
357. 375, 381, 382, 391, 392, 
395, 400, 415, 424, 427, 440, 
441, 442,451,455, 456, 459, 
460. 462, 465, 476, 493, 507, 
510, 552, 604, 617, 620, 628. 



Vaill, 122, 161. 

Valentine, 420. 

Valk, 420. 

Vallabreque, 420. 

Valley, 421. 

Valley Falls, R. I., 22, 33, 84, 
85, 104, 107, 133, 139, 152, 
208, 211, 232, 234, 240, 248, 

27s. 278, 333, 387. 392, 407. 

432, 445, 460, 480, 521. 
Valley Town, Tenn., 216, 498. 
Valhs Mine, Mo., 599. 



INDEX 



XCI 



Valparaiso, S. A., 59, 68, 373, 

S47. 607. 
Vandalia, Sloop of War, 574. 
Vendorn, 421. 
Vanishon, 421. 
Vanneck, 421. 
Van tassel, 421. 
Van Alstine, 421. 
Van Buskirk, 421. 
Van Cote, 421. 
Van Den Henvil, 421. 
Vandever, 404 
Van Doom, 421. 
Van Hann, 421. 
Van Ness, 421. 
Van Rensalaer, 421. 
Van Santvrood, 421. 
Van Solinger, 422. 
Van Vleck, 422, 126,219. 
Van Wart, 422. 
Van Wickham, 422. 
Van Wyck, 422. 
Van Zandt, 422. 
Varney, 422. 
Varnum, 422. 
Vars,422. 
Vaton, 422. 
Vaughan, 422. 
Vaughn, 422. 
Veale, 423. 
Veazie, 423, 610. 
Verily, 423. 
Vermilyea, 568. 
Vermont, 189, 234, 395, 513, 515, 

554- 
Vermont, Lieut. Governor of, 

608. 
Vermont, U. S. Senator, 603. 
Vermont University, 160, 543. 
Vernon, 423, 81, 165, 197, 199, 

245,276, 320, 331, 406, 446, 

584. 
Vernon, Ct., 411. 
Verplanck, 424. 
Verren, 424. 
Verry, 424. 
Vessel, 589, 596. 
Vessel, U. S., 528. 
Vevay, Ind., 292. 
Viall, 424. 



Vice President United St.ates, 
90, 394. 407. 408, 410, 453. 

Vicenza, 424. 

Vickary, 424. 

Vickery, 424. 

Victor, Marshal, 572. 

Victory, Ship, 632. 

Victualler, 314. 

Vienna, Court of, 366, 389. 

Vienna, Me., 103, 264. 

Vinal Haven, Me., 239. 

Vinal Haven,. Mass., 614, 615. 

Vincennis, Ind., gi, 581. 

Vincent, 424. 

Vincentown, 638. 

Vinneman, 424. 

Vinnicum, 424. 

Vinson, 425. 

Vinton, 425. 

Virgin, 327, 403. 

Virginia, 31, 86, 100, 161, 180, 
184, 191, 199, 252, 262, 270, 
294.318, 338,369. 398, 432, 
445.509, 519. 539. 553, 554, 
566, 582, 588, 589, 599, 606, 
619, 632, 637, 640. 

Virginia Convention, 566. 

Virginia, Eastern District of, 
44. 

Virginia, Episcopal Church of, 
600. 

Virginia, 4th Regiment of, Mili- 
tia, 552. 

Virginia, Member of House of 
Representatives, 553. 

Virginia University, 396, 414. 

Virginia U. S. Senator, 606. 

Voax, 425. 

Vocalist, 562. 

Voluntown, Ct., 2o5, 260, 444, 
449,631. 



W 



Wade, 164, 426. 
Wadsworth, 426. 
Wagfield, 426. 
Wagner, 426. 
Wagon, 562. 



XCII 



INDEX 



Wagon Shaft, 621. 

Wagoner, 622. 

Wahlfahrt, 426. 

Wailley, 427. 

Wainwright, 427, 131, 187,204, 
257. 267, 305, 309, 373, 446. 

Waite, 427. 

Waitey, 427. 

Wakefield, 427, 129, 417. 

Walcott, 427, 272. 

Walcott, Ct, 255. 

Walden, 428, 158, 174, 194, 195. 

Waldin, 428. 

Waldo, 428, 416. 

Waldron, 428, 639. 

Wales, 429. 

Wales, Princess of, 131. 

Walford, 429, 

Walker, 429, 438. 

Wall, 431. 

Wallace, 431. 

Wallach, 432. 

Wallen, 432. 

Wallin, 432. 

Wallingford, Ct., 210, 603. 

Wallis, 432. 

Walpole, Mass., 64, no, 114, 136, 
157, 192, 203, 227, 229, 247, 
?S5, 284, 301, 320, 364, 394, 

473. 479, 4«3> S'S- 
Walpole, N. H., 464, 603. 
Walsh, 432. 
Walter, 432. 
Walters, 432. 
Waltham, Mass., 99, 156, 160, 

266, 375, 411, 590. 
Walton, 432. 
Wantage, N. J,, 546. 
War, Secretary of, 531, 554. 
War, French, 511, 512, 576, 635. 
War Prisoner, 625. 
War, Revolution, 511, 512. 
War 1812, SS9. 
Ward 432, 196, 262. 
Ward, Mass., 105, 227, 369, 415, 

466, 476, 547, 638. 
Wardlow, 433. 
Warde, 171. 
Wardwell, 433. 
Ware, 434, 364, 407. 



Ware, Mass., 276, 628. 

Ware, N. H., 365. 

Ware Village, Mass., 208. 

Wareham, Mass., 51, 131, 150, 
213, 245, 250, 307, 324, 407, 
472, 544- 576. 632. 

Warfield, 435. 

Warham, 80, 

Waring, 435. 

Warne, 169. 275. 

Warner, 435. '", 368, 535. 

Warner, N. H., 563, 632. 

Warrall, 437. 

Warren, 437, 84,275,357,453. 

Warren, Ohio, 352, 378. 

Warren, Penn., 91, 179, 493. 

Warren, R. I., 22, 23, 26, 30, 46, 
55, 57, 58, 68, 73, ^7, 84, 85, 
94. 95. 97. loi, 105, 106, 
107, 109, 117, 118, 128, 129, 
133, 144, 145. 146, 147. 151, 
155, 156, 158, 159, 164, 165, 
166, 167, 168, 169, 170, 171, 
173, 174. 175. 178. 1 80, 184, 
185, 190, 192, 198, 199, 206, 
209, 220, 230, 231, 232, 240, 
247, 249, 250, 255, 268, 279, 
282, 284, 294, 296, 302, 303, 
306, 307. 3 '4, 320, 325, 327, 
328, 329, 330, 332, 333, 335, 

338, 343. 345. 346, 347. 348, 

350, 352, 356, 360, 367, 372, 

388, 305, 396, 400. 408, 413, 

416, 417, 420, 423, 424, 425, 

428, 429, 430, 449, 45S, 456, 

457, 460, 462, 467, 470, 472, 

476, 478, 486, 488, 491, 492, 

493.499. 507. 512, 513. 520, 
521, 522, 523, 545, 549, 550, 
560, 561, 563, 564, 579, 584, 
58s, 592. 593. 594. 595. 596, 
597. 598, 603, 60s, 606, 616, 
618, 620, 631, 634,636, 637, 
639- 

Warren, R. I., Academy, 173, 
268. 

Warren, R. I , Baptist Church, 
26. 

Warren, R. I., Harbor, 518. 

Warringer, 438. 



INDEX 



XCIII 



Warring, 438. 

Warrington, 438. 

Wartman, 438. 

Warwick, Mass., 102, 159, 336, 

340. 
Warwick, R. I., 25, 27, 28, 33 

34, 35. 36. 40, 41, 42, 44, 45 
53, 54, 56, 57. 60, 61, 64, 6s 
66, 67, 71, 76, 78, 79, 80, 91 
92, 95. 97. 98, 104, 105, 1 10; 
112, lis, 116, 118, 128, 132 
139, 140, 14T, 144, 148, 149, 
153. 154, 155, 158, 161, i6s 
170, 171, 181, 183, i8s, 195 
208, 221, 227, 239, 240, 247 
249, 2Si, 255, 258, 259, 260 
261, 264, 268, 276, 277, 279, 
280, 281, 284, 294, 298, 317 
321, 322, 323, 324, 327, 329 
332, 333. 335. 337, 344, 347 
349, 353, 354, 355. 356, 358 
359, 365, 369. 371, 374. 376 
384, 387, 388, 390, 392, 39S 
402, 403, 404, 408, 414, 416 
418, 420,435, 436, 437, 438 
440, 441, 442, 446, 447, 448 
451, 452, 457, 462, 464, 466 
469, 471, 473, 480, 482, 486 
487, 488, 492, 496, 500, 509 
512, 518, 529, 532, S33. 534 
535, 536, 537. 538. 539, 54^ 
545, 550, 559. 563, 574. 595 
60s, 608, 621, 626, 627. 

Warwick, R. I., Bank, 402, 452. 

Warwick Neck, R. I., 600. 

Washburn, 438, 102, 235, 295. 

Washington, 439, 19, 536, 539, 
592, 611. 

Washington, Ala., 2S0, 466. 

Washington, D. C, 31, 51, 69, 89, 
103, 105, 110, U3, 114, 129, 
130, 149, 152, 161, 166, 178, 
179, 183, 198, 224, 254, 262, 
268, 283, 288, 318, 321, 330, 
331, 341, 343, 350, 362, 369, 
370, 382, 394. 395, 398, 405, 
414, 417, 421, 422, 423, 426, 
439, 443, 444, 483, 487, 488, 
493,499. 508, 553, 557, 561, 
S6s, 568, 572, 576, 582, 589, 
599, 606, 608, 630, 635, 637. 



Washington, Miss., 351. 

Washington, R. I., 538, 554. 

Washington Bank, Westerly, 243. 

Washington Co., R. I., 517. 

Washington, Schooner, 60s. 

Washington, Ship, 630. 

Watch Hill Point, 202. 

Watchman, si 8. 

Water, 514. 

Waterford, Ire., 497. 

Waterford, N. Y., 56, no. 

Waterford, O., 462, 614. 

Waterhouse, 439. 

Waterloo, N. Y., 108. 

Waterman, 439, 33, 51, 114, 117, 
147, 161, 179, 186, 216, 24s, 
249, 254. 255, 263, 280, 281, 
286, 287,312, 328, 330, 344, 

350, 436, 453, 456. 
Waters, 442. 

Watertown, Ct., 334, 477. 
Watertown, Me., 288. 
Watertown, Mass., 33, 69, 78, 86, 

i27.*335, 347. 357, 373, 4^4, 

424, 448, 472, 484, S88, 589. 
Waterville, Me., S52,.584. 
Waterville, Mass., 93, 144, 177. 
Watervliet, N. Y., 39. 
Watkins, 442. 
Watson, 442, 33, 47, j6, 162, 256, 

263,349. 387, 411, 442, 443. 

451.498, 542. 
Watts, 443, S99. 
Way, 443. 
Wayne, 443. 
Wayne, Me., 579. 
Weatherhead, 443. 
Weathersfield, Vt., 90. 
Weathersfield, Ct., S87. 
Weaver, (name) 444. 
Weaver, 598. 
Webb, 445, 126, 133, 197, 212, 

244,310, 355,368, 372, 373, 

374,419,423, 432, 433, 436, 

44S, 477, 486. 
Webber, 446. 
Webster, 446, S85- 
Weed, 446. 
Weeden, 446. 
Weekly Messenger, 22. 
Weekly Recorder, 217. 



XCIV 



INDEX 



Weekes, 448. 

Weeks, 448. 

Weld, 448, 69, 80. 

Weldon, 448. 

Welford, 448. 

Well, 518, 599- 

Wellesley, 448. 

Wellfleet, Mass., 136, 282. 

Wellington, 448. 

Wellington, Lord, 51, 141. 

Wellington, Mass., 23, 40, 41, 54, 
107, 118, 146, 163, 165, 207, 
212,213, 285, 29s, 296, 382, 
391,428,430, 457, 480, 490, 
494, 528, 561, 568, 58s, 609. 

Wellington, N. C, 139. 

Wellman, 448. 

Wells, 448,33. 132. 

Welles, 448. 

Welsh, 449, 73, 107, 109, 147, 
159, 165, 168, 169, 174, 199, 
255,272, 307. 314, 329, 356, 

395, 455. 456. 499-- 

Wenham, Mass., 181, 183, 250. 

Wenwood, 449. 

Were, Mass., 71. 

Wesleyan Seminary, 405. 

Wesson, 449. 

West, 450, 201, 439. 

West Barnstable, Mass., 122, 
156. 

Westboro, Mass., 266, 467. 

West Burial Ground, Prov., 504, 

West Bridgewater, Mass., 304. 

West Cambridge, Mass., 415, 
468, 585. 

West Chester, N. Y., 267. 

West Chester, Penn., 568. 

West Dedham, Mass., 192. 

Westerly, R. I., 23, 46, 56, 57, 
119. 133. 173. 192, 201, 202, 
212, 230, 241, 243, 290, 306, 
318, 361, 362, 367, 394, 421, 
443. 449, 585. 621, 631. 

Weston, Mass., 40, 59, 80, 240, 
353, 368. 

Western Intelligencer, 137, 246. 

Westfield, Mass., 550. 

West Florida, 515. 



West Greenwich, R. I., 72, 73, 
89, 115, 118, 150, 154, 170, 
171, 172, 173, 249, 257, 260, 

278, 329, 3;o. 376, 402, 433, 
464, 471, 472, 473. 

West Hampton, Mass., 287. 

West Indies, 522, 635. 

Westminster Abbey, 572. 

Westminster, Mass., 181. 

Westminster, Vt., 603. 

Westover, Va., 640. 

West Point, N. Y., 560. 

Westport, Mass., 46, 55, 73, 118, 
139, '55. 193, 231, 232, 246, 
261, 276, 285, 326, 330, 305, 
307,320, 350, 379, 412, 413, 
419, 436, 470, 472, 473. 483, 
591. 

West Prospect, Me., 369. 

West Springfield, Mass., 123, 356 

West Sleckbridge, Mass., 75. 

West Tennessee, 596. 

West Union, O., 640. 

Westcott, 457, 33, 115, 258, 290, 

333, 335. 337- 

Westervelt, 453. 

Westgate, 453. 

Weston, 453. 

Wethly, 453. 

Wetherby, 453. 

Wetherell, 453. 

Weatherell, 453. 

Wetherington, 453. 

Wetmore, 454. 

Weyman, 454. 

Weymouth, 454. 

Weymouth, Mass., 123, 136, 305, 
315,462,478, 565, 566. 

Whale, 630. 

Whalers, 630. 

Whallen, 194. 

Whalley, 454. 

Wharf, 589, 590. 

Wharf, Gibbs, 574. 

Wheatley, 554. 

Wheaton, 454, 25, 29, 30, 38, 45, 
121,132, 153, 157, 159, 162, 
177, 189, 197, 207, 210, 221, 
232,265, 270, 280, 298, 316, 
438, 468, 492, 496. 



INDEX 



XCV 



Wheel Pit, 608. 

Wheelwright, 552. 

Wheeler, 456, 506. 

Wheelock, 458. 

Whelden, 458. 

Wheldon, 458. 

Whig, The, 212, 430, 554. 

Whippey, 458. 

Whipple, 4S8, 68, 357, 637. 

Whitaker, 461, 117. 

White, 462, 37, 66, 104, 133, 137, 
171, 17s, 191, 193, 203, 243, 
256,285, 301, 309,440. 

Whitehead, 483. 

Whitehall, Ga., 539. 

Whitehorne, 464. 

Whiteman, 464. 

Whitetown, N. Y., 478. 

Whitford, 464. 

Whiting, 465. 

Whitney, 465, 467. 

Whitin, 465. 

Whitman, 466, 213, 220. 

Whitmarsh, 467. 

Whitmore, 467, 192, 294, 403. 

Whitridge, 467, 376. 

Whittridge, 468. 

Whittemore, 468, 121, 273. 

Whitten, 468. 

Whittier, 468. 

Whittle, 468. 

Whittlesley, 26. 

Whittington, 468. 

Wickford, 32, 42, 53, 54, 152,156, 
170, 208, 217, 220, 231, 236, 
248, 279, 316, 317, 321, 323, 

33S> 353, 354. 355. 390, 394. 
401, 403, 405, 406, 409, 419, 
427, 441, 447, 452, 469, 544, 
548, 554, 559, 567. 617. 620, 
621, 629. 

Wicks, 468. 

Wickham, 468. 

Wickliffe, 574. 

Wickson, 468. 

Wiggin, 469. 

Wight, 469, 24, 40, 57, 72, 99, 
130, 155, 161, 185, 187, 198, 
200, 204, 210, 229, 235, 236, 
250, 260, 263, 279, 284, 293, 



Wight, — Continued. 

295, 297, 331. 334. 354. 378, 
382, 383, 391,421, 428, 434, 
438, 450, 456, 469, 473. 48s. 
486. 

Wightman, 469. 

Wilbraham, 472. 

Wilbraham, Mass., 405. 

Wilbour, 469. 

Wilbur, 469. 

Wilcox, 472. 

Wild, 473. 

Wilde, 473. 

Wilder, 474, 73, 220, 250, 406, 
407, 427, 458, 465. 

Wilkes, 474. 

Wilkesbarre, Penn., 148, 330. 

Wilksey, 474. 

Wilkins, 474. 

Wilkinson, 474. 

Willard, 476. 

Willey, 477, 

William, 479. 

William, Schooner, 615. 

William and Mary, Brig, 591. 

William and Mary College, 588. 

William Baker, Ship, 520, 532, 

547. 574- 

Williams, 477, 50, 62, 65, 89, 90, 
113, 121, 128, 138, 162, 182, 
185, 108, 207, 214, 225, 247, 
255. 257, 27s, 284, 307, 315, 
3 '6, 335,352,373. 385. 416, 
424, 455, 477. 478, 489, 496, 
497, 552. 566, 567, 617. 

Williamson, 484. 

Williamsburg, 111., 365. 

Williamsburg, Va., 60. 

Williams College, 255. 

Williamstown, Mass., 577. 

Williamsville, N. Y., 531. 

Willing, 484. 

Willington, Ct., 453. 

Willink, N. Y., iii. 

Willis, 484, 201. 

Willison, 485. 

Williston, 485. 

Willoughby, 485. 

Wills, 485. 

Wilmarth, 485, 527. 



XCVI 



INDEX 



Wilmington, Del., 248, 610. 
Wilmington, N. C, 178, 245, 261 
265, 286, 307, 324, 429, 448 

490, 598, 630,631. 
Wilson, 22, 23, 24, 27, 33, 35, 4O; 

42, 46, 47, 48, 49, SO, 53, 54 
55, 56, 60, 62, 66, 67, 68, 73 
74. 75, 7^, 77< 79. 80, 87, 88 
89, 92, 95, 98, 99, 100, 102 
105, 107, 108, 112, 113, 114 
115, 118, 125, 128, 133, 134 
138, 141, 143, 145, 148, 149 
150, 152, 153, 15s, 156, 157 
158, 163, 165, 166, 170, 171 
176, 177, 178, 181, 182, 183 
184, 185, 188, 190, 194, 197 
198, 200, 203, 206, 212, 215 
219, 220, 222, 224, 225, 228; 
230,231, 232, 233, 23s, 236; 
240, 244, 246, 249, 251, 252 
255, 256, 257, 258, 260, 261 

263, 266, 267, 269, 271, 277; 

279, 280, 281, 282, 284, 285 
286, 287, 288, 298, 299, 301 
302, 307, 311, 312, 317, 32O; 
325, 326, 327, 329, 334, 336 
337, 338, 343, 344. 347, 348 
349, 350, .151,353, 354. 356: 
360, 361, 362, 363, 369, 373 
374, 375, 376, 278, 379, 380, 
381, 383, 384, 385. 386, 387 
388, 389, 390, 391, 392, 393 
394, 395, 397- 399, 400, 401 
402, 403, 404, 415, 416, 417 
418, 423, 424, 425, 429, 432 
434; 435, 436, 439- 44', 446; 
447, 448, 449, 450, 451, 452 
453, 454, 456, 457, 458, 460 
461, 464, 465, 467, 473, 474: 
480, 482, 485, 486, 487, 490 

491, 492, 493, 494, 497, 498 

499, 5'9- 
Wilson Co., Tenn., 61, 270. 
Wilton, 487. 
Wilton, Me., 270, 358. 
Winch, 108. 
Winchester, Va., 561. 
Winchell, 487. 
Wind, 487. 
Windham, Ct., 48, 62, 76, 79, 

242, 243, 244, 252, 287,;; 350, 



Windham, Ct, — Continued, 

352, 377, 378. 411, 420, 428, 
430, 445, 446, 447, 449, 452, 
480, 487, 499, 547, 548. 

Windham, N. Y., 607. 

Windham, Penn., 506. 

Windpipe, 572. 

Windsor, Ct., 246, 331, 432, 455- 

Windsor, Vt., 88, 89, 331, 370. 

Wines, 487. 

Wing, 487, 39. 

Wingfield, 149, 423. 

Winman, 488. 

Winn, 48S. 

Winship, 488. 

Winslow, 488, 81, 83, 92, 129, 
^ 247,331,345,351,416. 

Winsor, 489. 

Winterbottom, 490. 

Winthrop, 490. 

Winthrop, Me., 108, 487. 

Wiseman, 530. 

Wiscassetl, Me., 27, 283, 415. 

Wiscassett, Mass., 477. 

Wirt, 490. 

Witherill, 490. 

Witter, 490. 

Woahoo, S. -., 104, 384. 

Woburn, Mass., 283, 495. 

Wolcbtt, 490. 

Wolfe, 560, 568. 

Wolfeboro, N. H., 179, 181. 

Wood, 490, 1 1 2, 240, 342, 402, 

615. 

Wood Engraver, 577. 

Woodard, 492. 

Woodbridge, 352, 391. 

Woodbridge, N. J., 611. 

Woodburn, 493. 

Woodbury, 493. 

Woodbury, Ct., 624. 

Woodcock, 493. 

Wooden leg, 619. 

Woodley, 152. 

Woodman, 493. 

Woodmansee, 493. 

Woodnurse, 493. 

Woods, 493, 296. 

Woodstock, Ct., 62, 97, 144, 149, 
159, 163, 167, 171, 174, 178, 
207,217, 219, 232, 241, 243, 



INDEX 



XCVII 



Woodstock, Ct., — Continued. 
306,314, 315, 331, 339, 358, 
372,411,414,417, 475, 480, 
481, 533, 546, 567, 588. 

Woodstock, Vt., 136, 385. 

Woodward, 494. 

Woodworth, 494. 

Woolford, 494. 

Woolley, 494. 

Woolsey, 495. 

Woolwich, Me., 426, 550. 

Woonsocket, R. I., 35, 157, 238, 

325. 553- 

Woonsocket Falls, R. I., 67, 187, 
392, 482, 485. 

Wooster, 603. 

Worcester, 495, 86, 227. 

Worcester Co., Mass., 582. 

Worcester, Eng., 509. 

Worcester, Mass., 27, 32, 38, 47, 
51, 52, 55, 78, 83,89,94,98, 
109, 1 13, 114, 119, 122, 128, 
132, 134, 13s, 142, 143, 157, 
175, 181, 188, 190, 192, 206, 
222, 224, 225, 227, 236, 240, 
243, 256, 262, 268, 270, 275, 
282, 293, 294, 295, 313, 320, 
324,332, 336, i39, 342, 366, 
369,370, 372, 373. 391. 393. 
414,433, 435. 445. 446. 457. 
461,476, 481, 492, 500, 517, 
541.549. 553. 554. 572, 581, 
582, 606, 6i8, 628, 633. 

Work, 495. 

Worms, 495. 

Worseley, 495. 

Worth, 495. 

Worthington, 495. 

Worthinglon, Mass., 627. 

Worthington, O., 445. 

Worthy, 495. 

Wreck, 575, 576, 61 1, 625, 638. 

Wrecked, 518, 566. 

Wrentham, Mass, 33, 41, 43, 48 
59, 61, 89, 91, 99. •56, 161 
182, 204, 211, 233, 243, 255 
277, 287, 308, 317, 320, 356, 
392,404, 405, 408, 416, 418 
425,426, 435, 455, 46!, 463 
465, 467, 476, 477. 492, 497 
53'. 573. 58t. 582, 583. 621 
628. 



Wrestle, 583. 

Wright, 495, 72, 76, ^^, 84, 108, 
114,118, 123, 168, 170, 172, 
199.233, 234, 283, 316, 337, 

347. 424. 433- 
Wrightstown, Penn., 636. 
Writer, 615. 
Writer, Historical, 517. 
Writer, Poetical, 520. 
Writer, Theatrical, 523. 
Wrought, 496. 
Wurtemburg, Ger., 229, 265. 
Wurtemburg, King of, 479. 
Wyatt, 496, 396, 414. 
Wydown, 496. 
Wyer, 497. 
Wyman, 497. 
Wynkoop, 563. 
Wyoming Massacre, 551. 
Wyse, 497. 



Ximent, 497. 



Y 



Yale College, 326, 414. 

Yale, Graduate of, 603. 

Yale University, 597. 

Yard, Navy, 579. 

Yarmouth, Eng., 150. 

Yarmouth, Mass., 26, 55, 134, 

337. 377. 576. 
Yarn, Skein of, 631. 
Yarrington, 497. 
Yates. 497. 

Yellow Banks, Ark., 577. 
Yellow Fever, 603. 
Yerrington, 498, 609. 
Yogrouse, 498. 
York, Me., 560. 
York Co., Me., 633. 
Yorkshire, Eng., 588. 
Yorkshire Giant, 603. 
Young, 498, 142, 397, 504. 
Youngstown, N. Y., 508. 



Zanesville, O., 84, 463. 
Zarakozulo, Rus., 531. 
Zephyr, Brig, 518. 



The 



Rhode Island 
American 



MARRIAGES 



(CONTINUED) 



THE RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN 



The first number of the Rhode Island American was issued 
Friday, October 21, 1808, by Dunham and Hawkins, William W. 
Dunham, editor, and David Hawkins, Jr; It was printed at the 
sign of the American Eagle, opposite the market. Terms three 
dollars per year, half in advance. 

The editorial announcement in the first number stated prob- 
ably as the reason for establishing the paper that the " pressing 
necessity of the present period which was to decide whether the 
politics ot Washington shall once more regain their proper influ- 
ence in the hearts of his countrymen demands correspondent exer- 
tion." 

October Sth, 1825, a consolidation was effected between the 
Gazette and the American. The firm of Brown and Carlisle was 
formed (Hugh H. Brown and Francis T. Carlisle) and con- 
ducted the printing on the north side of Market Square. William 
S. Patten was editor for one year when he was succeeded by Chris- 
topher E. Robbms. 

In March, 1827, Mr. Carlisle bought out his partner and em- 
ployed Benjamin F. Hallett as editor. In the July following the 
Microcosm, a weekly paper, established June 10, 1825, by Walter R. 
Danforth, was absorbed by the American. Two years later (July, 
1829), the Cadet and Statesman also taken in. The title was 
changed to that of the Rhode Island American Statesman 
AND Gazette. The Cadet and Statesman was founded as the 
Literary Cadet attd Saturday Evening Bulletin. It was published 
by Smith and Parmenter (Samuel J. Smith, Jonathan C. Parmen- 
ter); Sylvester S. Southworth was editor. It was a weekly until 
July, 1828, and then semi-weekly until its absorption. The last 
number was issued Friday, Feb. i, 1833. Saturday, Feb. g, it was 
continued under the title of Microcosm American and Gazette 
until its final discontinuance March 29, 1834. Daniel Mowry, 3d, 
was proprietor of these last consolidation papers. April 6, 1833, 
he sold out to James S. Hamm & Co. (Joseph Knowles the Co.,) 
who owned it at its final discontinuance. The paper obtained a 
high position in the community and had among its writers the best 
talent of the State. William Goddard was editor when it was at 
its best. 



MARRIAGES. 



H 



HACK Caroline, daughter of Nathan, of Taun- 
ton, and Job Grossman, Jr., at Taunton, by 
Rev. Mr. Hamilton, 

HACKETT William S. and Lucy D. Sayward, 
at Nantucket. American of 

HADLEY Caroline and Sylvester Griffith, both 
of and at Middleboro, Mass. American of 

HAD WEN William, formerly of Providence, and 
Eunice Starbuck, daughter of Joseph, of 
and at Nantucket. American of 
Isaac and Martha Hoar, both of and at Bris- 
tol. American of 
Eliza and Ulysses Holdeji, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes. American 
of 
Charles and Amey Brownell, at Friends Meet- 
ing House, Somerset. American of 
Sarah, of Providence, and Oliver Arnold, of 
Troy, N. Y., at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Edes, 
Dorcas B., of Providence, and William A. 
Robinson, of South Kingstown, at Provi- 
dence, at the Friends Meeting House, 

HADWIN Charles, of Providence, and Sarah 
Earle, daughter of Piiney, at Leicester, 
Mass. American of 

HAFFEY May Agnes and Henry S. Whitte- 
more, at New York, by Rev. Dr Cox, 

HAGADORN Jacob and Deborah G. Chace, at 
Nantucket. American of 

HAGOOD Elvina Ann, daughter of Rev. Gid- 
eon, and James McPherson, Esq., of 
Charleston, at Mt. Ararat, Barnswell Dist., 
S. C. 

HAILER Henrietta, of Philadelphia, and San- 
ford Mason, of Providence, at Philadelphia. 
American of 



Sept. 5, 1827 
April 27, 1 83 1 
Feb. 10, 1826 

Nov. 8, 1822 
Dec. 10, 1822 

Aug. IS, 1823 
Sept. 19, 1823 

Oct. 30, 1827 

Nov. 13, 1828 

Aug. 12, 1 83 1 
May 19, 1831 
Sept. 8, 1829 

March 26, 181 8 
March 23, 1821 



22 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HAINES Pasco and Mary M. Billings, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 31, 1820 
HAILE Mary and Jeremiah Saunders, at War- 
ren. American of May 7,1811 
HALE Ruth, of Rowley, Mass., and Rev. 
Thomas Williams, of Providence, in this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, May 20, 1812 

Ednah and George W. Baker, in this town. 

American of Oct. 7, 1814 

Nathan, Esq., editor of the Daily Advertiser 
and Weekly Messenger, and Sarah P. Ev- 
erett, daughter of the late Oliver, Esq., at 
Boston. American of Sept. 10, 181 6 

Jane and Albert Pabodie, both of Providence, 

at Pawtucket, by Rev-. Mr. Blake, Sept. 4, 1818 

HAIL George and Mary Ann Gibbs, daughter 

of John, both of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Edes, Oct. 29, .1818 

HALE Mary and Daniel T. Goodhue, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, • Dec. 28, 1819 

• William H. and Mary B. Cooke, daughter of 

Thomas, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Feb. i, 1820 

Thomas, of Swanzey, and Mrs. Clarissa 
Bowen, of Seekonk, at Swanzey, by Elder 
Benjamin Taylor, Aug. lo, 1820 

Thomas and Hannah Braley, both of Valley 

Falls. American of , Dec. 14, 1821 

Sally and Ansel Churchill, both of and at 

Warren. American of Dec. 10, 1822 

Benjamin and Ruana Lacey, both of and at 
the Chocolate Mills, near Pawtucket. 
American of Jan. 24, 1823 

Sophia and George A. Goff,- both of and at 

Rehoboth. American of Sept. 30, 1823 

Ann, of Providence, and Levi Hale, Esq., of 

Warren, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. April 5, 1824 

Levi, Esq., of Warren, and Ann Hale, of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, April 5, 1824 

James and Eliza Krink, at Warren. Ameri- 
can of June 3, 1825 
HAILE MaryT. and John Pearce, Jr., both of 

and at Warren. American of Oct. 11, 1825 

Elizabeth and David Carpenter, at Smith- 
field. American of Jan. 20, 1826 
HALE Simon L. and Almira W. Merry, daugh 
ter of Barney, Esq., at Pawtucket, by Rev. 
ivJr. Taft, April 3, 1828 
HAILE William, Jr., and Maria Carr, eldest 
daughter of Caleb, 2d, both of and at War- 
ren, Oct. 19, 1828 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



23 



HALE Eliza and Henry Champlin, at Warren 

American of Sept. 29, 1829 

barah Ann, daughter of Daniel, and Seth W. 
Shaw, both of and at Providence, by Rev 
Mr. Phillips Dec. 22, 1829 

Oliver and Sally D. Parker, at Hubbardston 

American of Aug. 6, 1830 

Betsey, eldest daughter of Daniel, and Kings- 
ley C. Gladding, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Pattison, Oct. ig 18^0 

HAILE Lydia Carpenter, of Swanzey, and Sam- 
uel Maxwell, of Providence, at Swanzey. 
American of May 24 18^1 

HALES John Grove and Elizabeth Steele Ro- 

laff, at Boston. American of Jan. 15, 1821 

HALEY Mrs. Hannah and Leonard Hathaway, 
both of Wellington, Mass., in this town. 
American of Sent. 30, 1814 

HALFPENNY Thomas J. and Matilda N. Al- 

den, at Baltimore. American of Feb. 3, 1832 

HALL Capt. Job W. and Mrs. Nancy Leonard, 

at Taunton, by Rev. Mr. Pipon, Nov. 16, 1808 

Hannah and Warren Lincoln, both of and at 

Raynham, by Rev. Dr. Forbes, March 15, 1810 

Ann, daughter of the late Col. Levi, and 
Capt. Charles Holden, Jr., all of this town, 
by Rev. Mr. Edes, Dec. 10, 1810 

Barzillai and Hannah Robinson, both of 

Raynham, Mass., in this town, Oct. 13, 1813 

Eliza, daughter of the late Dr.' Hall, 

of Pomfret, Conn., and Henry Ward, Esq., 

of New York, at Pomfret, Sept. 2, 1818 

Elizabeth, daughter of Capt. Lyman, and 
William C. Pendleton, both of and at West- 
erly, American of Dec. 31, 1819 

Ruth and John Brewer, bookseller, both of 

and at Providence American of Jan. 28, 1820 

James S. and Eleanor Snow, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Ameri- 
can of June 2, 1820 

Susan, youngest sister of Capt. Shira, and 
George Marsh, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano. American of June 12, 1821 

John, Jr., of Norton, and Harriet Leonard, 

of and at Taunton. American of Sept. 25, 1821 

Anna and Hosea Jenckes, both of and at 

Smithfield. American of Oct. 5, 1821 

Jabez, of Providence, and Hannah C. Put- 
nam, daughter of Israel, Esq., of and at 
Sutton, Mass. American of Oct. 26, 1821 



24 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



HALL Mary and John Booth, both of and at 

North Providence, by Rev. Mr. Taft. 

American of 
Caroline, daughter of Nathaniel, Esq., and 

Rev. Francis Parkman, at Medford, Mass. 

American of 
Jonathan Prescott, Esq,, of Pomfret, Ct., and 

Harriet DeWolfe, daughter of Hon. James, 

at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wight. 
Nathan and Eliza A. Billings, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Perley and Sarah S. Smart, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Nancy, of Attleboro, and Marcus Williams, 

of Mansfield, at Attleboro. American of 
Sarah, of Mansfield, and Samuel Smith, of 

Hampton, at Mansfield. American of 
Robert, of Boston, and Sophia Allen, of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Leonora, daughter of Thomas, Esq., of Sparta, 

Ala., and Col. Charles O. Foster, formerly 

of Providence, at Sparta. American of 
Milton and Julia Collins, daughter of John A., 

Esq., at Newport. American of 
Joseph A. and Sally White, at Taunton. 

American of 
Maria and George Eddy, at Johnston. Amer- 
ican of 
Milton and Rosannah Pitman, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
John Pearce and Ann Eliza Thompson, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Ardelia and Zadock Baker, both of and at 

Taunton. American of 
Ruth and Chauncey W. Saunders, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, 
Sarah B., of Salem, Mass., and Rev. George 

Dana Boardman, of North Yarmouth, Me., 

at Salem. They will embark shortly for 

India under the direction of the Board of 

Missions. American of 
Mary and Augustus S. Dawley, at Slaters- 

ville, Smithfield. American of 
Cornelia, daughter of Thomas, and Seth 

Doud, at Middletown. American of 
Tamzin,of Pawtucket, and Lemuel Ingraham, 

of Attleboro, at St. Paul's Church, 
Dorcas, of East Greenwich, and George E. 

Weeden, of North Kingstown, at Exeter. 

American of 



Dec. 28, 1821 

May 10, 1822 

Oct. II, 1822 

March 30, 1823 

Aug. 27, 1823 

Nov. 20, 1823 

March 30, 1824 

April 25, 1824 

June 4, 1824 
June II, 1824 
Aug. 13, 1824 
Sept. 24, 1824 
Nov. 20, 1824 
Dec. 26, 1824 
Feb. 25, 1825 
March 16, 1825 

July 8, 1825 

July IS, 1825 

Sept. 23, 1825 

Sept. 25, 1825 

Oct. 4, 1825 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



25 



HALL Phila, of Newport, and Gustavus Wil- 
liamson, of and at Providence, by Rev. 
J. N. Krown, 

Silas, Jr., of Providence, and Julia Ann Smith, 
of and at North Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering, 

Dutee J., of North Kingstown, and Sarah 
H.' Lawton, of and at Exeter, by Elder 
Pardon Tillinghast, 

Mary A. and Charles W. Henry, both of and 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Isaac, Jr., and Eliza Jennings, both of and at 
Fall River, by Rev. Mr. Smith. Ameri- 
can of 

Milton and Hannah M. Farley, at Newport, 
by Rev. Mr. Torrey, 

Eleanor and Nathan Chace, at Portsmouth 
American of 

Mercy R. and Vernum Bailey, both of East 
Greenwich, at Warwick, 

Persis, of Raynham, and Capt. Elijah Stod- 
dard, of Taunton, at Bristol, by Rev. 
Bishop Griswold. American of 

Rachel Wilson, third daughter of George, 
Esq., of Newport, and Henry G. Carpenter, 
of Providence, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 
Wheaton, 

Polly and Ebenezer Snow, Jr., of Raynham, 
at Taunton, by Rev. Mr. Cobb, 

Robert B. and Ophelia B. Carey, both of 
East Greenwich, at Norwich, Ct., by Rev. 
Mr. Bentley, 

Alexander and Charlotte Parker, at Nan- 
tucket. American of 

Samuel and Elizabeth B. Dickerman, at 
Boston. American of 

Samuel W. and Margaret B. Knowlton, at 
Boston. American of 

Capt. Amos R. and Arbela Wilbur, daughter 
of Capt. Simeon, at Raynham. American 
of 

Wealthy, of Portsmouth, and David W. 
Wilbur, of Somerset, at Portsmouth, by 
Rev. Mr. Gale. American of 

Soraneus L., of Norton, and Ann Sarah 
Mupro, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering, 

Mary M., daughter of Benjamin, of Newport, 
and Henry M. Holley, of South Kingstown, 
at Newport, by Rev Mr. Tucker, 



Oct. 9, 1825 

Dec. 6, 1825 

March 15, 1826 
Feb. 25, 1827 

April 13, 1827 
May 30, 1827 
Dec. 18, 1827 
Feb. 24, 1828 

Sept. 9, 1828 

Dec. I, 1828 
June II, 1829 

June 21, 1829 

Sept. 18, 1829 

Jan. 8, 1830 

April 30, 1830 

Dec. 3, 1830 
March 22, 1831 
April 28, 1 83 1 

May 9, 1831 



26 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HALL Sarah Weeden, of New Shorehara, and 

Matthew Chappell, Esq., of South Kings- 
town, at Stonington, by Rev. Mr. Whit- 
tlesey, Oct. 6, 1 83 1 
John W. D. and Abby S.Jackson, daughter 

of John T., of Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Pickering, Nov. 13, 1831 

Isaac, of New Bedford, and Hannah Norris, 

daughter of Benjamin, of and at Bristol, Dec. 12, 1831 

HALLETT David of Yarmouth, and Caroline 

B. Swift, of Providence, at Yarmouth, by 

Rev. Mr. Aid en, July 20, 18 17 

Christina, of Barnstable, and Rev. Daniel 

Chessman, prstor of Warren Baptist 

Church, at Barnstable. American of April 21, 1818 

Benjamin Franklin, Esq., attorney at law, 

and Laura Earned, second daughter of 

William, Esq., both of and at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Crocker, June 25, 1822 

Julia Ann, tenth daughter of Benjamin, Esq., 

and Capt. Bradford B. Williams, at Oster- 

ville, Mass. American of April 9, 1824 

Capt. William L. and Keziah C. Sturges, 

both of Barnstable, at Boston, Oct. 25, 1827 

George W., late of Boston, and Louisa 

Branch, daughter of late Col. Sanford, of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, May 18, 1829 

A. D. M., daughter of B , and Capt. 

George Lovell, at Osterville. American of June 25, 1830 
Nancy and Isaac H. Bearse, at Yarmouth. 

American of Dec. 17, 1830 

Mrs.Henrietta,daughter of Benjamin Hallett, 

and Thomas Delap Scudder, of Hallowell, 

Me., at Osterville, Mass., by Rev. Mr. 

Harris, Sept. 4, 1831 

HALLOCK Gerard, one of the editors of Boston 

Recorder and Telegram, and Eliza Allen, 

of Chilmark, Martha's Vineyard. Amer- 
ican of June 14, 1825 
HALSEY Frances Maria, daughter of Thomas 

L., Esq., of this town, and George Warren 

Cross, Esq., of Charleston, S. C, at St. 

John's Church, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, Oct. 19, 1812 

Harriet, daughter of Thomas Lloyd Halsey, 

Esq., and Capt. John Orde Creighton, U. 

S. Navy, in this town, at St. John's Church, 

by Rev. Dr. Crocker, March 5, 1815 

Anna Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Lloyd 

Halsey, ot Providence, and Marshall G. 

Wright, Esq., of New York, at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Nov. 8, 1827 



RHODE ISLA.ND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 



27 



HALSTEAD 



Esq., of Brooklyn, N. 



Y., and Marianna Patten, daughter of Rev. 
Dr. Patten, of and at Newport. Amer- 
ican of 
HAMBLEY Ruth and William Osborn, both of 
and at Tiverton. American of 

Elizabeth S., of Providence, and Thomas 
Osborne, Jr., of Tiverton, at Portsmouth. 
American of 
HAMER Joseph and Sabra Clarke, both of and 

at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, • 
HAMOR George, of Fall River, and Dorothy S. 
Clarke, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Bene- 
dict. American of 
HAMILTON Mrs. Charlotte and Hon. John 
Taylor Gilman, Governor of New Hamp- 
shire, at Exeter, N. H. American of 

Job, of Warwick, and Hetty Warren, of and 
at Lyme, Ct. American of 

Rev. Luther, of Taunton, and Delia Williams, 
of and at Deerfield, Mass. American of 

Henry and Maria Peirce, both of and a,t War- 
wick. American of 

Ruana and Anson Hathaway, at Pawtucket, 
by Rev. Mr. Taft, 

Eliza, daughter of the late General, and Sid- 
ney Augustus Holly, of Stamford, Ct., at 
New York. American of 

Charles A., of Worcester, and Eliza A. Porter, 
of and at Boston. American of 

William, of Providence, and Mary Staples, of 
and at Mendon, by Rev. Mr. Daggett, 

David M. G., of Londonderry, Ireland, and 
Hannah C. Snow, of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Mrs. Henrietta R. and Rev. William T. Pot- 
ter, both of and at New Haven, Ct. Amer- 
ican of 
' John, formerly of Fayette Co., Penn., and 
Mrs. Mary Cavenaugh, widow of Patrick, 
an old Revolutionary soldier. She is in her 
6oth year. She is the mother of 2 1 children, 
had last year 48 grandchildren and a niim- 
ber of great grandchildren. This is her 
fifth husband and this his fourth wife ; at 
Boston. American of 

Capt. John and Mrs. Rebecca Colby, at 
Wiscassett. This is her 3d husband and 
she is not yet 20; has been a widow 6 weeks. 
American of 



May 20, 1 83 1 
Oct. 29, 1822 

March. 27, 1827 
Aug. 3, 1820 

Aug. 5, 1828 

Jan. 13, 1815 
Jan. 16, 1818 
Nov. 2, 1 82 1 
June 4, 1822 
April II, 1825 

July 26, 1825 
March 14, 1826 
March 30, 1828 

July 21, 1828 

June 22, 1830 



June 29, 1830 
Dec. 17, 1830 



2y VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HAMLIN William and E;iiza Bo wen, daughter 

of Isaac, both of and at this town, by Rev. 

Mr, Edes, April 2, 1810 

Samuel E. and Nancy Bolster, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, April 28, 1817 

Cornelius F and Martha Munro, at Paw- 
tucket, May 18, 1829 
H.AMRLIN Leonard, 23, and widow 

Burlingim, 40. She is sister to Hamblin's 

grandfather's wife; at Huntington, Vt. 

American of April 22, 183 1 

HAMM ^iary Ann, daughter of Benjamin, and 

John G. Child, both of and at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, Nov. 12, 1820 

Mrs. Deborah, of Providence, and Uriel 

Bowen, of Attleboro, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Ludlow, Aug. i, 1824 

Mary Jane and Oliver Hancom, at Ports- 
mouth. American of Dec. 31, 1830 
Elizabeth and David Porter, at Boston, by 

Rev. Mr. Haskins, Rector of Grace 

Church, May 3, 1831 

Martha I., daughter of Benjamin, of Provi- 
dence, and William B. Westcott, of New 

York, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Church, Oct. 24, 1832 

HAMMERSLEY Anna Maria and Rev. An- 

toine Verren, Rector of the French Church 

du St. Esprit, at New York. American of Oct. 26, 1830 
HAMMETT Sarah, daughter of Nathan, and 

Isaac Gould, at Newport. American of Dec. 25, 1810 

John V. and Louisa S. Davenport,' daughter 

of Charles, at Newport. American of Nov. 12, 181 1 

Alexander R., of Coventry, and Eunice Led- 

yard, of and at Warwick. American of March 7, 1820 

HAMMOND Mary, orily daughter of James, and 

Salmon Rugg, at Providence, by Rev'. Mr. 

Edes, June 24, i8io 

Capt. John Paine and Elizabeth Launders 

Thurston, daughter of the late Capt. Sam- 
uel, at Newport, Oct. 28, 1810' 
Sarah and Rowland R. Crocker, both of New 

Bedford, at Newport. American of April 26, 181 1 

Hannah and George Thomas, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano. American of Sept. 29, 181 1 

Cynthia, only daughter of the late Capt. 

Joshua, and Capt. Robert Williams, both 

of and at Newpoit. American of Aug. 22, 1815 

Ann H. and Daniel Allin, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, Nov. 4, 18 16 

Zenas and Mary Bailey, both of and at New- 
port. American of April 11, 1820 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 



29 



HAMMOND Jonathan, of Glocester, and Esther 
Tourtellott, daughter of Roger, of and at 
Foster. American of 

Pardon T., of North Kingstown, and Rhoby 
H. Stanton, of and at South' Kingstown, 
daughter of Daniel. American of 

Mary Ann, daughter of Samuel, Esq., and 
Rev. John Gorham Palfrey. American of 

Ann R.. daughter of James, of Newport, and 
Charles H. Phelps, of and at Stonington, 
Ct., by Rev. Mr. Hart, 

Col. Reuben and Abby Aylesworth, daughter 
of John, at Foster. American of 

John S. and Lucy Ann Sweetland, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, 

William G.,. Esq., and Sarah T. Bull, daugh- 
ter of Henry, Esq., at Newport, by Rev. 
Mr. Wheaton. American of 

William and Hannah Seymour, at Providence. 
American of 

Hope Ann and Daniel Seaman, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, 

Mrs. Olive, of Mendon, and Peleg Peirce, at 
Rehoboth. Mr. P. has lost 5 wivis by 
whom he has had 21 children, 18 of whom 
are now living. She has been the mother 
of 13 children, 10 of whom are living. 
American of 

Miss Olive, of Mendon, and Peleg Peirce, at 
Rehoboth. American of 

Capt. Ebenezer F., of Rochester, and Lovica 
H. Jenney, at Fairhaven. American of 

Josiah H. and Anna G. Warren, at Grafton. 
American of 

John and Hannah Russell, at Marblehead. 
American of 

William and Mrs. Martha Brown. American 
of 

Frances Josephine, daughter of Col. Asahel, 

of Hampton, Ct., and Jedediah Leavens, 

Jr., Esq., of KiUingly, Ct., merchant, at 

Hampton, by Rev. Mr. Sprague, 

HANAN Eliza and Gardiner T. Swartz, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Church, 
HANBURY Capel, Esq., of the Royal Scots, 
and Ellen Franklin, only daughter of 
William, formerly Governor of New Jersey, 
and granddaughter of Dr. Benjamin, in 
England. American of 
HANCOCK Timothy and Sarah Lyons, at Paw- 
tucket. American of 



Sept. IS, 1820 

March 7, 1823 
March 14, 1823 

July 28, 1824 

April 29, 1825 

Jan. 17, 1828 

Jan. 29, 1828 
June 24, 1828 
July 10, 1828 



Dec. 5, 1828 
Dec. 12, 1828 
Sept. 18, 1829 
Oct. 23, 1829 
Dec. 17, 1830 
Dec. 24, 1830 

Jan. i6, 1833 
Oct. 4, 1829 

Aug. 7, 1818 
April 22, 1828 



30 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HANCOCK Henry R., of Boston, and Mary 

Ann Slack, of and at Roxbury, by Rev. 

Dr. Pearce. American of Dec. i8, 1829 

HANDON Maria Land Fessenden Parker, both 

of North Providence, at Pawtucket, by 

Rev. Mr. Taft, American of June 7, 1831 

Maria L. and Fessenden Parker, both of 

North Providence. This marriage never 

took place. ;^s.oo is offered for proof of 

the party who brought the notice to the 

office. American of June 21, 183 1 

HANDY Luther and Christana Munroe, both of 

Warren, at Bristol. American of June 4, 1816 

Asa, of Providence, and Mrs. Robey Smith, 

of Smithfield, by Abel Allen, Esq., April 22, 1820 

Eleanor, daughter of late Job, of Uxbridge, 

and John Baker, of Scituate, at Uxbridge. 

American of Oct. 19, 1821 

Charles O., of Newport, Purser U. S. Navy, 

and Emily Jane Taylor, daughter of 

Frances S., Esq., at Old Point Comfort, 

Va. American of April 19, 1825 

Caroline, eldest daughter of William, M. D., 

of New York, and William Erskine Gold, 

Esq., of Pittsfield, Mass., at New York. 

American of June 21, 1825 

Ann Matilda, daughter of Thomas, of New- 
port, and Adam J. Levy, of Philadelphia, at 

Newport, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, Oct. 12, 1825 

Waitey and James Arnold, Esq., both of 

Cumberland, at Smithfield, by Thomas 

Mann, Esq., Aug. 10, 1826 

Westcott and Mary Cross, daughter of Capt. 

Samuel, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Pickering, Feb. 7, 1827 

Leafy and Caleb Fuller, both of and at Smith- 
field, by Judge Mann, Nov. 22, 1827 
G., of Bristol, and Elizabeth O. Freeman, of 

and at Boston. American of Sept. 30, 1828 

Willard A. and Stelliann Robinson, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Nov. 23, 1829 
William A. and Amelia Jane Read, at Bristol, 

by Rev. Mr. Davis, May 20, 1832 

H ANING Moses, 70, and Mrs. Isabella Cheralin, 

28, at Northumberland, N. Y. American of May 3, 1814 

HUNNEWELL Sophia, of Cambridge, and 

Charles Tufts, of Smithfield, at Cambridge. 

American of Nov. 9, 1824 

HANSCOM Oliver and Mary Jane Hamm, at 

Portsmouth. American of Dec. 31, 1830 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 



31 



HANSON Maria and Daniel Sheffey, M. C.from 

Virginia, at Washington. American of 

Mary J. and Hon. Thomas P. Grosvenor, 

near Baltimore, at the residence of Charles 

Hanson, Esq. American of 

Abigail, 55, and John Bobar, i8,at Lewiston, 

Me. American of 
Daniel and C. F. E. Jackson, adopted daugh- 
ter of Mrs. Eleanor, at Charlestown, Mass. 
American of 
HAPGOOD Dorexa and Kinne Sperrey, at 

Cornwall, Vt. American of 
HARBIN Henry and Zerviah Myers, both of 
Dracut, Mass,, at Olneyville, by Nathaniel 
G. Olney, Esq., 
HARDENBERG John C. and Mary Colwell, 
daughter of John, Esq., of Burrillville, at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Preston. Amer- 
ican of 
HARDGROVE Elizabeth, i8, and John Beal, a 
soldier in Pulaski's legion in the Revolu- 
tion, at Richmond. American of 
HARDING Mary, daughter of Walker, and 
Lemuel Field, Jr., all of this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Edes, 
Eliza, daughter of Walker, of this town, and 
Edmund B. Winterbottom, of and at Wil- 
mington, N. C, 
Ezekiel and Sally Harding, daughter of 
Walker, in this town, by Rev. Dr. Crocker. 
American of 
Sally, d'^ughter of Walker, and Ezekiel Hard- 
ing, in this town, by Rev. Dr. Crocker. 
American of 
Abbey and James Smith, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
Lebbeus L. and Sarah B. Anthony, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
Eddy, of Barnngton, and Nancy Walker 
Hutchinson, of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, 
Albert E. and Cornelia EUery, daughter of 
Hon. Christopher, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 
Sevvall and Eliza Wheeler, both of and at 
Medway, by Rev. Mr. Bailey. American of 
Mary Ann, of Providence, and John Harts- 
horn, of Boston, at Providence. Amer- 
ican of 
Martha and Joseph Lindsey, both of and at 
Bristol. American of 



Feb. 14, 18 12 

March 28, 1815 
Feb. 15, 1830 

Aug. 24, 1830 
Aug, 12, 1828 

May 5, 1815 

Oct. 8, 1819 

May 1 8, 1832 

June 20, 1811 

July 20, 181 1 

Dec. ;, 1813 

Dec. 7, 181 3 
Dec. 20, 1813 

May 26, 181; 

June 5, 1817 

Nov. 26, 1819 
Dec. 5, 1820 

March i, 1822 
Feb. 17, 1824 



32 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HARDING Harriet, of Mansfield, and Willard 
Richards, of Attleboro, at Mansfield, by- 
Rev. Mr. Briggs, July 7, 1825 

Edwin and Frances Angier, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, Oct. 26, 1828 

Eliza F., second daughter of Hezekiah, and 
John H.Taylor, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Hathaway, Oct. 21, 1832 

HARDY Luther, of Bradford, Mass., and Re- 
becca Goss, of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, Dec. 26, 1825 

Gilbert P. and Mary Ann Knapp, formerly 
of Portsmouth, at Bradford, Mass. Amer- 
ican of Jan. 12, 1830 
HARGROVE Caroline and Ebenezer French, 
one ot the editors of Baltimore Patriot, at 
Baltimore. American of March 4, 1814 
HARKELL Henrietta S. and Otis Hayden, at 

Boston. American of Oct. 23, 1829 

HARKNESS Elizabeth, daughter of George, of 
Newport, and Gardiner Tisdale, of Wick- 
ford, at Newport. American of Feb. 6, 1824 
HARLOW Lavinia, daughter of Capt. Benjamin, 
and John T. Alexander, both of and at 
Plymouth, by Rev. Mr. Bugbee, May 5, 1831 
HARRELL Winifred and Isaac Stafford, of 
Newport, at Elizabeth City, N. C. Amer- 
ican of April 3, 1829 
HARRINGTON Abel B. and Mary Armington, 

in this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, July 10, 1809 

Phebe and John R. Bradford, at Boston, by 
Rev. Dr. Baldwin, Nov. 10, 1814 

Charles C, of Newport, and Maria Hudson, 
daughter of Capt. Thomas, of Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, Feb. 6, 1820 

Huldah and Charles Bennett, both of and at 
Foster. American of Sept. 19, 1820 

Samuel, of Brimfield, Mass., and Harriet 
Phipps, of and at Thompson, Ct. Ameri- 
ican of Nov. 13 and 27, 1821 

James J., of Providence, and Mrs. Eliza 
Sherman, formerly of New Bedford, at 
Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Mace, Aug. 25, 1822 

Amelia and Richard M. Snow, both of and 

at Providence. American of July 15, 1823 

Samuel, of East Greenwich, and Emeline 
Marsh, of and at Cranston, by Rev. Dr. 
Edes, May 6, 1827 

Capt. Daniel and Clarrissa Gray, at Worces- 
ter, by Rev. Mr. Miller. American of April 11, 1828 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 



33 



HARRINGTON Hannah and Henry Tower, at 
Millbury, by Rev. Mr. Goffe. American of 

Albert and Mary Ann Roudrick, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Waterman, 

Laura and Runah Bazin, both of and at 
Valley Falls, by Rev. Dr. Benedict. 
American of 

Panthey, 14, and Jacob Allen, 18, at Thomas- 
town, Me. American of 

Harriet and Arthur Clarke, of Providence, at 
Grafton. American of 

Harriet S., of Smithfield, and Niles West- 
cott, of Cranston, at Central Falls, 

Elmina T., of Central Falls, and Edward 
Knight, of Cumberland, at Central Falls, 
by Rev. Mr. Frieze, 
HARRIS Eliza, eldest daughter of Capt. Ben- 
jamin, of Taunton, and Thomas VV. S. 
Bicknell, at Barrington, by Rev. Mr. 
Watson, 

Dr. Stephen and Eliza Greene, daughter of 
Capt. James, at Warwick, by Elder Little- 
field, 

Mrs. Abby, eldest daughter of Dr. Caleb 
Fiske, and Caleb Williams, Esq., of Provi- 
dence, at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Martha, daughter of Oliver, of Cumberland, 
and James Salla, of this town, at Cumber- 
land. American of 

Eunice, of Boston, and Cyrus Drake, of 
Watertown, 

Daniel, of Smithfield, and Mary H. Tilling- 
hast, of and at Wrentham. American of 

Emar and Sally Sweet, youngest daughter of 
Philip, both of and at Smithfield, 

John S., merchant, and Polly C. Coleman, in 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Allen, Agent Central Manufacturing Co., and 
Mary Lester, of and at Plainfield, Ct., by 
Rev. Mr. Wells. American of 

Mercy Ann, daughter of Stephen, Esq., of 
Scituate, and John W. Smith, of Glocester, 
at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Westcott, 

Capt. Isaac and Mrs. Patience Paul, daughter 
of the late Dr. F. W. Rhodes, of Boston, 
by Rev. Mr. Preston, 

Daniel and Phebe B. Thornton, at Pawtuxet, 
by Rev. Mr. Jacobs. American of 

Susan, of Cranston, daughter of the late 
Andrew, of Warwick, and William C. Man- 
chester, Esq., by Rev. Mr. Tatem, 



July 18, 1828 
Oct 22, 1828 

Nov. 3, 1829 
Dec. 18, 1829 
June 21, 1831 
Oct. 30, 1 83 1 

May 13, 1832 

June 25, 1809 

Dec. 3, 1809 

Aug. s, 1 81 1 

Jan. 12, 1813 
Aug. 31, 1813 
May 24, 1814 
Feb. 21, 1815 
June 25, 1815 

May 17, 1816 

March 13, 1817 

May II, 1817 
July 8, 1817 

June 14, 1818 



34 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HARRIS Edwin H., of Providence, and MaryC. 
Dexter, of and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 
Blake. American of June 15, 1818 

Edward B., of Cranston, and Maria A. 
Greene, of and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. 
Tatem, Sept. 24, 18 18 

Solomon, of Brooklyn, Ct., and Eliza Tilling- 

hast Holdoff, of Providence, March 18, iSrg 

Stephen and Avis Sayles, eldest daughter of 

Elisha, Esq., both of and at Burrillville, July 6, 1820 

Anna and Amasa Fuller, both of Attleboro, 
at Providence, Aug. 26, 1820 

Sarah Ann, of^ Cranston, and Capt. Earle 
Carpenter, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. 
Curtis, Oct. 26, 1820 

Benjamin C, of Providence, and Eliza 
Greene, daughter of Timothy, of North 
Providence, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Edes, April 16, 1821 

Phebe, of Scituate, daughter of late Dr. 
Harding, of Johnston, and John S. Fenner, 
of Foster. American of Oct. 30, 1821 

Sarah O., daughter of late Stephen, of Prov- 
idence, and Samuel Greene, of North 
Providence, at Pro.vidence, by Rev. Dr. 
Crocker, Sept. 10, 1822 

Dr. Stephen, of Warwick, and Maria Manton, 
daughter of late Col. Edward, of and at 
Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, Oct. 13, 1822 

Amey W., daughter of Charles, Esq., and 
Major Jeremiah Potter, both of and at 
Scituate. American of Oct. 25, 1822 

Samuel B., of Smithfield, and Amey Wilkin- 
son, daughter of Abraham, of and at Paw- 
tucket. American of June 10, 1823 

Eliza A. and John Burr, 2d, both of Provi- 
dence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict. 
American of Aug. 1, 1823 

Aldice and Mary Winsor, daughter of Au- 
gustus, both of and at Scituate. Ameri- 
can of April 20, 1824 

Hannah, daughter of Joseph, of Cranston, 
and Dr. Leander Uttley, of Providence, at 
Cranston. American of May 7, 182*4 

William W. and Eliza G.. Fuller, daughter of 
late Joseph, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Ludlow. American of Nov. 5, 1824 

Naomi, youngest daughter of Jonathan, of 
Smithfield, and Stephen Brown, of Provi- 
dence, at Smithfield. American of Feb. 25, 1825 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 35 

HARRIS Sally M., daughter of William, and 
Joseph Taylor, Jr., both of Warwick, at 
Greenville, War., by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct, 16, 1825 

Eliza and Col. John W. Arnold, both of and 
at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, Oct. 30, 1825 

Capt. Elisha and Sarah Taylor, eldest daugh- 
ter of late William, of Providence, at Scit- 
uate, by Rev. Jonathan Wilson, Dec. 20, 1825 

Elisha, Esq., of Coventry, and Sally Taylor, 
of Scituate, at Coventry, Dec. 21, 1825 

Phebeand Daniel Mann, Esq.,of Woonsocket, 
at Smithfield, Aug. 3, 1826 

Amey A. and Jonathan S. Angell, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 5, 1826 

William and Sarah Wilkinson, daughter of 
Abraham, Esq., at Pawtucket, by Rev, Dr. 
Benedict, Oct. 18, 1826 

Ann, daughter of John, of Cranston, and 
Henry Sweeting, of Pomfret, Ct., at Crans- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, Nov. 26, 1826 

Relief and Shubael Kelley, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Dec. 4, 1826 

Capt. Caleb and Eliza A. Hodges, daughter 
of Preston, of Providence, at New York, Jan. 12, 1827 

Patience Francis, daughter of Charles, and 
Abner W. Peckham, at Scituate, by Rev. 
Mr. Knight, Sept. 7, 1828 

Samuel, Esq., and Adelina Sproat, daughter 
of late James, of and at Taunton, Oct. 6, 1828 

Jonathan and Adelia M. Capron, at Smith- 
field, April 6, 1830 

Samuel and Mary Smith, daughter of Jere- 
miah, at Smithfield, May 20, 1830 

George W., Esq., and Mrs. Lucinda Morgan, 
widow of late Capt. William, at Batavia, 
N. Y., by Rev. Simeon Cummings. Amer- 
ican of Dec. 7, 1830 

Elisha and Mary Ann Winsor, daughter of 
Abram, Esq., both of Smithfield, at Slaters- 
ville, by Rev. Mr. Farley, Oct. 2, 1832 

HARRISON Ann and Thomas Greene, both of 

and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Littlefield, May 28, 1815 

Capt. William and Catherine Warner, both of 
and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, Jan. i, 1816 

Henry, merchant, and Elizabeth Francis, 
daughter of the late Thomas Willing Fran- 
cis, Esq., both of and at Philadelphia. 
American of April 8, 1817 

E. H. and Dr. S. H. Littlejohn, of U. S. 
Army, at Sackett's Harbor, N. H. Amer- - 
ican of April 6, 1821 



36 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HARRISON Sarah, of Darien, and Isaac Snow, 
formerly of Providence, at Darien, Ga.- 
American of Feb. 14, 1823 

Mrs. Elizabeth, of Philadelphia, and John 
Brown Francis, of Warwick, at Philadel- 
phia. American of May 29, 1832 
HART Ann, of Boston, and John Bacon, of 
Newport, merchant, at Boston, by Rev. 
Dr. Lathrop, American of Oct. 8, 181 1 

Jarvis P. and Elizabeth Dunham, both of and 

at Newport. American of Dec. 7, i8t9 

Nancy and John Durfee, at Tiverton, by Rev. 

Mr. Coleman. American of Dec. 19, 1820 

James W. and Penelope Dean, at Taunton, 

by Rev. Alvin Cobb. American of Jan. 5, 1821 

George and Eliza Padelford, at Taunton. 

American of Jan. 18, 1822 

Nicholas and Penelope Bowen, both of and 

at Cranston. American of Oct. 29, 1822 

Mercy and Benjah Borden, at Tiverton: 

American of May 20, 1823 

Simon and Mary C. Carr, at Newport. 

American of Oct. 3, 1823 

Elizabeth L., daughter of Elisha, Esq , of 
Saybrook, Ct., and sister of Mrs. Commo- 
dore Huil, and Hon. Heman Allen, U. S. 
Minister to Chili, at New Haven, Ct. 
American of Oct. 28, 1823 

Eliza Ann and Charles Lincoln, at Taunton, Sept. 23, 1828 

Mrs. Rebecca and Alexander Jack, at New- 
port. American of Nov. 7, 1828 

Mary Ann S. and Gideon Brown, both of and 

at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Manchester, Jan. 26, 1829 

Emily, of Foster, and 'Perry Davis, of Provi- 
dence, at Johnston, by Rev. Mr, Manches- 
ter, Nov. 8, 1829 

John and Elizabeth Bowers, of Providence, 
at Pawtucket, [prob. Pawtuxet, J. N, A.] 
by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff. Dec. 29, 1829 

Lucinda, daughter of Hon. John, and Thad- 
deus Spaulding, M, D., at South Reading. 
American of July 27, 1830 

William B., M. D., of Colrain, and Octavia 

Fairman, at Norwich. American of Aug. 10, 1830 

Edwin and Lucelia Gorton, both of Warwick, 
at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, May 15, 183 1 

HARTLETT Hon. Josiah, M. C. from N. H., 
and Hannah Weeks, at Greenfield, N. H. 
American of April 28, 18 12 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



37 



HARTSHORN Lucy, of Kingsboro, N. Y., and 
John Larchar, of and at this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Edes, 

Sylvanus and Desdamia Allen, daughter of 
Major Abel, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Hannah, daughter of Jacob, of Johnston, and 
Othniel Gorton, of Providence, at John- 
ston, by Rev. Mr. Almy. American of 

Hannah, of Franklin, Ct., and George Smith, 
of Middletown, at Franklin. American of 

Sylvester, of Providence, and Amey Water- 
man, eldest daughter of Thomas, at Smith 
field, by Rev. Mr. White. American of 

Submit, of Hampton, Ct., and William Ray- 
mond, of Norwich, Ct., at Coventry, R. I., 
by Obed Perkins, Esq., 

John, of Boston, and Mary Ann Harding, of 
and at Providence. American of 
HARTS HORNE Lucretia and Howe Grosve- 

nor, at Pomfret, Ct. American of 
HARTSHORN Samuel W. and Amelia Dana, 
daughter of Payton, of Providence, at Nor- 
folk, Va., 

Mary, of Providence, and Samuel Allen, of 
Centreville, N. Y., at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Edes, 

Nancy Peirce and Jacob Robbins, of Lowell, 
at Boston. American of 

Thomas Coles and Ednah Jewett Pabodie, 
daughter of William, Esq., 
HARTWELL Jesse, Jr., of New Marlboro, 
Mass., and Maria Thayer, of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Sharp of Boston, 

Rev. Jesse, of Sumpterville, S. C, formerly 
of Providence, and Margaret F. Brodie, of 
and at Charleston, S. C, American of 

George and Abigail W. Eaton, daughter of 
Seth, Esq., at Taunton, 

Jonas and Thankful Briggs, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 

Isaac and Sally Stone, at South Leicester, 
by Rev. Mr. Jones, 
HARVEY Mrs. Elizabeth, 65, and Benjamin 
Lincoln, 75, at Taunton. American of 

Preston, of Taunton, and Silence Eddy, of 
and at Rehoboth, by George W. Peck, Esq. 
American of 

Elizabeth, of Taunton, and Thomas Burt, of 
and at Rehoboth, 



April 17, .1814 

Nov. 23, 1815 

Aug. 20, 1 8 19 
Oct. 23, 1820 

Dec. 15, 1820 

March 1 1, 1821 

March i, 1822 

Feb. 6, 1824 

Jan. 21, 1828 

April 20, 1829 
May 28, 1830 
Oct. 13, 1830 

Sept. 19, 1 819 

June I, 1824 
Dec. II, 1825 
Nov. 26, 1827 
Dec. 15, 1829 

Julys, i8r4 

Jan. 4, 1820 
Nov. 15, 1821 



38 VITAL RECORD OP RHODE ISLAND 

HARVEY Ann and John Barney, both at and of 

Taunton. American of Jan. 9, 1823 

Joel and Lydia S. Barber, both of and at 

Worcester. American of April 15, 1825 

Polly, of Providence, and Thomas Francis, 

formerly of Boston, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Ludlow, May 30, 1825 

HARWOOD Mary and Capt. George Walden, 

both of Newport, in this town, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, Dec. 30, 1813 

Eliza, daughter of Edward, and Joseph West, 

both of Newport, in this town, by Rev. Dr. 

Messer, Sept. 27, 1815 

Harriet, daughter of Edward, and William 

Chace, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano. American of Oct. 10, 18 17 

John Carter and Abby Wheaton Merry, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Nov. 10, 1822 

George S., of Providence, and Mary S. Wal- 

din, daughter of Capt. George, of New- 
port, at Tiverton. American of Oct. 16, 1827 
Levi C. and Susan B. Stowe, both of and at 

Groton, by Rev. Mr. Conyers. American of Nov. 13,1827 
Catharine, daughter of Edward, of Provi- 
dence, and Benjamin P. Wilbour, of New- 
port, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, April 3, 1828 
Lieut. r-, U. S. Navy, and .Sarah A. 

Wood, daughter of late Capt. Peleg, at 

Newport, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, Nov. 11, 1828 

Mary G., daughter of Edward, and Lewis 

Potter, both of and at Pawtucket, by Rev. 

Dr. Benedict, Nov. 20, 1828 

Sally, daughter of Genera! Richard, of An- 
napolis, Md., and Lieut. Francis Taylor, 

U. S. Army, at Annapolis, by Rev. Mr. 

Blanchard. American of Sept. 25, 1829 

Archibald and Mrs. Hannah Fay, at Boston. 

American of March i, 1831 

HASKELL Sally F., daughter of late Comfort, 

Esq., of Cumberland, and George Mason, 

2d. American of Dec. 31, 1822 

Benjamin, of Providence, and Charity Van 

Cote, at New Haven. Feb. 4, 1828 

George, of Saxonville, and Deborah Com- 

stock, at Uxbridge. American of April 11, 1828 

Artemus H., of Mina, N. Y., and Sophia W, 

Davenport, of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Pickering, Oct. 5, 1828 

Mrs. Rebecca and Coffin Pinkham, at Nan- 
tucket. American of Aug. 25, 1829 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 



39 



HASKELL Nancy and Thomas Cunningham, at 
Glocester. American of 

S. P. and Dr. N. C. Keep, at Boston. Amer- 
can of 

Jacob, Jr., of Lowell, and Mary F. Snow, at 
Fitchburgh. American of 
HASKINS Ralph and Rebecca Greene, eldest 
daughter of the late David, Esq., at Bos- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Gardiner, 

Sybel and Edward Martin, at Taunton. 
American of 

Mary, of Hardwick, and Cyrus Chipman, 
resident of Greenwich Village, Mass., at 
said place, by W. P. Wing, Esq., 

Almira and Leonard Baker, at Taunton. 
American of 

Capt. Samuel and Lavma P. Rounds, both of 
and at Taunton. American of 

Abijah and Mercy A. Gavins, at Taunton. 
American of 

William, of Boston, and Frances Maria 
Hodges, at Providence. American of 

Sylvia, daughter of William, and Ebenezer 
Terrell, Jr., at New Bedford, by Rev. Mr. 
Kent, 
HASTINGS Mrs. Martha H., of Boston, daugh- 
ter of David Grieve, of Providence, and 
Nathaniel Holland, of and at Philadelphia. 
American of 

Mary M., daughter of Hon. Seth, and Caleb 
Hayward, Esq., at Mendon, Mass. Amer- 
ican of 

Mary Ann, daughter of Nathan, of Provi- 
dence, and Joseph Stacy, of Boston, at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
HASWELL Sarah, of VVatervliet, N Y., and 
Joseph H. Greene, of Albany, merchant, at 
Watervliet. American of 

Philip and Ruth Linell, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Kent, 

Mary A., of Providence, and Thomas Brow- 
nell, of Tiverton, at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, 

Elizabeth A., daughter of Peter, and Capt. 
Isaiah Weldon, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Tobey, 
HATCH John and Sally Edwards, youngest 
daughter of Dr. Thomas, at Keene, N. H. 
American of 



Oct. 9, 1829 

April 20, 1830 

May 21, 1830 

March 24, 18 14 
May 3, 1825 

Dec. 18, 1825 

Jan. 27, 1826 

March;, 1826 

April 30, 1830 

July 7, 1830 

April 19, 183 1 

Dec. 24, 18 19 

Nov. 8, 1822 

April 8, 1824 

March 26, 1822 
Aug. 9, 1826 

Nov. II, 1827 

Dec. I, 1831 

March 22, 181 1 



40 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HATCH John C, of Middletown, Ct., and Eliza 

A. Brown, of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Baker, Sept. 20, 1819 

William and Elizabeth L. Howland, daugh- 
ter of John, Esq., both of and at Bristol, 

by Rev. Mr. Wight, Feb. 27, 1820 

Betsey, of North Kingstown, and Thomas 

Essex, of Warwick, at North Kingstown, 

by Rev. Mr. Tillinghast, May 15, 1820 

Dr. Joseph and Cynthia Kent, both of and at 

Attleboro. American of Dec. 26, 1823 

Fanny, daughter of Col. Israel, of Attleboro, 

and Washington Peirce, of Weston, Mass., 

at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Hall, Jan. 21, 1824 

Mrs. Sarah B., of Hanson, and Winslow 

Sturtevant, of Pembroke, at Providence. 

American of Oct. 11, 1825 

George W. and Patience R Mason, at At- 
tleboro, by Rev. Mr. Hall, Jan. 23, 1826 
George C. and Martha S. Coomer, both of 

and at Bristol. American of April 24, 1827 

Solomon and Eunice W. Maxfield, daughter 

of David, both of and at Bristol, by Rev. 

Mr. Rexford, June 30, 1827 

Sarah T., daughter of late Solomon, of Bris- 
tol, and William Peck, at Bristol, by Rev. 

Mr. Rexford, Oct. 17, 1827 

Caroline and Dr. Anthony Collamore, at 

Pembroke, Mass. American of Sept. 11,1829 

A. M., of New York, merchant, and Harriet 

Osgood, at Haverhill. American of April 9, 1830 

Mary T., of Scituate, and Abiel Leach, Jr., 

of Providence, at Scituate. American of Aug. 20, 1830 

Watson D. and Patience Pearce, daughter of 

late Apollos, of Pawtucket, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 10, 1831 

HATHAWAY Aras, of Raynham, and Hannah 

Dean, of and at Taunton, June 4, 1809 

Jane, daughter of Abner, and Thomas Shaw, 

both of Newport, at Bristol, Aug. i, 1814 

Leonard, Esq., and Mrs. Hannah Haley, both 

of Wellington, Mass., in this town. Ameri- 
can of Sept. 30, 181 4 
Eliza, eldest daughter of Benjamin, and Peter 

Place, both of and Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, Dec. 17, 1816 

Joseph, of Boston, and Harriet Taylor, only 

daughter of the late Gustavus, Esq., at 

Providence. American of July 10, 1818 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 41 

HATHAWAY Eliza, daughter of Jeremiah, of 
Warwick, and Jonathan Peirce, Jr., of Cov- 
entry, at Cranston, Sept. 2, 1819 

Sally, of Bristol, and Taber Corey, of Wren- 
tham, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Rates. Amer- 
ican of Oct. II, 1819 

Ephraim A. and Sarah Ann Williams, daugh- 
ter of Nathaniel, Esq., both of and at Digh- 
ton. American of Feb. 11, 1820 

Thomas and Ann Eliza Barstow, eldest 
daughter of Elias, both of and at Provi- 
dence. American of Jan. i, 1822 

Adeline and Caleb Snow, at New Bedford. 

American of Nov. 22, 1822 

Sally S. and Joseph Cudworth, at Freetown, 

Mass. American of April 8, 1823 

Mary Ann, daughter of late Zephaniah, of 
Newport, and Welcome Ide, of and at Prov- 
idence. American of Jan. 2, 1824 

Betsey, of Freetown, and George Pearce, of 

Berkeley, at Freetown, April iSj 1824 

Noah P. and Ann Paine, both of Freetown, 
at Newport. American of April 27, 1824 

Abby F. and Bertram R. Parker,, both of 

and at Providence. American of May 14, 1824 

George W. and Alice M. Perry, both of 

Dighton, at Rehoboth. American of Aug. 24, 1824 

Cynthia and Jonathan Pike, at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 9, 1824 

Mary and Andrew Horton, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Mudge, March 2, 1825 

Anson and Ruana Hamilton, at Pawtucket, 

by Rev. Mr. Taft, April 11, 1825 

Lieut. Bradford, of Wellington, Mass., and 

Mary Burt, of and at Taunton, Oct. 9, 1825 

James M., of Freetown, Mass,, and Sally 
Hathaway, of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, Jan. i, 1826 

Sally, of Providence, and James M. Hath- 
away, of Freetown, Mass., at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. i, 1826 

Hope, of Dighton, and Isaiah Thomas, of 
Middleboro, at Dighton, by Israel Anthony, 
Esq., July 16, 1826 

Enock B., of Dighton. and Myra Burt, of and 
at Taunton, by Rev. Mr. Hamilton, Aug. 5, 1827 

Martha, daughter of late Michael, of Assonet 
Village, Freetown, and Isaac Borden, of 
Troy, Mass., at Assonet. American of Oct. 19, 1827 

Anna and Capt. Zebina Blake, at Dighton. 

American of Dec. 21, 1827 



42 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HATHAWAY Joshua and Mary Ann Smith, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering, Oct. i6, 1828 

Thomas Jefferson, of Cumberland, and Sarah 

Corey, at Smithfield, Dec. 29, 1828 

Margaret, daughter of late George, and 
George Anthony, both of Middletown, at 
Friends' Meeting House, Portsmouth, May 13, 1829 

Michael, of Freetown, and Almira Cannon, 
daughter of Cornelius, at New Bedford. 
American of Feb. 19, 1830 

Ann B. and Daniel S. Cobb, of Taunton, 

at Freetown. American of June 29, 1830 

Elizabeth and Silas J. Darling, at Fall River, 

by Rev. Mr. Minor, Dec. i, 1830 

Cynthia and Jabez Gibbs, at Fall River, by 

Rev. Mr. Minor, Jan, 27, 1831 

Esther and Samuel Wales, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Pattison, April 25, 1831 

HATHORN John and Sarah Agnes Bacon, at 

Boston, April 7, 1830 

HATTRICK Mary Crawford, daughter of Pfeter, 
Esq., and Rev. Joseph Hurlbert, of Albany, 
at New York. American of June 22, 1824 

HAUSWELL Ann Maria^and Alfred S. Buffing- 
ton, at Smithfield, by Rev. Dr. Edes, April i, 1827 
HAVENS Julia Ann and Joseph Manchester, 
Jr., both of and at Coventry, by Rev. Ivir. 
Manchester. Nov, 23, 1817 
Nancy, of Pawtucket. and Nathan A. Browh, 
of Smithfield, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. 
Benedict, Jan. 25, 1S18 
Fones, of North Kingstown, and Mary Lewis, 

at Newport. American of Jan. 5, 1821 

Joseph F., of North Kingstown, and Mary 
Lewis, of Jamestown, at Newport. Amer- 
ican of Jan. 9, 1 82 1 
Alexander, Jr., of Warwick, and Mary Gates, 

of and at Uxbridge, by Rev. Mr. Judson, Nov. 29, 1825 

HAVEN Louisa, of Framingham, Mass., and 
Rev. Elbridge Gale, of Wickford,at Fram- 
ingham, by Rev. Mr. Train, April 2, 1826 
HAVENS Susan and Freeman Baxter, both of 
Warwick, at Centreville, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, April S, 1827 
HAVEN Samuel F., Esq., of Dedham, and 

Lydia G. Sears, at Boston. American of May 14, 1830 

HAVENS Hiram, of Buffalo, N. Y ; and Zilpha 
L. Stetson, at Charlestown, Mass. Amer- 
i:an of April 22, 1831 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 43 

HAWES Abigail, of Franklin. Mass., and Pele- 

tiah Metcalf, of Smithfield, at Franklin. 

American of June 16,1820 

Nathan and Margaret Sweet, at Attleboro. 

American of May i, 1821 

Mrs. Olive and Napoleon Bonapart.e Bales, 

both of and at Smithfield. by Thomas 

Mann, Esq., ' Oct. 5, 1823 

Daniel B., of Providence, and Sarah J. Bar-, 

rows, of North Providence, at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano. American of Nov. 11, 1823 

Betsey and Ebenezer Crocker, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Aug. 22, 1825 

Marie, daughter of Col. George, and Latimer 

R. Shaw, of Boston, at Wrentham.by Rev. 

Elisha Fiske, Aug. 25, 1825 

Eliza and William Mason, both of Provi- 
de, ce, at Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Edes, May ri, 1826 
William T. and Margaret M. Montgomery, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, Dec. 12, 1826 

Rev. Prince, of Boston, and Charlotte J. L. 

Godfrey, daughter of John, Esq , at Taun- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Maltby, April 14, 1828 
William and Hannah Brathruk, at Boston. 

American of April 23, 1830 

John H., merchant, and Lydia H. Williams, 

at Boston, April 6, 1831 

HAWKES Alpheus, of Providence, and .^bigail 

Smith, of Smithfield, daughter of John, at 

Providence. American of Nov. 22, 1822 

Mrs. Elizabeth and Edwin Tripp, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Farley, Nov. 9, r828 

Jonathan and Clarissa Palmer, at Lynn. 

American of Oct. 9, 1829 

Sarah L. and Ebenezer Paine, at Charles- 
town, Mass. American of Nov. 6, 1829 
William and Hannah Holden, at Lynn. 

American of June 18, 1830 

HAWKINS Samuel, of Cranston, and Alice 

Anthony, of Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. 13, 181 1 
Joseph B. and Harriet Angell, daughter of 

Benjamin, both of and at North Provi- 
dence. American of July S, 1814 
Hope, of Johnston, and Joseph S. Angell, of 

Providence, at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. 

Sprague. American of Oct. 10, 1817 

Mrs. Pamela and Thomas Angell, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Oct. 6, 1819 



44 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



HAWKINS Mary, daughter of Darius, andViall 
Franklin, both of and at Cumberland, by 
■Rev. Mr. Potter, 

Sarah, of North Providence, and Maturin 
Ballou, 2d, of Smithfield, at North Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, 

Ezekiel B., of Providence, and Eliza Cranston, 
of and at Seekonk. American of 

Almira F., of Providence, and Otis Holmes, 
of Sharon, Mass., at North Providence. 
American of 

Alpheus, of Johnston, and Celia A. Rhodes, 
daughter of Richard, of and at Scituate, by 
Rev. Mr. Knight, 

Fidelia E. and Edward Jenckes, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Allen, 

John H., of Providence, and Clarissa M. Sim- 
mons, of Scituate, at Warwick. 

Hezekiah, formerly of Providence, and Sarah 
R. Carlton, of and at Franklin, Mass., 

William H., of Fall River, and Harriet Thur- 
ber, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering, 

and Benjamin B. Burgess, at Providence, 

Elvira, daughter of late Henry, of North 
Providence, and John Eddy, of Killingly, 
Ct., at Pawtucket, by Rev Mr. Taft. 
American of 

Mrs. Sarah B. and Samuel Shaw, 2d, at 
Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Allen, 
HAWLEY Emily Ann and Richard E. Eddy, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, 
HAY Hortensia Munro, daughter of George. 
Esq , U. S. Judge for Eastern District of 
Virginia, and Lloyd N. Rogers, Esq., of 
Maryland, at Oak Hill, the residence of ex- 
President Monroe, in Loudoun Co , Va., by 
Rev. Mr. Jackson, 
HAYDEN Sally L., daughter of Aaron, Esq.. 
and Luke Brooks, formerly of Salem, at 
Eastport, Me. American of 

Otis and Henrietta S. Haskell, at Boston. 
American of 
HAYES Gunilda. late of Ontario, N. Y., and 
Capt. Daniel Howland, formerly of Rhode 
Island, at St. Charles, Mo. American of 
Thomas, of Philadelphia, and Susan Parker 
Bainbridge, daughter of the Commodore, 
at Charlestown, Mass. American of 



Feb. 23, 1820 

Oct. 16, 1820 
April s, 1822 

July 26, 1822 

June 20, 1825 

Dec. 22, 1825 

Jan. 8, 1826 

Aug. 19, 1827 



Dec. 3, 1827 
July 23, 1828 



July 17, 1829 
March 4, 1830 

Oct. IS, 1823 



July 5, 1829 

March t6, 1827 
Oct. 23, 1829 

Aug. 28, 1821 

March 29, 1825 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 45 

HAYFORD Gardiner, of Providence, and Mrs. 
Ann Goodwin, daughter of Benjamin 
Williamson, at Charleston, S. C. Amer- 
ican of Dec. 18, 1818 

Eliza and Joseph W. Dexter, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Jan. 14, 1824 

Ruth W,, eldest daughter of Capt. Daniel, of 
Providence, and Nathaniel G. Helme, of 
North Kingstown, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Edes, Feb. i, 1825 

Ann and Cyrus H. Smith, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, July 19, 1827 

Mary Ann, daughter of Daniel. of Providence, 
and Archibald Fairbanks, of Lancaster, 
Mass., at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes. 
American of May 29, 1829 

HAY WARD Capt. Abraham, of Boston, and 
Marietta Daggett, daughter of Capt. Elijah, 
of and at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Reed, May 19, 18 14 

Charles, merchant, and Eleanor Dorr, eldest 
daughter of John, Esq., at Boston. Amer- 
ican of May 12, 1815 

John E., Esq., of South Bridgewater, and 
Harriet M. Pratt, daughter of Capt. Asa, 
of and at same place, Oct. 5, 1821 

Caleb, Esq., and Mary M. Hastings, daugh- 
ter of Hon. Seth, at Mendon, Mass. Amer- 
ican of Nov. 8, 1822 

Clarrissa and Joseph Luther, both of Belling- 

ham, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Feb. 20, 1827 

Ebenezer and Susan Burbeck, at Mendon, 
by Rev. Mr. Daggett. American of March 2, 1827 

Sarah A. and Samuel A. Dorr, Esq., at Bos- 
ton. American of Dec 22, 1829 

Jonathan P., of Boston, and Sarah R. Rice, 

at Concord. American of May 21, 1830 

HAZARD Thomas Carder, of South Kingstown, 
and Elizabeth Arnold, eldest daughter of 
Col. Thomas, of and at Newport, by Rev. 
Mr. Wheaton. American of Jan. 14, 1812 

Jeremiah and Harriet Moore, daughter of the 
late James, at Newport. American of Sept. 30, 18 14 

Sylvester R., of Newport, and Gulielma 
Maria Babcock, of and at South Kings- 
town, by Matthew Robinson, Esq., April 23, 1820 

Hannah R. and John B. Arnold, both of 

Warwick, at Pawtuxet. American of May 9, 1820 

Job G. and Hannah Taber, both of and at 

• Providence, by Rev Dr. Gano, Nov. 5, 1820 

Mumford and Sarah Tilley, daughter of Ab- 
raham, at Newport. American of Nov. 13 and 16, [821 



46 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HAZARD Hannah, daughter of late George, 

and John T. Newman, both of and at New- 
port. American of May 17, 1822 
Joseph B.> of South Kingstown, and Ruha- 

mah L. Champlain, daughter of Nathaniel, 

of and at New Shoreham.. American of Oct. 21, 1823 

Alice R., daughter of Thomas H., of New- 
port, and Joseph Babcock, of Middletown, 

at Newport. American of Feb. 24, 1824 

Capt. George R., formerly of Newport, and 

Ann Barrett, of New York, at Richmond, 

Va., American of March 14, 1826 

Hannah M., daughter of Richard, and Cyrus 

C. Wheeler, of Warren, at Newport, May 9, 1827 

Frances G., of Newport, daughter of late 

John, and Elnathan C. Brown, of Westerly, 

at North Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. Northup. 

American of May 22, 1827 

John P. and Sarah A. S. Bowen, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Feb. i, 1828 

Julia S., daughter of Carder, Esq., and Abiel 

B. Sherman, at Norwich, Ct. American 

of Feb. 19, 1828 

Robey, of Westport, and Thomas Briggs, at 

Adamsville. American of Jan. 30, 1829 

Mary Ann, of Providence, and John F. Ev- 
erett, of Attleboro, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Phillips, Feb. 15, 1829 

Martha C, daughter of Nathan, of North 

Kingstown, and Orsemus M. Stillman, of 

Westerly, at North Kingstown, Aug. 23, 1829 

Gardiner W. and Roxana R. Gifford, both of 

New Bedford, at Dartmouth. American of May 27, 1831 
Nancy N., daughter of late Capt. Joshua, 

of Westerly, and E Denison, Jr., 

principal of Thompson Village High 

School, at Westerly. American of Nov. 15, 1831 

HAZELTON John and' Mrs. Mary Burlingame, 

at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Feb. 23, 1812 

HEAD Ann and Isaac Sisson, both of Ports- 
mouth, at Newport. American of Jan. 7, 1823 
Hannah and Jonathan Peirce, at Little Comp- 

ton. American of Feb. 4,. 1823 

Honor and Nathan Joquaws, at Newport. 

American of Feb. 17, 1824 

Maria, formerly of Newport, and George 

Tripp, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Kent, Jan. 25, 1827 

HEALEY Lucy and Capt. William Farrier, both 

of this town. May 20, 181 1 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 47 

HEALEY Elizabeth, of Hudson, N. Y., and 

Abel Bowen, printer, of Boston, at Hud- 
son- American of July 22, 1814 
Abigail, of Lynnfield, and James Gould, of 

Baltimore, merchant, in this town. Ameri- 
can of April 25, 1815 
Nancy, daughter of Major Jedediah, and Levi 

Heywood, Esq., at Worcester. American 

of May 23, 1815 

Moses, merchant, and Dulcena Chamberlain, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson. American of Dec. 75, 1815 

Jeremiah and Eliza Porter, at Worcester, 

Mass. American of Aug. 22, 18 17 

Joseph, principal of the Pawtucket High 

School, and Rachel W. Little, daughter of 

Edward P. Little, Esq., of Marshfield, Mass., 

at Friends' Meeting House, Pembroke, 

Mass., April 12, 1832 

HEATH Jeremiah and Rhoda Freeman, daugh- 
ter of Charles, of this town, at Troy, Mass., 

by Rev. Mr. Cottrell. American of Oct. 26, 18 (o 

Wilmarth and Mary Humphrey, daughter of 

John, Esq., at Barrington, by Rev. Mr. 

Watson, Sept. 18, 1814 

Esther M. and Capt. Joseph Smith, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Baker. American of May 12, 181 8 
John P., Esq., late Captain Marine Corps, 

U. S. Navy, and Elizabeth Deekings, 

daughter of Col. , of and at Blan- 

densburg, Md., March 25, 1819 

William and Eliza G. Vose, daughter of the 

late Thomas, at Newport. American of July 18, 1820 

Margaret, daughter of Capt. Jonathan, of 

Newport, and Thomas Ash, of London, 

Eng , at Newport. American of May 23, 1823 

Nathaniel and Freelove Eager, both of and 

at Providence, Nov. 7T, 1823 

John and Mary Ann Nason, daughter of 

Nathaniel, at Newport. American of June 15, 1824 

George, of New Bedford, and Harriet H. 

Chace, of and at Newport. American of May 25, 1832 

HEATH COTE Miss and Capt. 

Somerset, at Gretna Greene, Scotland. 

They eloped from a ball room at Paris. 

American of May 6, 1 817 

HEARSEY Sylvanus and Rhoda West, at 

New Bedford. American of Nov. 2, 182 1 

HEART Julia Ann, of Fall River, and Edward 

Russell, of Dartmouth, at Fall River, by 

Benjamin Anthony, Esq., July '!> '830 



48 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



HEATON Nathaniel, of Wrentham, and Harriet 

jacquith, at Smithfield. American of 
Mrs. Harriet C, of Smithfield, and William 

Angell, of North Providence, at Provi- 
dence. American of 
Sophia and George P. Daniels, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pattison, 
HEDGE Hannah, daughter of Barnabas, Esq., 

and John Thomas, Esq., at Plymouth, 

Mass. .American of 
Abby B., daughter of B , Esq., and 

Charles H. Warren, of New Bedford, at 

Plymouth, by Rev. Dr. Kendall, 
HELDRETH Sarah E. and James W. Dexter, 

at Glocester, Mass. American of 
HELME Sarah, daughter of the late William, 

and William Card, Jr., at Newport, by 

Rev. Mr. Gibson, 
Bernon, merchant, and Elizabeth Olney, 

daughter of the late Col. Christopher, in 

this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Jacob, of New York, and Susannah Cheets, 

of and at Windham, Ct. American of 
Walter C, of Smithfield, and Mary Ann 

Merrill, of and at Seekonk. American of 
Nathaniel G., of North Kingstown, and Ruth 

W. Hayford, eldest daughter of Capt. 

Daniel, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Edes, 
Ann, youngest daughter of late John, of 

Kingston, and Thomas W. Nason, of Smith- 
field, at Pawtucket. American of 
HEILEMAN Capt. Julius F., U. S. Army, and 

Harriet B. Auchmuty, daughter of the late 

Robert N., Esq., of and at Newport. 

American of 
HEILPRON Adolphi, Esq, of New York, and 

Susan H. Garden, at Charleston, S. C. 

American of 
HEINEKEN C. A., of Baltimore, and Averick 

S. Parker, daughter of Hon. J. A., at New 

Bedford. American of 
HEM EN WAY Dr. Robert D., of Shrewsbury, 

Mass., and Eliza Jackson, daughter of 

Major Samuel, of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Mary, of Providence, and Elijah Thayer, of 

Medfield, Mass., at Providence, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, 



May 7, 1819 

Jan. 4, 1822 
Nov. 25, 1830 

July 4, 1823 

Dec. 27, 1825 
Oct. 2, 1829 

Sept. 18, 1809 

Sept. 22, 181 1 

Nov. 18, 1823 

Jan. II, 1825 

Feb. I, 1825 
March 26, 1830 

May 17, 1814 

Nov. 30, 1830 

March 12, 1830 

Nov. 13, 1825 
Jan. 12, 1826 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 49 

HENDERSON Louisa, daughter of the late 

Capt. John, of New York, and Capt. Joseph 

S. Munroe, of Providence, at Charleston, 

S. C. American of May 15, 182 1 

Elizabeth, daughter of William, Esq., and 

Theodore Lyman. Jr., of Boston, at New 

York. American of May 22, 182 1 

John and Lydia Cooke, daughter of late 

Reuben, both of and at Newport. Ameri- 
can of Oct. 26, 1821 
Col. Archibald, Commandant of the Marine 

Corps, and Ann Maria Cazenove, second 

daughter of Anthony C, Esq., at Alexan- 
dria, D. C. American of Oct. 24, 1823 
James, of Newport, and Thisbe B. Wheeler, 

of and at Stonington, Ct., Jan. 9, 1827 

Eliza, of Providence, and Joseph Paddock, of 

Nantucket, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 

Choules, Jan. i, 1829 

Elizabeth A., third daughter of James, Esq., 

of Jeffrey, N. H., and John Holman, at 

Boston, by Rev. Mr. Dean. American of Jan. i, 1830 

Jonathan R. and Lucretia S. Gamrtion, at 

Portsmouth. American of April 16, 1830 

HENDLEY John D., and Merebah Austin, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, April 13, 1823 
HENDRICK Anna and Jonathan Ballou, both 

of Cumberland, in this town, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, Dec. 17, 1815 

HENDRICKS Phebe and Luther Crocker, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, Oct. s, 1824 

Benjamin W. and Mrs. Sarah W. Browning, 

both of and at Smithfield. American of Oct. 12, 1824 

HENDRICK Daniel and Phebe C. Brownell, 

daughter of late William, at Smithfield, July 24, 1825 

HENFIELD Mercy and John Weston, at 

Salem. American of Aug. 3, 1830 

HENRY Betsey, of Providence, and Abiah Man- 
ning, of Tewksbury, Mass., at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, May 10, 1812 

William and Maria D. Fiske, both of and at 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. American 

of June 21, 1814 

Abby W. and Thomas Fenner, Jr., both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 2, 18F7 

John, of Providence, and Lydia Rogers, of 

and at Lyme, Ct., Aug. 16, 1820 

Isaac N., one of the editors of St. Louis In^ 

quirer, and Patience Cofifin Benflett, at St. 

Louis, Mo. American of Oct. 17, 1820 



50 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



HENRY Samuel, of Otsego Co., N. Y., and 
Lucy Averell, of and at Pomfret, Ct. 
American of 

Molly, third daughter of Stephen, Esq.,. of 
Cranston, and Asahal H. Valley, of John- 
ston, at Cranston. American of 

Thomas, Jr., of Providence, and Eliza 
Rhodes, of and at Scituate. American of 

Phebe, of Smithfield, and Caleb Hill, of Scit- 
uate, at Smithfield, by Lewis Dexter, Esq , 

Mrs. Jane and George L. Barrett, both of the 
Theatres, at New York. American of 

Hannah R., of Providence, and John W. 
Dexter, of Charlton, Mass., at Providence, . 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Alice Eliza and Daniel Cheever, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Harriet and Henry Greene, both of and at 
Cranston, 

Charles W. and Mary A. Hall, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev Dr. Gano, 

Charles S., Esq., Attorney at Law, of Savan- 
nah, Ga., and Sally R. Aborn, daughter of 
Thomas, Esq., formerly of Providence, at 
Savannah, 
HENSHAW John Leverett, merchant, and Ann 
Maria Corey, daughter of the late Capt. 
Ebenezer, by Rev. Mr. Edes. American 
•of 

Julia A., of Middlebury, Vt., and Rev. John 
L Robertson, of New York, at Middlebury, 
by Bishop Griswold, 

Phebe and Samuel Godfrey, at Taunton. 
American of 
HEPINGSTALL Sarah and John Holmes, at 

New York. American of 
HERB John F., of Savannah, and Sarah W. Pot- 
ter, daughter of H Esq , of Providence, 

at Savannah, 
HERLITZ Capt. Joseph, of New York, and 
Louisa Lippitt, second daughter of the late 
Capt. John, of and at this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Williams, 
HERRICK James D. and Mary Young, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
HERRING Martha and John Lord, both of and 
at this town, by Rev. Dr. Crocker. Amer- 
ican of 
HERRI NGTON Henry and Esther Mowry, of 
Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Edes. American of 



Oct. 12, 1821 

Jan. 8, 1822 

June 29, 1824 

Jan. 16, 1825 

July I, 1825 

Nov. 14, 1825 

Dec. ;, 1825 

March 9, 1828 

Feb. 25, 1827 

May 31, 1827 

June 21, 1814 

June 10, 1821 

Jan. 18, 1822 

Sept. 22, 1829 

April 9, 1812 

March 6, 18 14 
Jan. I, 1824 

July 5, 1814 
May 10, 18(4 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 5I 

HERRIOT Daniel T., Esq., and Christiana Har- 
ris Simons, daugiiter of late Major James, 
at Charleston, S. C. American of Dec. 27, 1822 

HERVEY Col. , Aide to the Prmce Re- 
gent, and Louisa Catharine Caton, third 
daughter of Richard, Esq., of Maryland, at 
the residence of the Duke of Wellington 
at London. American of June 6, 18.17 

Dr. Eliphalet W. and Dorcas Fearing, of 

and at Wareham, Mass. American of Sept. 6, 1825 

Lady , daughter of Richard Caton, 

Esq., and granddaughter of Charles Car- 
roll, Esq., of Maryland, and Marquis of 
Carmorthen, in London, April 26, 1828 

Lady , daughter of Richard Caton, 

Esq., of Baltimore, and granddaughter of 
the venerable Charles Carroll, of Carroll- 
ton, and Francis. Godophin DeArcy, Mar- 
quis of Carmarthen (son of the Duke of 
Leeds and heir apparent), in London. 
American of June 6, 1828 

HESSER Frederick, 70, a soldier of the Revolu- 
tion, and Mrs. Catharine Millot, 40, by 
Henry Stuger, Esq., at Orwigsburg, Penn. 
American of April 17, 1832 

HETHERINGTON Mrs. Mary and Dr. S. H. 
Kenyon, both of and at Providence. 
An^ericanof Feb. 4, 1823 

Ann Elizabeth and Alba C. Dike, both of 
Providence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. 
Benedict, April 19, 1827 

Charlotte J., of Providence, and Charles N. 
Pond, Esq., of Pawtucket, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Waterman, Nov. 12, 1828 

HEWES Ann, daughter of Samuel, Esq., of Bos- 
ton, and Hon. George Poindexter, U. S. 
Senator from Mississippi, at Washington, 
D. C, by Rev. Dr. Hawley, May iS, 1832 

HEWETT Albert H. and Freelove P. Cross, 
youngest daughter of Capt. Samuel, both 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Picker- 
ing, Sept 27, 1829 

HEWINS Otis W. and Abigail Comsett, both of 

and at Boston, March 13, 183 1 

HOWLETT Charles and Lucy Parker, at 

Thompson, Ct. American of Oct. 15, 1819 

HEYWOOD Levi, Esq., and Nancy Healey, 
daughter of Major Jedediah, at Worcester. 
American of May 23,1815 



52 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HEYWOOD Dr. Benjamin F. and Nancy 
Greene, daughter of the late Dr. John, at 
Worcester. American of Oct. 6, 1820 

HIBBARD Dr. George, of Tioga Co., and Sarah 
Caroline Dellester, daughter of Col. Abra- 
ham, deceased, at New York, by Rev. J. 
M. Onion, May 11, 1831 

HICKLEY Mrs. Catharine and Byron Doyle, at 

Newport, June 25, 1828 

HICKMAN Louisa P., of Newton, Mass., and 
Samuel J. Smith, senior editor of the Lit- 
erary Cadet, Providence, at Newton, by 
Rev. Mr. Jenckes, Nov. g, 1828 

Anna M. C., granddaughter of late Gen. 
Hull, and George A. Otis, Jr., Esq., at 
Newton, Mass. American of Feb. 15, 1830 

HICKS Robert W. and Patience Smith, at New- 
port. American of May i, 18 10 
HICKES Anna and Reuben S. Bennett, both of 

and at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Aug. 11, 1816 

HICKS Alvina and Levi Smith, both of Provi- 
dence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Blake. 
American of . Nov. 6, 1818 

John, of Tiverton, and Lucinda Bliss, daugh 
ter of Capt. Asa, of and at Rehoboth. 
American of Oct. 27, 1820 

Sally and C. P. Irish, both of and at Provi- 
dence. American of Feb. 20, 182 1 
Marcelia, second daughter of Richard, and 

William Dexter, Jr. American of March 6, 1821 

Eliza Y., formerly of Providence, now of 
Scituate, and Darius Sessions, of Provi- 
dence, at Scituate, at the residence of 
Capt. John Reynolds, May 14, 1821 

Samuel J., of New York, and Elizabeth L. 

Brown, of Norwich, Ct, at Clinton, Ga , July 12, 1822 

Samuel and Fanny Luther, daughter of Job, 

at Swanzey. American of Dec. 13, 1822 

Francis and Benjamin Allen, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Sept. 16, 1823 

Hannah, daughter of Gabriel, Esq.. and Capt. 

Joseph Corey, at Tiverton. American of Sept. 13, 1825 
Ransom, of Providence, and Ann Almy 
Tompkins, daughter of Nathaniel, of and 
at Little Compton, by Rev. Mr. Paine. 
[This is correct]. Nov. 13, 1825 

Gilbert, of Rehoboth, and Melancy Thayer, 

daughter of Abiather, of and at Attleboro, Jan. 5, 1826 

Abby and Henry Luther, both of and at 

Swanzey, by Rev. Mr. Taylor, Feb. 12, 1826 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 



53 



HICKS Caroline L,., daughter of Rev. G 

Hicks, of Taunton, and Robert Rhodes, of 

Pa wtuxet, at Taunton. American of Dec. 14, 1827 

John W., of North Providence, and Jane 
Paulding, of and at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. 
Cheney, March 29, 1829 

James H., formerly of Boston, merchant, and 
Eliza Magens, daughter of J. M., E;sq., of 
and at St. Thomas. American of June 9, 1829 

William and Huldah Colwell, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Church, May 27 1830 

HIDDEN James and Mary Clifford, both of this 

town, married by Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. 17, 1809 

William K. and Caroline B. Grant, at Prov- 
idence, Oct. 3, 1821 

Lucy Ann and Samuel W. Butts, both of 
and at Providence, Oct. 4, 1821 

HIGGINS John, of North Providence, and Lydia 

Arnold, of and at Warwick, Nov. 13, 1825 

HIGGISON Elizabeth Arnold and Ira Draper, 
both of and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 
Benedict, Oct. 24, 1820 

HILL Mary, second daughter of Christopher, 
and William Riley, in this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, May 28, 1809 

Harriet and William Owen Jones, both of 
this town, at Bristol, Nov. 18, 18 10 

Laura, daughter of Barnard, and Brown 
Jenckes, formerly of this State, at Adams, 
Mass. American of Feb. 4, 18 12 

Martha C. and Cornehus Mahoney, both of 
this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 26, 1813 

Henry, of Providence, and Charlotte Wether- 
bee, of and at Stow, Mass., by Rev. Mr. 
Newell. American of May 14, 1813 

Jeremiah and Bathsheba Rose, both of New- 
port, by Rev. Dr. Gano. American of June 21, 1814 

Rebecca M. and George W. Gladding, mer- 
chant, by Rev. Dr. Gano, in this town, Sept. 20, 18 14 

Lydia and Dr. Samuel Crapon, both of and 

at Smithfield, Oct. i, 1815 

Caleb, of this town, and Hannah Underwood, 
daughter of Samuel, of and at South Kings- 
town, by Elder Palmer. American of Jan. 2, 18 [6 

Nancy E., of Providence, and Isaac Peckham, 
of Wjckford, by Rev. Thomas Manchester, Jan. 11, 1817 

John, Jr., merchant, of Milledgeville, Ga., 
and Jane Hulton, of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, May 3, 1819 



54 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HILL Mary A. and Jacob B. Moore, Jr., of Con- 
cord, editor New Hampshire Patriot, at 

Ashburnham, N. H. American of Sept. i, 1820 

Thomas and Lucy Ann Allen, daughter of 

the late John, Esq , at North Kingstown. 

American of Jan. 26, 1821 

Amey, of South Kingstown, and Samuel 

Proud, of Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 14, 1821 
Sally, of Taunton, and' Amos Luther, at Wel- 
lington, Mass. American of Dec. 14, 1821 
Freelove P., daughter of Samuel, and John 

Parker. American of Jan. 8, 1822 

Seneca, formerly of Smithfield, and Matilda 

Palmer, of and at Danby, Vt., July 4, 1822 

Mrs. Lucretia Catherine Timmins and 

Joshua P. Blanchard, at Boston. American 

of Sept. 27, 1822 

IVfary, only daughter of late Capt. John, and 

Gattlike Graupner, Esq., both of and at 

Boston, Oct. 2, 1822 

Benjamin C, Esq., and Dorothy Dudley, 

daughter of Paul, Esq., at Douglass, Mass. 

American of Dec. 13, 1822 

George W., of Smirhfield, and Sally Albee, of 

and at Providence. American of Feb. 25, 1823 

Mary Ball, widow of Hon. Arthur, of Sa- 
vannah, Ga., and Dr. Thomas B. Mitchell, 

formerly of Providence, at Dameron Place, 

Miss, March 9, 1823 

Henry C. and Hannah Card, both of and at 

Providence. American of April 25, 1823 

Nathan, Jr., and Sarah Ann Maguire, both 

of North Kingstown, at Wickford. Amer- 
ican of Nov. 25, 1823 
Charles, of Sherbourne, Mass., and Nancy 

Jones, of and at Medway, by Rev. Mr. 

Bailey, July 11, 1824 

Caleb, of Scituate, and Phebe Henry, of and 

at Smithfield, by Lewis Dexter, Esq., Jan. 16, 1825 

Louisa B., of Providence, and Lawton Cady, 

of Warwick, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, Nov. 23, 1825 

Ann and John Pollard, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Pickering, Dec. 28, 1826 

John V. and Sarah Ann Field, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Kent, April 8, 1827 

Mary Haile, of Providence, and John G. 

Moses, of Newport, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Seamans, June 24, 1827 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 



55 



HILL Paris, of Providence, and Sarah Cliapin, 
daughter of Amaziah, of and at Uxbridge, 
by Rev. Mr. Judson, 
Charlotte E., daughter of late Capt. Samuel, 
of Boston, and Charles G. Greene, of Phil- 
adelphia, at Boston, 
Sarah P. and Origin D. Richardson, Esq., of 
Pontiac, at Smithfield, by Thomas Mann, 
Esq., 
Benjamin B. and Laurelia Bingham, at Wor- 
cester, by Rev. Mr. Hoadley, 
Benjamin B. and Laurilla Brigham, at Wor- 
cester. American of 
James, U. S. Army, and Amanda Doyle, a 
pupil in the Institution, by the Rev, Mr. 
Hill, at the Ashbury Missionary Institu- 
tion, Creek Agency. American of 
Mercy, daughter of late Capt. Jonathan, of 
Warren, and Isaac Macomber, ot Fall 
River, at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Stoddard, 
Jane W. P. and Dudley Walker, of Paw- 
tucket, at Mansville, by Rev. Dr. Benedict. 
American of 
Nancy and Aaron Everett, at Boston. Amer- 
ican of 
Mary Ann and Sylvester Richmond Jackson, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering, 
Silence, widow, 79, and Ezra Eddy, ^^, of 

and at Taunton. American of 

Capt. Hiram and Mary Ann Fowler, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

HILLARD Sarah Ann, daughter of William, of 

Cambridge, and Charles Coffin Little, of 

Boston, at Cambridge, 

HILLP2R Hannah and John Warren, at New 

Bedford. American of 
HILLIARD Mary Ann, only daughter of Wil- 
liam, Esq., of Little Compton, and William 
H. Wilbur, Esq., of Providence, at Little 
Compton, by Rev. Mr. Paine. American of 

H.ILLMAN. Maria P. and Capt. B Clifford, 

of New Bedford, at Westport. America^ of 

Alexander, of Boston, and Mary T. Lewis, 

of Yarmouth, Mass., at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

HILLS Lydia K. and Nathaniel Davis, at New- 

buryport. American of 
HILSON Thomas and Eleanor Augusta John- 
son, both of New York Park Theatre, at 
Oyster Bay, N. X. American of 



Aug. 21, 1827 

Oct. 24, 1827 

July 24, 1828 

March 2, 1829 

March 17, 1829 

April 3, 1829 

May 30, 1829 

April 26, 1830 
May 4, 1830 

May 14, 1830 

June 22, 1830 

June 6, 1832 

Jan. I, 1829 
Jan. 7, 1831 

Jan. 18, 1831 
July 13, 17, 1827 

Nov. 2, 1828 
April 23, 1830 

Sept. 2, 1825 



56 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HIMES Maria A. and Samuel Low, Jr., at War- 
wick, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Nov. i6, 1828 
Maria A. and Samuel Low, Jr., at Warwick, 

by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Nov. 23, 1828 

HINCKLEY Ann Outran, daughter of late 

David, Esq., of Boston, and William Gill 

Hodgkinson, of Nottinghamshire, Eng., at 

Boston. American of Oct. 24, 1826 

Mary and Amos Otis, Jr., at Barnstable. 

American of Aug. 20, 1830 

Nathaniel, Esq., and Betsey Otis, at Barn- 
■ stable. American of Dec. 17, 1830 

HINDMAN Col. J , U. S. Army, and 

Susan Hyatt, daughter of John, Esq., of 

Delaware, at Philadelphia. American of July 22, 1825 

HINDS Susan and William P. Oldridge, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr.Tobdy, July 16, 1832 

HINES Stephen P. and Abby P. Runnells, both 

of Warwick, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, Oct. 16, 1823 

Thomas J., of Norwich, Ct., and Abby D. 

Pierce, of and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson. American of May 21, 1824 

John C, of Providence, and Henrietta 
, Howes, of and at New York, Sept. 25, 1828 

Mrs. Julia E. and Edward S. R. Remington, 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pattison. 

American of Dec. 3, 1830 

HINKLEY Abby, of Stonington, and George 

Cross, of Westerly, at Stonington, Ct. 

American of Nov. 7, 1820 

HINMAN Benjamin D. and Hannah K. Pease, 

at Salem. American of Dec. 3, 1830 

HINSDALE Elizabeth C, daughter of John, of 

Middletown, and Elijah H. Kimball, Esq., 

of Waterford, N. Y., at Middletown, by 

Rev. John H. Crane, , Sept. 3, 1827 

HISCOCK Hannah and Ephraim Horsewell, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, Oct. 15, 1826 

HISCOX Mary Ann, of Nfewport, and William 

Smith, of Bristol, at Newport, Sept. 16, 1823 

HITCH Henry H. and Elizabeth H. Switt, at 

New Bedford, American of July 2, 1830 

HITCHCOCK Mrs. Eliza, daughter of the late 

Capt. Jonathan Dennison, and Gardiner 

Daggett, Esq., Attorney at Law, in this 

town, by Rev. Dr. Messer, May 13, i8ia 

Rev. Calvin, Pastor of First Congregational 

Church, and Eliza Stevens, daughter of 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 57 

HITCHCOCK: 

Robert, both of and at Newport. Amer- 
ican of May 6, 1817 

Rev. Edward, of Conway, Mass., and O.ra 
White, of and at Amherst, Mass. Amer- 
ican of June 15 and 22, 1821 

Avis Eliza, daughter of Jonathan P., and 
Thomas R. Fenner, at Providence. Amer- 
ican of Oct. 5, 1821 

_Louisa, of Pawtucket, and Edward F. Miller, 

of Providence, at Pawtucket. American of Dec. 14, 1824 
HIVES Thomas J., of Norwich, Ct., and Abby 
D. Peirce, of and at Warwick. American 
of June 8, 1824 

HOAM Chi Altangi, youngest daughter of Al- 
tangi Hoam, a Mandarin of great wealth, 
and James McComb, of Ship Triton, of 
New York, at Canton, China. American of Nov. 15, 181 1 
HOAR Lewis T. and Frances P. Burrows, 
daughter of Joseph, at Pawtuxet. Ameri- 
can of Jan. 10, 1832 

George and Margaret Luther, daughter of 
late John, of Warren, at Bristol. Ameri- 
can of Feb. 12, 1822 

John and Marcy W. Spooner, at Providence. 

American of April 8, 1823 

Benjamin and Martha Waldron, both of and 
at Bristol. American of Nov. 23, 1824 

Martha and Isaac Hadwen, both of and at 

Bristol. American of Dec. 10, 1822 

HOARDLEY David, Jr., of New York, mer- 
chant, and Mary Hotchkiss, at New Haven. 
American of Jan. 5, 1830 

HO HART Benjamin, Esq., Attorney at Law, of 
Abington, and Deborah Lazell, daughter 
of Capt. Edmund, of Cummington, Mass., 
at Bridgewater. American of Feb. 17, 1815 

Russell, of Westerly, merchant, and Lucy 
Frink, daughter of Isaac, Esq., formerly 
from Connecticut, at Nassau, N. Y. Amer- 
ican of Dec. 7, 1 8 19 

Rebecca Smith, daughter of Rt. Rev. H 

Hobart, D. D., Bishop of New York, and 
Rev. L. Silliman Ives, Rector of Trin- 
ity Church, Philadelphia, at New York. 
American of Feb. 25, 1825 

HOBBS Richard and Martha T. Gladding, daugh- 
tec of Samuel, Jr., both of and at Bristol, 
by Rev. Mr. Wight, July n, 1828 

William, Jr., and Elmira Grimes, at Hub- 

bardston. American of Aug. 6, 1830 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



HOBBY George and Rebecca Lewis, at Lynn. 

American of June i8, 1830 

HOBSON Col. Darius, U. S. Army, and Cloe P. 

Mackawis, or the Jumping Rabbitt, a belle 

of the Chickesavv Tribe, in Alabama. 

American of Dec. 11, 1829 

HODGES Charles, merchant, and Julia Ann 

Burr, eldest daughter of Ezekiel, Esq , in 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Nov. 12, 1810 

Bradford and Joanna Whipple, daughter of 

William, all of Providence, at Boston, March 6, 1816 

James L., Esq., and Harriet L. Fales, daugh- 
ter of Hon. Samuel, at Taunton, Mass. 

American of Dec. 30,1817 

HODGE David, aged 102 years, 2 months, and 

Miss Elizabeth Bailey, aged 40 years, both 

of and at Columbia Co., Georgia. Mr. H. 

was at Braddock's Defeat, and served 

through the Revolution. American of Jan. 25, 1820 

HODGES Capt. Libbeus and Abigail Williams, 

both of Taunton, at Berkeley, Mass., by 

Adoniram Crane, Esq., April 13, 1821 

Eliza, daughter of Isaac, Esq., and Capt. 

Thomas Copeland, both of and at Norton, 

by Rev. Mr. Clarke. American of June J, 1821 

Samuel, Jr., Esq., U. S. Consul to Cape de 

Verde Islands, and Marian Wales, at 

Stoughton, Mass. American of Sept. 7, 1821 

Rev. Richard M., of Bridgewater, and Eliza 

Quincy Dennison, daughter of General 

William, of and at Boston. American of Nov. 6, 1821 

Jarvis and Mehitable Tisdale, daughter of 

late Job, of Taunton, at Norton. Amer- 
ican of Dec. II, 1 82 1 
Alexander, of Providence, and Julia Ann 

Champlain, of and at Warren, April 10, 1825 

Frances H. and Joseph A. Wood, Esq., of 

Ellsworth, Me, at Taunton. American of Aug. 30, 1825 
HODGE James H., of Boston, and Mary H. Sim- 
mons, of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, April 16, 1826 

HODGES Mary Ann, daughter of Preston, and 

Ward A. Work, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Pickering, April 30, 1827 

Eliza A., daughter of Preston, of Providence, 

and Capt. Caleb Harris, at New York, June 12, 1827 

Almon D. and Martha Comstock, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Oct. 15, 1827 

Frances Maria and William Haskins, of Bos- 
ton, at Providence. American of July 7, 1830 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 59 

HODGE Martha P. and Jonathan Nayson, at 

Newburyport. American of July 9, 1830 

HODGES Lewis L., of Providence, and Maria 

B. Ingraham, of and at Attleboro, by Rev. 

Mr. Fergeson, Nov. 8, 1830 

Ruth, of Weston, Mass., and Dr. John Bax- 
ter, at New York. American of April i, 1831 
John and Margaret Peirson, at Boston. 

American of May 17, 1831 

HODGKINS Martha and Major S. H. Long, U. 

S. Engineer, at Philadelphia. American of March 23, 1819 
HODGKINSON William Gill, of Nottingham- 
shire, Eng., and Ann Outran Hinckley, 

daughter of late David, Esq., of and at 

Boston. American of Oct. 24, 1826 

HOFFMAN B. V., Esq., Capt. U. S. Navy, and 

Phebe Townsend, drtughter of William, 

Esq., :,t Townsendville, N. Y. American of Dec. 9, 1817 

Maria Gertrude and Capt. John Downes, U. 

S. Navy, at Upper Red Hook, N. Y. 

American of Nov. 20, 1821 

HOGAN Harriet, second daughter of Michael, 

Esq., U. S. Consul, and John Styles, Esq., 

M. D., at Valparaiso, S. A. American of Sept. 7, 1830 

HOGG James, Esq., the '' Ettrich Shepherd," 

and Margaret Phillips, daughter of Peter, 

Esq., at Monswald Mains, Scot. Amer- 
ican of July 7, 1820 
HOLBROOK Abel and Sally S. Hopkins, in 

this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, July 13, 1812 

Lowell, merchant, of New York, and Ange- 

line Nelson, of and at Wrentham, by Rev. 

E Fiske, Dec. 21, 1824 

Britannia and Charles Thurber, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Dec. 3, 1827 

.Sarah L., daughter of Capt. Joseph, of Balti- 
more, and Dr. Mifflin Coulter, U. S. 

Navy, at Baltimore. American of May 29, 1829 

HOLBURTON Susan, daughter of Major 

Thomas, of South Kingstown, and Gen. 

Joseph Stanton, of Charlestown, at South 

Kingstown. American of Oct. 21, 1823 

HOLDEN Capt. Charles, Jr., and Ann Hall, 

daughter of the late Col. Levi, all of this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Dec. 10, 1810 

Ulysses and Julia Ann Draper, youngest 

daughter of the late Paul, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Jan. 27, 1818 

Havilah, of Cranston, and Caroline Voax, of 

Providence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 

Benedict, May S, 1819 



(JO VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HOLDEN Ulysses and Eliza Hadwen, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes. 

Araeiican of Aug. 15, 1823 

Henry and Mary Ann Cooke, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Edes, Oct. 2, 1823 

Jabez and Mary Phillips, at Pawtuxet, by 

Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, Oct. 14, 1826 

Charles, 2d, and Ann Cornell, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 13, 1827 

Anne Frances, daughter of Thomas, Esq., of 

Warwick, and Robert Rhodes Stafford, of 

Providence, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Til- 

linghast, Nov. 4, 1827 

Thomas, Esq., and Mrs. Sarah Arnold, at 

Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Manchester. Amer- 
ican of Feb. 12, 1828 
Bennett Low and Sarah G. Remington, 

daughter of Benjamin, Esq., both of and at 

Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Manchester, Dec. 7, 1828 

Randall and Catherine Deming, daughter of 

Capt. Morris, both of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Phillips, Jan. 5, 1830 

Zelotes W. and Fanny H. Carpenter, daugh- 
ter of Dr. Thomas O. H., both of and at 

Foster, by Rev. Mr. Burlingame, Feb. 2, 1830 

Ezra, of Boston, and Almira W. Lincoln, at 

Portland. American of June 8, 1830 

Oscar D. and Mary Ann Wyatt, at Boston. 

American of June 11, 1830 

Hannah and William Hawkes, at Lynn. 

American of June 18, 1830 

Thomas, Jr., and Mary Eliza Stafford, at 

Warwick, by Rev. Job Manchester, Dec. 15, 1830 

John, Jr., and Submit D. Rice, at Groton, Ct. 

American of Dec. 21, 1830 

Mrs. Eliza H. and John Burr, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Sept. 13, 1831 

Mercy Perlina, daughter of late Pardon, of 

Foster, and Jabez N. Horton, formerly of 

Franklin, Mass., at Foster, by Rev. Mr. 

Burlingame, Aug. 7, 1832 

Thomas R., Jr. and Eliza Angell, daughter 

of William, both of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Pickering, Oct. 22, 1832 

HOLDOFF Eliza Tillinghast, of Providence, 

and Solomon Harris, of Brooklyn, Ct., March 18, 1819 

HOLLAND Nathaniel, of Philadelphia, and 

Mrs. Martha H. Hastings, of Boston, 

daughter of David Greeve, of Providence, 

at Philadelphia. American of Dec. 24, 18 19 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES gl 

HOLLAND Thomas and Harriet Allen, at Bos- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Greene. American of Dec. 15, 1829 
John and Harriet Ruggles, at Taunton. 

American of Feb. 15, 18^0 

HOLLIS Abigail D. and John O. Grossman, at 

Taunton. American of Dec. 26, 1823 

HOLLEY Henrietta Williamson, only daughter 
of President Holley, of Transylvania Uni , 
and William M. Brand, merchant, at Lex- 
ington, Ky., Jan. i, 1825 
HOLLY Sidney Augustus, of Stamford, Ct., and 
Eliza Hamilton, daughter of the late Gen- 
eral, at New York. American of July 26, 1825 
HOLLEY Henry M., of South Kingstown, and 
Mary M. Hall, daughter of Benjamin, of 
and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Tucker, May 9, 1831 

HOLMAN Miss and Mr. Gilfert. 

She was of the Theatre, married at New 
York. American of F"eb. 28, 181 5 

Joseph George, Esq., manager Charleston 
Theatre, and Mary Latimer, at Charleston, 
S. C, Feb. 23, 1817 

HOLEMAN John P., aged 17, and Lavina Ran- 
dolph, aged about 45, in Wilson Co., Tenn., Sept. 19, 1828 
HOLMAN John and Elizabeth A. Henderson, 
third daughter of James, Esq., of Jeffrey, 
N. H., at Boston, by Rev. Mr. Dean. 
American of Jan. i, 1830 

Dr. David, of Dudley, and Almira Brown, at 

Thompson, Ct. American of July 30, 1830 

Mary M. and Capt. Henry Sargent, of Spring- 
field, at Boston. American of Dec. 24, 1830 
HOLMES Mary W. and Samuel Wilton, both of 
and at Boston, by Rev. Mr. Huntington. 
American of Oct. 23, 1810 
Ann, daughter of the late Joseph, and Richard 

Robinson, at Attleboro, Dec. i, 1814 

Robert N. and Martha Ary, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Feb. 8, 1818 

James, of Attleboro, and Nancy Arnold, of 

and at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, April 9, 1820 
Joseph F., of Providence, and Sabra Cobb, 
daughter of Otis, of and at Wrentham, 
Mass. American of April 14, 1820 

Ezra F. and Maria D. Dean, of Taunton, 

Mass. American of July 6, 1821 

Maria, of Warwick, and Jeremiah Gardiner, 
of East Greenwich, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. 
Mr. Curtis, July 29, 1821 

Eliza, of Attleboro, and Virgil Draper, of 
Rome, N. Y., at Attleboro, Feb. 11, 1822 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



HOLMES Otis, of Sharon, Mass., and Almira F. 
Hawkins, of Providence, at North Provi- 
dence. American of 

Mary, daughter of Rev. Dr. Holmes, of Cam- 
bridge, a: d Ushur Parsons, M. D., of 
Providence, at Boston, by Rev. Dr. Holmes, 

Patty and George S. Aldridge, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Caroline C, of Boston, and Hon. William 
Crafts, of Charleston, S. C, member of the 
State Senate, at Boston. American of 

Rebecca R.and John Bruce, both of and at 

Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Kilham, 
. Mary E., of Providence, and Benjamin Miller, 
of East Greenwich, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Mudge, 

Elisha H., of Salem, Mass., and Lydia Allen, 
of and at Windham, Ct. American of 

Sally and Calvin Willis, both of Norton, at 
Taunton. American of 

Henry and Mrs. Freelove Hopkins, daughter 
of Elder John Williams, at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Mudge. American of 

Sally, of Providence, and Warren Taber, of 
New Bedford, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Tobey, 

Charles, of Nantucket, and Susan W. Barker, 
daughter of late Joshua, of and at Newport. 
American of 

Mrs. Lucretia and Capt. Benjamin Stubbs, 
both of and at Woodstock, Ct., by William 
Brown, Esq., 

Lucia and Capt. A braham Whiting, at Ply- 
mouth. American of 

Joanna B., daughter of Capt. John, of Provi- 
dence, and Jedediah Sprague, of Chepachet, 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

James B., of Providence, and Lemira W. Cot- 
ton, of and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 
Kent, 

Caroline A. H. and James F. Howe, junior 
editor of Evening Bulletin, at Boston, 

Huldah and Walter Tribou, of East Bridge- 
water, at Bridgewater. American of 

Mary T. and Asa W. Davis, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

John and Sarah Hepingstall, at New York. 
American of 

Aaron C. and Cordelia Cooke, at Province- 
town. American of 



July 26, 1822 

Sept. 23, 1822 
Dec. 24, 1822 

June 24, 1823 
June 26, 1823 

Dec. 25, 1823 

Feb. 3, 1824 

March 26, [824 

April 13, 1824 

May 9, 1824 

Dec. 14, 1824 

March S, 1826 
Sept. 29, 1826 

July 18, 1827 

Oct. r, 1827 
Nov. II, 1828 
Dec. 23, 1828 
Dec. 25,. 1828 
Sept. 22, 1829 
Nov. 20, 1829 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



63 



HOLMES Joseph and Elizabeth Webb, at Salem. 
American of 

Sylvia Shaw, daughter of Thomas, and Dex- 
ter Dana, of Boston, at Taunton. Ameri- 
can of 

David and Persis Atwood, at Plymouth. 
American of 
HOLROYD George, merchant, of this town, and 
Mary Ann Aborn, daughter of John A., of 
and at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Jacobs, 

Samuel T., of this town, and Mary A. Taft, 
daughter of Willis, of Uxbridge, in this 
town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Mary Ann, of Pawtuxet, and Otis Taft, of 
Uxbridge, Mass., merchant, at Pawtuxet, 
by Rev. Mr. Littlefield, 

Stephen Gano, printer, and Lucy Adams, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Prof. 
Caswell, 
HOLT Sarah Ann, daughter of the late Capt. 
Christopher, and Benjamin Marvel, Jr., 
both of and at Newport. American of 

Capt. Jacob, of Hampton, Ct., and Mrs, Pen- 
elope Greene, of and at Providence. Amer- 
ican of 

Nathaniel, of Newport, and Frances Barker, 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

John E. and Elizabeth Cornell, daughter of 
Thomas, at Newport. American of 

Nathaniel and Jane Holt, both of and at New- 
port. American of 

Jane and Nathaniel Holt, bothof andat New- 
port. American of 

William and Rebecca Richards, daughter of 
late John, Esq., at Newport. American of 

Timothy and Thankful Wilson, of Dedham, 
at Mansfield, Mass. American of 

Robert W., late of Liverpool, Eng., and Ann 
M. S. Jones, daughter of Owen, of and at 
Boston. American of 

Belinda, of Chester, N. H., and Thomas E. 
Dyer, of and at Boston. American of 
HOLTON Polly and Nahum Howard, both of 
Franklin, in this town. American of 

Susan and Joel Metcalf, Jr., both of and at 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes. 
HOLYOKE William, 24, and Mrs. Lydia Fel- 
ton, aged 41, at Marlboro, after a six weeks' 
courtship, married by Rev. Mr. Alden. 
American of 



Dec. 25, 1829 

Nov. 30, 1830 
Dec. 7, 1830 

Nov. 2t, 1811 

April 22, 1813 

Dec. 6, 1818 

Jan. 20, 1830 

July 12. 1816 

June 30, 1818 
Sept. 7, 1820 

Sept. 25, 1821 

May 16, 1823 

May 16, 1823 

March 26, 1824 

March 2, 1827 

Oct. 13, 1829 
March i, 1831 
Sept. 14, 1810 
April 24, 1814 

Oct. 2, 1829 



64 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HOMANS Hannah, of Beverly, and John Lor- 

ing, of Boston, in this town. American of Nov. 2, 1810 

HOMER Sarah Sumner, daughter of George, 
Esq., and Charles M. Carlton, merchant, 
at Boston, by Rev. Mr. Palfrey, Jan. 5, 1820 

James L., junior editor of Boston Gazette, and 
Anne A. Baxter, daughter of late Anthony, 
at Quincy, Feb. 21, 1828 

Fitzburg, Esq., of Boston, and Nancy B. 
DeWolfe, daughter of Hon. James, at 
Park Hill, Bristol, by Rev. Bishop Gris- 
wold, April 29, 1828 

Albert and Sarah Mackintosh, at Boston. 
American of July 9, 1830 

Emeline D. and Charles Whitten, at Cam- 
bridgeport. American of Dec. 3, 1830 

HONAY Mary Elizabeth, only daughter of Wil- 
liam, Esq., and Charles Jones, at New 
York. American of Sept. 25, 1829 

HONE Joanna, daughter of late Philip I., Esq., 

and Charles Kneeland, at New York City, April 29, 1829 
HONEYWELL Desdemona, of New Shore- 
ham, and Edwin Sanford, of and at New- 
port. American of Sept. 8, 1820 
HOOD Hon. Samuel, son of the Admiral, and 
Charlotte Nelson, niece of the Admiral, 
in England. American of Oct. 5, 1810 

William D.and Betsey Child, eldest daughter 
of the late Oliver, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Baker. American of Feb. 6, 1820 

Abiezer D. and Mary Sheldon, both of Cum- 
berland, at Central Falls, by Rev. Mr. Ben- 
edict, " July 25, 1824 

Henry and Abby Stetson, both of Warwick, 
at Coventry, by Rev. Mr. Ross, Nov. 6, 183 1 

HOOKER Sarah E. R., of Andover, Mass., and 
Rev. Solomon Peck, Prof, in Amherst Col- 
lege, formerly of Providence, at Andover, 
by Rev. Pro!. Murdock, May 11, 1826 

HOOPER Amos M., formerly of Limerick, Me., 

and Mary Policy, of and at Walpole, June 30, 1823 

Capt. Thomas and Betsey A. Shaw, at Bos- 
ton. American of June i, 1827 

Sally E. and Otis Simmons, at Swanzey, by 
Rev. Mr. Baker, Dec. [2, 1830 

Henry and Harriet Hooper, daughter of late 
Hon. Nathaniel, at Marblehead. Ameri- 
can of Dec. 28, 1830 

Harriet, daughter of late Hon. Nathaniel, and 
Henry Hooper, at Marblehead. Ameri- 
can of Dec. 28, 1830 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 



65 



HOPEWOOD Mary S., daughter of William 
W., and George W. Taylor, at New York, 
by Rev. Henry Chace, May ii, 1831 

HOPKIN'S Catharine and Jeremiah Bates, at 

Scituate. American of March 7, 1809 

Arty, of Foster, and Clement Easton, of 

Providence, at Foster. American of Oct. 22, 181 1 

Sally S. and Abel Holbrook, in this town, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, July 13, 1812 

Henry, of Seekonk, and Nancy Petengill, of 
this town, at Sterling, Ct. American of July 14, 1812 

Nancy and Lewis Simmons, of North Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Sprague. American of March 8, 1814 

Samuel, merchant, and Isabella Harrison 
Powell, daughter of Snelling, Esq., both of 
and at Boston, Oct. 10, 1818 

Rebecca, of Seekonk, and Daniel Salisbury, 
of North Providence, at Pawtucket, by 
Rev. Mr. Blake. American of Nov. 6, 1818 

John G. and Rosamond Dawless, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Messer. Oct. 22, 1820 

Harriet A., daughter of Stephen, and Elisha 
C. Wells, both of and at Providence. 
American of March 5, 1822 

Sarah, of Smithfield, and Jabez Clarke, of 

Providence, at Smithfield, by Judge Mann, Dec. i, 1822 

Penelope and Abner 3utler, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes. American 
of July 29, 1823 

Carver and Abby Knight Manchester, young- 
est daughter of Col. Israel, both of and at 
Scituate. American of Oct. 7, 1823 

Mrs. Freelove, daughter of Elder John Wil- 
liams, and Henry Holhies, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Mudge. American of April 13, 1824 

Capt. Samuel S., of Providenre, and Eliza- 
beth P. Brooks, of and at New London. 
American of Oct. 12, 1824 

Stephen G., &i Warwick, and Eliza Ralph, 
daughter of David, of and at Scituate, by 
Elder Richard Knight, Dec. 26, 1824 

Arnold and Eliza Cole, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Jan. i, 1826 

Mercy and William T. Weaver, at Smithfield. 

American of Oct. 30, 1827 

Jarvis and Hannah Pond, of Providence, at 

Foster, Dec. 30, 1827 

Harriet, daughter of Jeremiah, of Foster, and 

Solomon Sweet, of Glocester, at Foster, Dec. 30, 1827 



66 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



HOPKINS Harriet, of Providence, and James 
Livingstone, of Saratoga, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Kent, 

William A. and Sarah Baker, at Pawtucket, 
by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 

Eliza, daughter of Capt. Isaac, and John C. 
Ailman, both of and at Newport, by Rev. 
Mr. Eddy, 

Mary and Christopher King, both of and at 
Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

George H. and Sophia Newman, daughter of 
John, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, 

Rebecca and Hiram Peirce, both of and at 
Pawtucket. American of 

Ann Eliza, daughter of Henry, and Albert 
W. Snow, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Pattison, 
HOPKINSON Elizabeth B., daughter of Joseph, 
Esq., of Philadelphia, and John Keating. 
Jr., Esq., at Bordentown, N. J., by Rt. 
Rev. Bishop White. American of 
HOPPIN Abby and George Bradford, in this 
town. American of 

Henry, merchant, and Almy H. Bowler, 
daughter of the late Samuel B., in this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Thomas Coles, merchant, and Harriet Dunn 
Jones, daughter of His Excellency, the Gov- 
ernor, William Jones, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Lorania, daughter of the late Col. Benjamin, 
and Edward Carrington, Esq., both of and 
at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Eliza L., daughter of Nicholas, of Providence, 
and Thomas Eddy, of Warwick, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Ann Eliza, only daughter of Davis, and Caleb 
Westcott, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Richard, of Providence, and Sarah Ann Pratt, 
daughter of late Thomas, at Newport, by 
Rev. Mr. Dunn, 

Susan H., eldest daughter of Richard, and 
Daniel B. Bowler, at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Crocker, 

Levi and Nancy Sweeting, daughter of Major 
Henry, at Pomfret, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Bos- 
well. American of 

Caroline Elizabeth, second daughter of Rich- 
ard, of Providence, and Henry Williams, of 



April 23, 1828 
May 14, 1828 

Jan. I, 1829 
March 15, 1829 

Sept. 6, 1829 
April 15, 1831 

Dec. 5-1831 

May 25, 1824 
June 6, 1809 

Nov. 26, 1 8 10 

Nov. 12, 1811 

July 26, 1812 

Jan. 14, 1818 

Jan. 9, 1820 

Dec. 12, 1820 

Feb. 5, 1827 

March 2, 1827 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 67 

HOPPIN: 

Woonsocket Falls, at Providence, by Rev. 

Dr. Crocker, Dec. 22, 1828 

Mary Anne, eldest daughter of George W., 

of Providence, and M Humph- 
reys, of Philadelphia, merchant, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 5, 1829 
William W., of Providence, and Frances Au- 
gusta Sweet, daughter of Titus, Esq., of 

and at New Haven, by Rev. Dr. Bacon. 

American of July 13, 1832 

George H., of Providence, and Elizabeth W. 

Alsop, daughter of Joseph W., of and at 

Middletown, Ct., Sept. 24, 1832 

HOPSON Henry, of Clarkesville, Tenn., and 

Catharine Cooke, daughter of Prof. John 

E., at Lexington, Ky., by Rev. Benjamin 

Smith. American of Dec. 7, 1830 

HOPTROUGH Fanny and Thomas White. 

Mr. White had taken the Crown and 

Anchor Inn with its loose stock and fur- 
nishings. The appraiser told him he may 

as well take the barmaid too. Mr. White 

proposed and was accepted. In England, 

at St. Maurice Church. American of March 8, 1814 

HORN Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Daniel, of 

Barrington, and Job Wheaton, of ^eekonk, 

at Barrington. American of June 28, 1822 

HORSEY Hon. Outerbridge, U. S. Senator, of 

Delaware, and Eliza Lee, daughter of 

Thomas, Esq., at Georgetown, D. C. 

American of April 28, 18 12 

HORSWELL Nathaniel, of this town, and Eliza 

Briggs, of New Bedford, in this town, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, Feb. 9, 1812 

HORSEWELL James and Hannah Knowles, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, Dec. 14, 1814 

Henrietta and J'ames A. Wilson, both of and 

at Newport. American of Nov. 5, 1819 

James and Mary Taber, daughter of late 

Reuben, at Newport. American of Sept. 28, 1821 

Martha, daughter of Ephraim, and David 

Taylor, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Mudge, May 19. 1825 

William, of Providence, and Harriet Oxx, 

daughter of late William, formerly of 

Bristol at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Gammell, Jan. 22, 1826 
Isaiah C, of Providence, and Eliza Ann 

Greenman, daughter of Silas, of Newport, at 

Centreville, Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Wilsbn,' April 9, 1826 



68 



VITAL RECORD. OP RHODE ISLAND 



HORSEWELL Francis and Mrs. Nancy Whit- 
ing, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, 

Ephraim and Hannah Hiscock, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
HOSWELL William, of Newport, and Charlotte 
P. Rhodes, of and at Pawtuxet, by Rev. 
Mr. Shurtleff. American of 
HORTON Benjamin and Betsey Bliss, daughter 
of Dr. James, both of and at Rehoboth, by 
Rev. Mr. Thompson, 

Sanford and Mrs. Sally Bennett, both of and 
at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

James, 2nd, and Sophia Wheaton, daughter 
of Capt. Joseph, at Rehoboth. American 
of 

Mrs. Lydia, 21, and James Case, 16, both of 
and at Rehoboth. American of 

Hannah M., of Warren, and James S. Gardi- 
ner, of Rehoboth, at Warren, 

Eveline and Joseph Gay Metcalf, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

John S., of Providence, and EHza Tudor, of 
and at East Winsor, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Rob- 
bins. American of 

Ann Eliza, of Mendon, and Jabez Barney, of 
and at Swanzey. American of 

Andrew and Mary Hathaway, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr, Mudge, 

Sarah B. and Joshua Fuller, at Cumberland, 
by Rev. Mr. Whipple. American of July 25 

Rebecca W., of Dighton, and Philip Nichols, 
of Rehoboth, at Dighton, 

Jerusha Ellis, of Dighton, and Ruel H olden 
Baker, of Warren, at Swanzey, by Rev. 
Mr. Baker, 

Jabez N., formerly of Franklin, Mass., and 
Mercy Perlina Holden, daughter of late 
Pardon, of and at Foster, by Rev. Mr. 
Burlingame, 

Mehitable, of Rehoboth, and Capt. Nathan 
H. Bliss, of Attleboro, at Rehoboth, 
HOSACK Alexander, U. S. Navy, and Frances 
Dwyer, both of New York, at Valparaiso, 
on board U. S. Ship Constellation. Amer- 
ican of 

Dr. David and Mrs. Madalina Coster, in' 
New York. American of 
HOSMER Rev. George W., of Northfield, and 
Hannah P. Kendall, daughter of Rev. Dr. 
Kendall, at Plymouth. American of 



May 21, 1826 
Oct. 15, 1826 

Dec. 9, 1 83 1 

Dec. 6, 18 (2 
Deg. S, 1813 

Oct. 10, 1815 

March 22, i8r6 

Jan. I, 1818 

Oct. 23, 1820 

Dec. 12, 1820 

Jan. 27, 1824 

March 2, 1825 

and Aug. i, 1826 

Dec. 3, 1826 

Dec. 12, 1830 

Aug. 7, 1832 
Jan. I, 1833 

Aug. 20, 1822 
March 4, 1825 

May 3, 1 83 1 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES gg 

HOTCHKISS Mary and David Hensdley, Jr., 
of New York, merchant, at New Haven. 
American of Jan. 5, 1830 

HOTEN George and Mary Wheeler, both of and 

at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, May 5, 1822 

HOTHUM Admiral and Frances Ann Julianna, 
daughter of Lord Rous, at London. Amer- 
ican of Sept. 6, 1816 
HOUSE Col. E. G. and Mrs. Nancy Gray, at 

Boston. American of July 15, 1825 

HOUSTON George S., late President of the 
Bachelors Society, and Mary Forman, at 
Dayton, Ohio. American of Oct. 17, 181 5 

John H., Esq , and Gertrude Parker Truxton, 
daughter of the Commodore, at Washing- 
ton City. American of Nov. i, 1825 
HOVEY Philetus, and Caroline Freeman, at 

Natic, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Sept. 4, 1832 

William, of New York, and Mary W. Smith, 
daughter of Capt. Benjamin, of and at Paw- 
tuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff^ Oct. 13, 1823 

HOWARD Nahum and Polly Holton, both of 

Franklin, in this town. American of Sept. 14, 1810 

Pardon B., of this town, and Sabra Taft, of 
and at Mendon, Dec. 16, 1810 

Louisa and John Calder, both of and at this 
town, by Rev. Dr. Gano. American of Jan. 12, 1813 

Mrs. Lydia, 75, and Dr. John Toliaferro, 82, 
at Milledgeville, Ga., by Augustus Harris, 
Esq., July 16, 1 8 14 

William A. and Harriet Barton, eldest daugh- 
ter of Capt. Rufus, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 14, 1816 

Ann C, of Hampton, Ct., and Dr. Waldo 
Hutchins, of Brooklyn, Ct., at Hampton, 
by Rev. Mr. Weld, Feb. 9, 1819 

Sarah C, daughter of the late James, of 
Hampton, Ct., and James H. Cady, of 
Providence, at Hampton. American of Sept. 17, 1819 

Caroline and Samuel Gilman, of Charleston, 

S. C, at Watertown, Mass. American of Oct. 26, 1819 

Joseph, of Taunton, and Lydia Smith, of 

Rehoboth, at Attleboro, Feb. 16, 1820 

John E., Jr., Esq., of Baltimore, and Corne- 
lia Annabella Read, daughter of late Hon. 
Jacob, of South Carolina, in Georgia. 
American of Jan. 9. 1821 

Martin, of Foster, and Ruth Whipple, daugh- 
ter of James, at Scituate. American of March 9, 1821 

John and Eliza Sheldon, both of and at 

Cranston. American of May 15, 182 1 



70 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HOWARD Hepzibah C, daughter of late J. C, 

of Boston, and F. W. Sage, at Boston. 

American of Jan. 7, 1823 

John C, of Hampton, Ct, and Sarah May 

Sumner, daughter of late Samuel, Esq., 

of and at Pomfret, by Rev. Walter Lyon, Oct. 7, 1823 

Sarah E., eldest daughter of Henry, of New 

York, and Rev. Manning B. Roche, of 

Philadelphia, at New York. American of July 2, 1824 

Seth, of Olneyville, and Mary Miller, of 

Cumberland, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Pickering, Feb. 17, 1825 

Jesse, Esq., and Mary King, daughter of 

Joseph, both of and at Cranston, by Rev. 

Mr. Tatem, April 11, 1825 

Sophia Catherine, daughter of Col. John E., 

of Baltimore, and William George Read, 

Esq., late of Newport, at Baltimore, by 

Rev. Mr. Duncan. American of May 27, 1825 

Ansel, of Taunton, and Louisa Wilbour, of 

and at Roxbury, Oct. 31, 1826 

Capt. James and Hannah M^comber, formerly 

of Providence, at Charleston, S. C, Feb. 14, 1827 

Apolios and Bethiah Porter, of Bridgewater, 

Mass., at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes. 

American of Nov. 27, 1827 

Mary G. and Benjamin W. Freeman, at Cum- 
berland, by Rev. Dr. Benedict. American 

of Aug. 5, 1828 

Mary C. and Lewis Potter, both of Provi- 
dence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Bene- 
dict, Nov. 20, 1828 
Clarissa, daughter of Hon. Asaph, and 

George G. French, of Portland, merchant, 

at Minot. American of June 29, 1830 

Catharine Hayes and James Cunningham, 

at Boston. American of Dec. 17, 1830 

Elizabeth H., daughter of Thomas, and 

Thomas M. Burgess, at Philadelphia, by 

Rev. Mr. Barnes, Oct. 10, 1831 

HOWE Hezekiah, of Killingly, Ct., and Lydia 

Wilkinson, youngest daughter of Oziel, of 

North Providence, in this town, by Rev. 

Mr. Edes. American of Nov. to, 1809 

Joseph, merchant, of Boston, and Lucy Hunt, 

of this town. American of Jan. 7, 1812 

Elisha, Esq., of Killingly, Ct., merchant, and 

Silence Arnold, only daughter of Ahab, of 

and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Jan. 22, 1815 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 7 J 

HOWE Mary, daughter of Sampson, Esq., and 

John L. Blake, rector of St. Paul's Church, 

Pawtucket, of and at Killingly, by Rev. 

Mr. Atkins, Dec. 7, 18 16 

Estes, Esq., city recorder, and Nancy Wil- 

lard, daughter of Dr. Elias, at Albany, N. 

Y. American of Oct. 5, 1821 

Charles and Ann Cole, both of and at Charles- 
ton, S. C, by Rev. Mr. Furman, April 20, 1825 
George, of Pomfret, Ct.,and Mary Whitman, 

daughter of Gen. Reuben, of and at War- 
wick. American of May 27, 1825 
Mrs. Amelia and Rev. Solomon Sias, of the 

Methodists, at Boston, by Rev. Mr.Merrett. 

American of Aug. 9, 1825 

Rev. E. G., of Illinois, and Mary Ann Condy, 

daughter of Capt. Thomas H., at Paw- 

tuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, Aug. 15, 1825 

Calvin W., of New York, and Charlotte At- 

well, daughter of late Col. Amos, in Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr Edes, Nov. 30, 1825 
Mary F., daughter of Rev. Mr.Howe, and Rev. 

Samuel Russell, at Hopkinton, Mass. 

American of Feb. 16, 1827 

Henrietta, of New York, and John C. Hines, 

of Providence, at New York, Sept. 25, 1828 

James F., Junior Editor of Evening Bulletin, 

and Caroline A. H. Holmes, at Boston, Nov. 11, 1828 

Mary and Rev. William Shed, at Abington, 

Mass. American of Nov. 6, 1829 

Mrs. Nancy, of Ware, and Rev. Joseph Re- 

vill, of Brimfield, at Ware. American of , Jan. 29, 1830 

Adaline and William Gonsolve, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Church, Nov. 14, 1832 

HOWELL Sarah C, youngest daughter of Hon. 

David, and Gamaleel L. Dwight, of Boston, 

merchant, in this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Feb. 21, 1809 
Eliza B., eldest daughter of the Hon. Jere- 
miah B., and Benjamin Co well, Esq., At- 
torney at Law, both of and at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, March 4, 1818 

Waitey F., daughter of Hon. Jeremiah B., 

and Appleton Walker, at Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. 15, 1823 

Alexander H., Esq., and Emily Jackson, 

daughter of late Amasa, of New York, at 

Canandaigua, N. Y. American of July 27, 1830 

Martha Brown, daughter of the late Hon. J. 

B., of Providence, and Charles Lippitt, Jr., 

Esq., of Savannah, Ga., at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Pattison, Sept. 10, 1832 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



ROWLAND Isaac W. and Frances Hull, daugh- 
ter of the late Hanson, both of Newport, 

at Tiverton. American of Julyso, 1811 

Nathaniel and Phebe Thornton, daughter of 

Elisha, at New Bedford, at Friends' Meet- 
ing House. American of April 28, 1812 
Penelope, daughter of John, and Amherst 

Everett, merchant, both of and at this town, 

by Rev. Mr. Edes, Aug, 19, 181 3 

Phebe G., of East Greenwich, and William 

B. Wilcox, of West Greenwich, at East 

Greenwich, by Rev. Thomas Manchester. 

American of May 17, 1816 

Joseph, Jr., of East Greenwich, and Hearty 

Cranston, daughter of William, of Massa- 
chusetts, at Newport. American of Aug. 6, 1816 
Peleg, Jr., of Poughkeepsie, N. Y , and Ruth 

Eddy Congdon, second daughter of Jona- 
than, of and at this town, at Friends' 

Meeting House, July 30, 1818 

Elizabeth L., daughter of John, Esq., and 

William Hatch, both of and at Bristol, by 

Rev. Mr. Wight, Feb. 27, 1820 

Susan A. and James M. Brown, merchant, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, March 5, 1820 

Josiah and Mary L. Bradford, daughter of 

John, Esq., both of and at Bristol, by Rev. 

Mr. Mann, Aug. 27, 1820 

Capt. Daniel, formerly of Rhode Island, and 

Gunilda Hayes, late of Ontario, N. Y., at 

St. Charles, Mo. American of Aug. 28, 1821 

Ann, daughter of late Thomas, and Henry 

Oman, at Newport. American of March 4, 1823 

Capt. George, of Providence, and Sarah M. 

Almy, daughter of Capt. Samuel, of and at 

Newport. American of Aug. 8, 1823 

Mary and Thomas Pearce, both of and at 

Bristol. American of Jan. 6, 1824 

John W. and Susan A. Greene, both of and 

at East Greenwich, Nov. 9, 1826 

Hon. John and Mrs. Polly Munro, both of 

and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wright, Dec. 3, 1826 

Juliet and Joseph A. Scott, both of Paw- 
tucket, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Jan. 28, 1828 
Ethan M., of Mason, Mass., and Frances M. 

Russell, of and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. 

Benedict, Oct. 21, 1828 

Phebe, of Troy, Mass., and George S. Allen, 

of Providence, at Troy, by Rev. Mr. Ross, Nov. 23, 1828 
Hannah and Pardon H. Tillinghast, at East 

Greenwich, by Rev. Mr. Tillinghast, Jan. 13, 1829 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 73 

HOWLAND George, Jr., and Sylvia G. Allen, 

daughter of James, deceased, at Friends' 

Meeting House, Providence, April 30, 1829 

Ruth and Nathaniel Sheperd, at Westport. 

American of Oct. 2, 1829 

Abby, daughter of Capt. Wanton, and Pardon 
■ Gray, Jr., at Dartmouth. American of Sept. 17, 1830 

Mary, daughter of John, Esq., of Providence, 

and Rowland Lyman, of Lowell, Mass., at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Jan. 2, 1832 

HOXIE Olive, eldest daughter of Christopher, 

Esq., and Martin Kempton, at Smithfield, 

by Henry S. Mansfield, Esq., March 15, 1823 

HOXSIE John, of Little Compton, and Sally B. 

Manchester, of and at Westport. Amer- 
ican of July 9, 1824 
Mercy, of West Greenwich, and Thomas. 

Phillips, Jr., of Exeter, at Centreville, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, Feb. 26, 1828 

HOYLE Henry W. and Rebecca M. Bliss, both 

of this town, at F'hiladelphia. American of June 18, i8r6 
HUBBARD Dr. Benjamin and Anstress Draper, 

at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Wilder, June 23, 1812 

John F., Editor Norwich Journal, and Al- 

mira Meade, daughter of the General, at 

Norwich, N. Y. American of April 4, 1820 

Huldah and Col. Joseph Jones Munroe, 

brother of the President, at Charlton, Mo. 

American of Sept. 25, 182 1 

A. H. and Eliza Lanman, daughter of Hon. 

James, at Norwich, Ct. Americaij of Nov. 6, 1821 

Eunice, of Warren, and Joseph Seymour, of 

Newport, at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Welsh, June 22, 1823 

Sarah Ann, of Newport, and Thomas Dring 

Gladding, of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano. American of May 21, 1824 

Joseph, M. D., of Boston, and Sarah Ann 

Snow, daughter of Benjamin, Esq., at Nor- 
wich, Ct. American of Oct. 5, 1824 
Mrs. Lettice, of Providence, and Robert 

Crandall, Esq., of Exeter, at Randolph, Vt. 

American of Oct. 29, 1824 

Virtue C. and John Crosby, both of Troy, 

Mass., at Newport, June 22, 1826 

Ezra and Sarah H. Kinnicutt, daughter of 

late Capt. John, both of and at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Pickering, July 18, 1827 

Charlotte W. and Isaac Sherman, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept, 2, 1827 

Martha and Rev. Joshua Dodge, at Sandw^ich. ., „ „ 

American of April 18, 1831 



74 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HUBBARD James and Mrs. Joanna Colby, at 
U. S. Marine Hospital, Chelsea. Ameri- 
can of April 22, 1 83 1 
HUDSON Harding H., of Cranston, and Susan 
Sheldon, daughter of Col. Stephen, of and 
at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Knight, April 4, 1813 

Maria, daughter of Capt. Thomas, of Provi- 
dence, and Charles C. Harrington, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, Feb. 6, 1820 

Bethiah and Nicholas Wade, at East Bridge- 
v/ater. American of June 28, 1822 

Mary Cahoone, daughter of Capt. Thomas, 
and Thomas Stacy, at Newport. Ameri- 
can of May 14, 1824 

Eliza Ann, daughter of late William, and 
James Smith, at Newport. American of Oct. 4, 1825 

Caleb B. and- Sarah Wilcox, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, Nov. 20, 1825 

Henry J. and Amey A. Barker, daughter of 
Capt. James, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 
Gammell, May 14, 1826 

Mary Ann, daughter of late Capt. Samuel, 
and Thomas Cooke, at Newport. Ameri- 
can of May 16, 1826 

James L. and Ann Eliza Thompson, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, Jan. 25, 1827 

Matilda P. and John W. Bennett, at Natic, 
by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Dec. 13, 1827 

HUGHES Walter, formerly of Boston Theatre, 

and Mrs. Young, formerly of the 

Halifax and late of. the Boston, at Colum 

bia, S. C. American of Feb. 6, 1821 

John L. and Eliza Whiting, daughter of late 
Col. Jeremiah, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Edes, Jan. 16, 1822 

Eleanor J. and Spencer Beers, both of Provi- 
dence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, July 13, 1828 
HUGHSON Elizabeth R., only daughter of late 
John, of Camden, S. C, and Aaron Burr, 
formerly of Providence, at Camden, by Rev. 
Mr. Hartwell. American of Nov. 6, 1832 

HULL Serena and Charles Potter, 2nd, in this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Jan. 8, 1809 

Frances, daughter of the late Hanson, and 
Isaac W. Howland, both of Newport, at 
Tiverton. American of July 30, 181 1 

Capt. William and Roana Newell, in this 
town, - Sept. 8, 1811 

Maria, daughter of General William, and Ed- 
ward Fenwick Campbell, Esq., of Augusta, 
Ga., at Boston. American of Nov. 30, 1813 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 75 

HULL Dennison and Ann Potter, daughter of 
the late Governor Potter, both of and at 
South Kingstown. American of May 20, 1814 

Capt. Peleg and Mrs. Patience Paul, both of 
and at Providence, May 4, 1817 

Elizabeth, daughter of the late Gideon, of 
Providence, and Francis BickneJl, of Rome, 
N. Y., by Rev. Mr. Edes, at this town, May 17, 1818 

Daniel and Mary Ann West, eldest daughter 
of William, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Baker, June 28, 18 18 

Ann and Jacob C. Gould, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, July 2, i8i8 

Rev. Stephen, of Raynham, Mass., and Cath- 
arine H. Lippitt, daughter of Charles, of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, March 17, 18 19 

Thomas C. and Charlotte Cooke, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Aug. 22, 1819 

Susan, daughter of Joseph, late of South 
Kingstown, and Joseph T. Perry, of New- 
port, at Sterling, Ct. American of Oct. 15, 1819 

Capt. Gideon and Eliza Whitmore, both of 

Providence, at New York. American of Dec. 4, 1819 

Susan, daughter of Rev. Stephen, of Rayn- 
ham, and Benjamin Seaver, of Taunton, at 
Raynham. American of Nov. 9, 1821 

Nancy, daughter of Rev. Stephen, of Rayn- 
ham, and John Goldsboro, Preceptor of 
Bristol Academy, at Raynham. American 
of Jan. 8, 1822 

John and Pamela Barker, at Newport. Amer- 
ican of May 6, 1823 

Henry, of New Lebanon, and Mary Ann 
Grant, of Richmond, Mass., at Ballston, N. 
Y. American of May 23, 1823 

George, of Brookfield, Ct., and Sarah Lawton, 

of Portsmouth, at Newport. American of May 25, 1824 

Peleg and Sarah Ann Thurber, daughter of 
Caot. John, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Ludlow, Nov. 22, 1824 

Rev. Stephen and Sybel Griffitts, both of 
West Stockbridge, Mass., at Austerlitz, N. 
H. American of March i, 1825 

Julia Knox, youngest daughter of General 
William, and Joseph Wheeler, of Augusta, 
Ga., at Newton, Mass. American of Sept. 20, 1825 

Wager, of Providence, and Sarah C. Cong- 
don, at South Kingstown. American of April 28, 1826 

J • , 60, after a widowhood of 5 weeks, 

and Belinda Walker, 23, at Farrington, 

Penn. American of May 22, 1829 



76 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HULL Thomas, of Providence, and Mary Ann 
Campbell, of Barrington, at Smithfield, by 
Rev. Mr. Scott, Oct. lo, 1830 

HULME Thomas, Jr., of Philadelphia, and Marie 
Laura Payen, only daughter of J. \V., Esq., 
of and at Sedan, France, July 29, 1829 

HUMBERT Mrs. F. C. and Eugene Prudhomme, 
married by Rev. Spencer H. Cone, at New 
York. [She was before married by Rev. 
Mr. Lyell, Oct. 19, 1819] April 20, 1829 

HUME Robert and Eliza Moore, daughter of 

John, Esq., all of Charleston, S. C, May 26, 181 1 

Charlotte, daughter of John, Esq., of Charles- 
ton, S. C, and William Lucas, Esq., at 
Charleston, Oct. 7, 18 19 

HUMES Sally and Amos Sylvester, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Oathman, Aug. 21, i82i 
Samuel, of Brooklyn, Ct., and Phebe Snell, of 
Warwick, daughter of David, at Warwick, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 9, 1825 
Rebecca and David R. Anthony, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, Nov. 9, 1828 

HUMPHREY Eliza, daughter of John, of Bar- 
rington, and Luther Ashley, of Windham, 
Ct., at Barrington, married by Rev. Mr. 
Watson. American of Sept. 26, 1809 

.A.mey Brown, of North Providence, and Sam- 
uel Brown, Esq., of this town, at North 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 2, 1812 

Amasa, of Barrington, and Waite A. Hunt, 

of and at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Jacobs, June 12, 18 13 

Mary, daughter of John, Esq., and Wilmarth 
Heath, at Barrington, by Rev. Mr. Wat- 
son, _ Sept. 18, 1814 
Mrs. Abigail, of Pawtuxet, and Dutee Rob- 
erts, of Providence, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. 
Mr. Jacobs, June 29, 18 17 
Sarah A., of Providence, and Zelie Darling, 

of Sutton, Mass., by Rev. Mr. Sias, Sept. 12, 1817 

John and Diana Brown, at Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. 21, 1817 

Emerson and Huldah Peck, both of and at 
Barrington, by Rev. Mr. Wright. Amer- 
ican of Jan. 26, 1819 

HUMPHREYS Capt. Samuel and Sarah G. 
Easton, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Oathman, Nov, 26, 1821 

HUMPHREY Ebenezer and Mrs. Elizabeth 
Bachellor, both of and at Oxford, Mass. 
American of May 10, 1822 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 77 

HUMPHREY Thomas G. and Abby Eddy, 
daughter of Benjamin 2d, at Providence. 
American of Oct. 4, 1822 

Col. Walker and Olive R. Mauran, both of 

Providence, at New York, Dec. 27, 1822 

Abby and Samuel Bosworth, of Warren, at 

Rehoboth. American of Nov. g, 1824 

Abby and Samuel Bosworth, of Warren, at 

Rehoboth. American of Nov. 12, 1824 

Thomas A. and Caroline Cooke, both of and 
and at Tiverton, by Rev. Mr. Wright. 
American of Feb. 12, 1828 

HUMPHREYS M , of Philadelphia, mer- 
chant, and Mary Anne Hoppin, eldest 
daughter of George W., of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 5, 1829 

Mrs. Ann F., of Boston, and M De- 

Walewski, formerly Colonel Imperial 
Army of France, at Boston, by Rev. Mr. 
Potter. American of Jan. 5, 1830 

John and Hannah D. Bridges, at Marble- 
head. American of Nov. 30, 1830 

Henry and Sarah Clapp, eldest daughter of 
Richard Blake, at Dorchester, by Rev. 
Dr. Harris. They are both of the 7th gen- 
eration and direct descendants from the 
first settlers of that town. There are but 
two intermarriages outside of any but de- 
scendants of first settlers : ist to a daugh- 
ter of Rev. William Thompson, first min- 
ister of Braintree (now Quincy) ; 2d to a 
daughter of Rev. Samuel Dexter, of Ded- 
ham. The marriage was performed on the 
spot where lived and died Rev. Richard 
Mather, the first minister at Dorchester. 
American of Dec. 7, 1830 

Hannah M., of Tiverton, and Stephen L. 
French, of Fall River, at Tiverton, May 12, 1831 

Martha Ellis, daughter of Walker, and Leon 
Chappotin, of Meadville, Penn., at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Sept. 27, 1831 
HUMPHREYS William S., of Millbury, Mass., 
and Amey A. Knowles, of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Pattison, Nov. 5, 1832 
HUNGERFORD Dr. Thomas B. and Ann M. 
C. Wilkinson, only child of George, Esq., 
both of Oak, Calvert Co., Md. American of March 11, 1831 
HUNNEMAN Ann F. H., daughter of Dea. 
William C, of Roxbury, and Joseph F 
Milner, of Boston, at Roxbury, by Rev. 
Dr. Lovell, May 12, 1831 



78 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HUNNEWELL John and Mary Mitchell, daugh- 
ter of Jonathan, both of and at New Shore- 
ham. American of July 19, 1816 

Hon. Jonathan, of Boston, and Mrs. Theoda 

Davis, at Roxbury, Mass. American of Feb. 11, 1820 

HUNT Lucy, of this town, and Joseph Howe, 

of Boston, merchant. American of Jan. 7, 1812 

Abigail, daughter of the late Col. Hunt, of 
Watertown, Mass., and Capt. Josiah Snell- 
ing, 4th U. S Infantry, at Detroit, Aug. 14, 1812 

Clement Smith, U. S. Navy, and Sarah Ann 
Senter, daughter of the late Dr. Isaac, at 
St. John's Church, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Jan. 14, 1813 

Anna T., of Warwick, and Adrian Weed, Jr., 
of Worcester, Mass., at Warwick, by Rev. 
Mr. Jacobs, April 25, 1813 

Waite A., of Pawtuxet, and Amasa Humph- 
rey, of Barrington, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. 
Mr. Jacobs, June 12, 1813 

Mary Ann, of Seekonk, and Joseph T. An- 
thony, of this town, at Seekonk, by Rev. 
Mr. Hill, Aug. 13, 1815 

Phebe A., daughter of the late Capt. Joseph, 
of Pawtuxet, and Christopher O. Arnold, 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, Sept. 2r, 18 18 

.Seth, Jr., and Henrietta Petty, daughter of 
Daniel, both of end at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, Dec. 22, 1819 

Nancy, of Seekonk, and Rev. Shearjashub 
B. Townsend, of Sherbourne, Mass., at 
Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pitman, March 22, 1820 

Josiah A., of Pawtuxet, and Lydia Mason, 
daughter of Dea. George, of and at Cum- 
berland. American of Oct. 20, 1820 

Bat, of North Kingstown, and Hannah H. 
Forth, of North Providence, at East Green- 
wich. American of Sept. 10, 1822 

Sarah and Jabel Patt, both of and at ("um- 
berland, by Rev. Dr. Benedict. .American 
of Oct. 22, 1822 

Peter B., Esq., Attorney at Law, of Seekonk, 
and Ruth Nelson, daughter of Major Paul, 
of and at Pawtucket, by Rev. . Mr Taft. 
American of April 20, 1 824 

Mary Eveline, youngest daughter of Joshua, 
Esq., and James Chace, both of and at 
Pawtuxet. American of May 25, 1824 

Daniel and Polly Balcom, only daughter of 

Daniel, both of and at Attleboro, Dec. 27, 1824 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 79 

HUNT Sarah I , daughter of Peter, Esq., and 
Joseph C. Brown, of Baltimore, at Seekonk, 
by Rev. Mr. Barney, June 18, 1827 

Huldah A., youngest daughter of late Dan- 
iel, of Providence, and Benjamin A. Benson, 
of Sturbridge, Mass., at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 10, 1827 

Sarah Ann and Peter Church, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Pickering, ■ June 12, 1828 

Avis and James Wood, both of Coventry, at 

Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Jan. 4, 1829 

Sarah D. and Benjamin Kimball, of Andover, 
at Lowell. American of Jan. 9, 1829 

Samuel L., of Boston, and Heien Maria 

Mellen, of and at New York. American of Oct. 30, 1829 

tliza Ann and Isaac Page, at Boston. Amer- 
ican of , April 26, 1830 

Mary Ann and Lucas C. Young, of Troy, 

Mass., at Seekonk. American of Jan. 7, 183: 

Adeline B., formerly of Little Compton, and 
Alber Shaw, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering, ' Aug. i, 1831 

Zebedee, of Providence, and Lydia H. Young, 
of and at Troy, Mass., Oct. i, 1832 

HUNTER Capt. Andrew and Mary Scott, daugh- 
ter of the late John C, of and at Newport. 
American of Sept. 19, 1815 

Dr. G. H., of New Orleans, and Ann Gir- 
ault, daughter of the late Col. John, at 
Natchez. Aug. 14, 1816 

Jam s, of Philadelphia, and Margaret Bene- 
dict, daughter of the late Rev. Joel, at 
Plainfield, Ct, Sept. 11, 1817 

Mary, of Tiverton, and Joseph Whiting, of 

Bristol, at Tiverton. American of Aug. 10, 182 1 

HUNTING Samuel, of Johnston, and Mrs. Mary 
Greene, of Providence, at Johnston. Amer- 
ican of May 3'. i8i4 
HUNTINGTON Christopher T., of Hartford, 
and Mary Webb, of and at Windham, Ct. 
American of Oct. 3, 1823 

Rev. Daniel, of East Bridgewater, and Alma 
French, daughter of Benjamin, Esq., at 
Boston. American of Oct. 31, 1823 

Elizabeth and Benjamin Barnard, of Port- 
land, Me., at Newport. American of July 7, 1826 

Nancy and Samuel Thomas, at Pawtucket, 
by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Jan. 8, 1828 

Ruth L. and James L. Ripley, at Norwich. 
American of June 22, 1830 



80 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HUNTLEY Lydia, the poetess, and Charles 
Sijourney, Esq,, of Hartford, Ct. Ameri- 
can of July 6, 1819 
HUNTRESS Nathaniel and Anna Dickerson, at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Potter, Feb. 10, 1829 

Ann and John Townsend, at Portsmouth. 

American of Nov. 17, £829 

HURD Captain Nathan, of Chatham, Ct., and 
Ann Gardiner, daughter of Capt. James, of 
and at Newport. American of Oct. 15, 1811 

HURLBERT Rev. Joseph, of Albany, and Mary 
Crawford Hattrick, daughter of Peter, 
Esq., at New York. American of June 22, 1824 

HURLBURT Frances C. and Henry G. Glad- 
ding, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Farley, Oct. 14, 1829 

HUSE EHza and Oliver Sawyer, at Newbury- 

port. American of Oct. 30, 1829 

Alfred, of Newburyport, and Caroline Evans, 

at Portsmouth. American of May 14, 1830 

HUSSEY Mary N , of Nantucket, Mass., and 
Thomas Earle, of Philadelphia, 'at Nan- 
tucket, at Friends' Meeting House, July 13, 1820 
Susan and Joseph Macy, at Nantucket, at 
Friends' Meeting House. American of Sept. 16, 1825 
HUTCH INS Dr. Theophilus and Joanna Paine, 

at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Hill, April 14, 1811 

Avis, daughter of Col. Shubael, and Rev. 
Roswell Whitmore, Pastor of First Congre- 
gational Church and Society of Killingly, 
Ct., both of and at said Killingly, by Rev. 
Mr. Storrs, of Ashford, Ct., Nov. 4, 1813 

Ezra, Esq., Attorney at Law, and Mary 

Stone, at Weston, Mass, American of Sept. 27, 1814 

Major John, of this town, bookseller, and 
Sarah Mather, daughter of late Dr. War- 
ham, of and at Northampton, Mass., June i, 1816 
Dr. Waldo, of Brooklyn, Ct., and Ann C. 
Howard, of and at Hampton, Ct., by Rev. 
Mr. Weld, Feb. 9, 18 19 
Henrietta, daughter of Richard, and William 
L. Peck, of Coventry, at North Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Tobey. American of March 9, 1819 
HUTCH ENS Abigail and John Dewherst, both 
of and at Providence, by William B. Mar- 
tin, Esq., Dec. 4, 1822 
HUTCHINS Shubael, of Charleston, S. C, and 
Maria Storrs, daughter of Dan, of and at 
Mansfield, Ct., Aug. 24, 1824 
George and Everline W. Gorton, at Warwick, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 17, 1826 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES gl 

HUTCHENS Maria L., youngest daughter of 

Col. Hutchens, and Isaac H, 

Cady, of Providence, at Killingly, Ct., by 

Rev. Mr. Eason, Jan. 31, 1827 

John and Sarah Packard Metcalf, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Dec. 24, 1827 

HUTCH INGS Mary and Thomas F. Cham- 
berlain, both of and at Boston. American of March 23, 1830 
HUTCHINS Mary Ann and Robert Dunlap, at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Pickering, Sept. 12, 1832 

Rev. James, of South Reading, Mass., and 

Rhoda C. Barton, daughter of John B., 

Esq., at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pattison, Sept. 18, 1832 
HUTCHINSON Sally, of Smithfield, and Smith 

Taft, of this town, at Smithfield, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano. American of Nov. 23, 1813 

Nancy Walker, of Providence, and Eddy 

Harding, of Barnngton, at Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, Junes, 1817 

Mary Pyne and Charles March, of New 

York, at Charleston, S. C, by Rev. Bishop 

Bowen. American of Feb. 2, 1819 

Stephen and Evelina Jenckes, daughter of 

late Wdliam, both of and at Smithfield, by 

Asa Winsor, Esq., Sept. 4, 1823 

James, of Northampton, and Phebe Cogge- 

shall, of and at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. ■ 

Barney, Sept. 14, 1824 

HUTINGTON Ruth L., daughter of Charles 

P., Esq., and James L. Ripley, merchant, 

at Norwich, Ct. American of June 15, 1830 

HUTTLESTONE Eliza and Thomas Clarke, 

both of and at Newport. American of Oct. 28, 1823 

HUTTON Jane, of Providence, and John Hill, 

Jr., of Millledgville, Ga,, merchant, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Gano, . May 3, 1819 

HUTTEN Wilson, of Providence, and Phebe 

Chamberlam, of and at Southbridge, Mass., 

by Rev. Dr. Parks. American of April 6 and 10, 1827 

HUYGENS Adalaide Charlotte Waldemarine, 

daughter of His Excellency, the Chev. 

Benjamin Huygens, the Netherland Min- 
ister to the U. §., and Dominique Garos- 

tiet De Arbel, of France, at New York, by 

Rev. A. Verren, July I4. 1830 

HUYGINS Amos R. and Lucinda Reys, at 

Boston, ' March 25, 183 1 
HYATT Susan, daughter of John, Esq., of Dela- 
ware, and Col. J Hindman, U. S. 

Army, atPhiladelphia. American of July 22, 1825 



82 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HYATT Sophia, daughter of late Capt. Charles 

L., and John S. Richardson, Jr., Esq., of 

Charleston, S. C, at Providence, by Rev. 

Dr. Crocker, April 9, 1827 

HYDE Betsey, daughter of Squire, of Coventry, 

and Ira Colvin, at Coventry, Dec. 20, 18 10 

John^ Jr., and Julia Delmore Whiting, both 

of Lancaster, Mass., in this town, July i, 1816 

Phylura, of Brooklyn, Ct., and Giles Wood- 
worth, of Killingly, at Brooklyn. Ameri- 
can of Dec. 12, 1823 
Louisa Ann, of Killingly, Ct., and Eliphal D. 

Tarbox, of Brooklyn, Ct., at Killingly. 

American of July 12, 1825 

Thomas and Mrs. Caroline Bunker, both of 

New Bedford, at Smithfield, Jan. 22, 1829 

HYER George W., one of the proprietors of 

Mercantile Advertiser, and Sarah Grainger, 

daughter of the late John, at New York. 

American of Oct. 31, 1820 



IDE Ann and Latham Babcock, both of this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Cornell, Oct. 21, 18 10 

David and Eliza Arnold, daughter of the late 

Col. Daniel, of and at Smithfield, Dec. 8, 181 1 

Sally and Church Gray, at Seekonk, by Rev. 

Mr. Hill, • April 5, 1812 

Rosella Olney and Latham Babcock, both of 

this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, July 11, 1813 

Temperance, daughter of Abel, and Samuel 

D. Lindsay, both of and at Seekonk, by 

Rev. Mr. Hill, April 2, 181 5 

Rev. Jacob, of Medway, and Mary Emmons, 

of and at Franklin. American of April i8, 1815 

Mary, of Seekonk, and Rev. Josephus Whea- 

ton, pastor Congregational Church, Hollis- 

ton, Mass., at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Hill, Jan. i, 1816 

Lydia, of Providence, and Peleg Butts, of 

New Bedford, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, Aug. 7, 1820 

Celinda and William Thurber, both of and ■ 

at Attleboro. American of March 27, 182 1 

Hiram and Adelia Miller, at Pawtucket. 

American of Oct. 5, 1821 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES §3 

IDE Harvey and Mary Cushman, only daughter 
of late Lieut. Jacob, of and at Attleboro. 
American of June 25, 1822- 

William and Amanda Bishop, both of and at 

Seekonk, • Aug. 27, 1823 

Welcome, of Providence, and Mary Ann 
Hathaway, daughter of late Zephaniah, of 
Newport, at Providence. American of Jan. 2, 1824 

Lydia and" Zachariah Walker, both of and at 

Seekonk, by Rev Mr. Pease, May 5, 1826 

Amey and Z Chaffee, at Seekonk, by 

Rev. Mr. Barney. American of May 23, 1826 

Mary F. and Leonard Slater, at Worcester, May 29, 1826 

Marcellus and Martha B. Gray, both of and 

at central Falls, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Jan. 28, 1827 

Susan Maria, daughter of Abel, of Seekonk, 
and Joseph Ferdinand Lindsey, of Fall 
River, at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Barney, Jan. i, 1830 

INCHES Ruth, daughter of Jesse, and Thomas 
Tunmore, both of and at Smithfield, by 
Dutee Winsor, Esq. American of Feb. 21, 1815, 

INGALLS Capt. Abiathar and Anna Brewer, at 

Taunton, April 26, 18 12 

William, M. D., and Alice Brazer, daughter 

of Major John, at Boston. American of Dec. 25, 1827 

Lucy, daughter of Dr. William, of Boston, 
and Dr. Charles H. Steadman, surgeon U. 
S. Marine Hospital, Chelsea, at Boston. 
American of May 29, 1829 

INGELL Abby, daughter of Jonathan, of Taun- 
ton, and William A, F. Sprout, Esq., of 
Swanzey, at Taunton. American of April 15, 1823 

INGERSOLL Sally Blake, of Boston, and Dr. 
Alexander Thayer, of Mendon, at Boston, 
American of Dec. 31, 1824 

INGLE Benjamin, of Taunton, Mass., and Sarah 
W. Tew, daughter of the late Col. William, 
of and at Newport. American of Aug. i, 1815 

INGLIS Emeline V. P., daughter of Joseph L., 
Esq., and George A. Bicknell, merchant, 
both of and at Philadelphia, by Rev, Dr. 
Sargent, April 2, 1814 

INGRAHAM Jeremiah, of Auleboro, and Cath- 
arine Burr, daughter of Col. James, of and 
at this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Feb. 15, i 810 

Barton and Betsey Gay, both of this town, 

by Rev. Mr." Edes, Sept. 23, 1810 

Amey, of Attleboro, and John Wheeler, of 

this town, at Attleboro. American of Aug. 9, 18 14 

Tabez, of Attleboro, and Cynthia Buckhn, of 
and at Seekonk, bv Rev. Mr. Hill, July 24, 1815 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



INGRAHAM Mary, of this town, and Joshua 
Sabins, at this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes. 
American of 

Mary and John West, Jr., Esq., Attorney at 
Law, both of and at Bristol, by Rev, Mr. 
Mann, 

Otis and Lydia Arnold, at Cumberland, by 
Rev. Mr. Benedict, 

Sophia, formerly of Kingston, N. Y., and 
Philander Chace, formerly of New Hamp- 
shire, Bishop of Ohio, at Zanesville, O. 
American of 

Lawton and Polly T. Bosworth, both of and 
at Barrington, by Rev. Mr. Wright, 

Henry and Olive C. Allen, both of and at 
Bristol, by Bishop Griswold, 

Martha and Samuel Goff, at Warren, by Rev. 
Mr. Rexford. American of 

Leprelet and Adeline Carpenter, at Paw- 
tucket. American of 

Esther, daughter of Jabel, Esq., of Pawtucket, 
and Walter Frost, of Boston, at Pawtucket. 
American of 

Lemuel, of Attleboro, and Tamzin Hall, of 
Pawtucket, at St. Paul's Church, 

William, of Barrington, and Sarah Childs, of 
and at Warren, 

Solomon and Peddy Sweet, daughter of Gid- 
eon, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Nancy, daughter of Watson, and Capt. Eben- 
ezer Mathewson, at Barrington, by Rev. 
Mr. Rexford. American of 

Nancy and Nathan Goff, both of and at War- 
ren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, 

Joshua, of Seekonk, and Sarah Ann Baker, 
of and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 

Jane and John B. Read, both of Pawtucket, 
at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Warren, 

Maria Br, of Attleboro, and Lewis L. Hodges, 
of Providence, at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. 
P"erguson, 
INLOES Eliza C. and John Chandler, Esq., 
editor Maryland Republican, of Annapolis, 
at Baltimore. American of 
INMAN Rhoda, daughter of Abraham, p:sq., 
and Isaac Randall, at Johnston, by Elder 
Sprague, 

Otis M., of Pawtucket, and Mary Kelly, of 
and at Valley Falls. American of 



Aug. 22, 1 815 

May 2, 1816 
May 29, 1816 

Aug. 27, 1 81 9 
Aug. 30, 1 819 

Oct. 17, 1819 
April 12, 1822 

Nov. S, 1824 

March 11, 1825 

Sept. 25, 1825 

Oct. t6, 1825 

Dec. 5, 1826 

March 6, 1827 

March 29, 1827 

Sept. 7, 1828 

Nov. 17, 1828 

Nov. 8, 1830 

July 13, 1821 

Feb. 12, 1824 
Feb. 20, 1824 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



85 



INMAN Cinderella and Zachariah R. Fuller, at 
Smithfield. American of 

Harkness and Joan B. Rawson, at Pawtucket, 
by Rev. Mr. Potter, 

Eliza Ann, of Burrillville, and Nathan South- 
wick, 2d, of Mendon, at Smithfield, by Rev. 
Mr. Mansfield, 
INVESTIGATOR William G., of Providence, 
and Temperance N. Philanthropist, of and 
at Boston, by Rev. Dr. Goodjudge, 
IRESON Francis E. and Margaret Girdler, at 

Marblehead. American of 
IRISH Abigail and Peleg Sisson, of Portsmouth. 
American of 

C. P. and Sally Hicks, both of and at Provi- 
dence. American of 

Patience, of Portsmouth, and Caleb Cooke, 
of Troy, Mass., at Newport. American of 

Otis and Patience Dyre, at Little Compton. 
American of 

Mary H., daughter of late John, and George 
Bowen, at Newport. American of 

Sarah B. and Stephen Bowen, at Newport. 
American of 

John, Jr., and Lydia Grinnell, at Little Comp- 
ton. American of 
IRONS Sarah and James Thurber, both of and 
at this town, by Rev. Dr. Messer, 

Palmyra and Darius N. Thurber, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Amer- 
ican of 

Lucretia and Capt. Bradley Greene, both of 
and at Glocester, by Eleazer Bellows, Esq., 

Simon and Mary Cornell, at Johnston. Amer- 
ican of 

John, of North Providence, and Reliance 
Chace, of and at Valley Falls. American of 

Eliza and Alexander O. Walford, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Arnold, of Providence, and Fanny Salisbury, 
of and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 

Sarah and Asa Keene, both of Pawtucket, at 
Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, 

Caroline, daughter of Nicholas, of Providence, 
and Robert Brownell, of New York, at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
ISAACS William, son of late Ralph, of New 
Haven, and Mary Rogers, daughter of late 
John, Esq., of Baskenridge, N. J., at New 
York. American of 



Jan. 29, 1828 
Feb. 7, 1828 

March 5, 1829 

Jan. 16, 1829 
Sept. 10, 1830 
Nov. 15, 1808 
Feb. 20, 1 82 1 
Oct. 21, 1823 
Nov. 18, 1823 
Oct 26, 1824 
Oct. 17, 1826 
May 20, 1 83 1 
Jan. 19, 1815 

March 1, 1816 

March 29, 1816 

May 10, 1822 

Jan. 23, 1824 

Sept. 28, 1824 

June 5, 1825 

Jan. I, 1826 

Oct. 2, 1826 
Feb. 18, 1825 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



IVES Mrs. Betsey and Oliver Parsons, at Salem, 
Mass., by Rev. Dr. Worcester and Rev. 
Mr. Abbott. [Note made that this is the 
first instance of two clergymen officiating 
at the same marriage, which we much 
doubt. J. N. A.] American of 
Charlotte R., daughter of Thomas P., Esq., 
and William G. Goddard, Editor of the 
American, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Rev. L. Silliman, Rector of Trinity Church, 
Philadelphia, and Rebecca Smith Hobart, 

daughter of Rt. Rev. H Hobart, 

D. D., Bishop of New York, at New York. 
American of 
Robert Hale, of Providence, and Harriet 
Bowen Amory,, daughter of late Thomas, 
Esq., of Boston, at Roxbury, Mass., by 
Rev. Alonzo Potter, 

IZARD Patience W.B. and Col. E ■ Eus- 

tus, U. S. Army, at Charleston, S. C. 
American of 
Ralph, Esq., and Eliza Lucas Pinkney, daugh- 
ter of Gen, Charles C, at Charleston, S. C. 
American of 



April 26, 1 8 16 



May 22, 1 82 1 



Feb. 25, 1825 



Oct. 3, 1827 



June 3, 1823 



March 12, 1824 



JACK Samuel H. and Frances G. Tompkins, 
daughter of John, at Newport. American 
of Feb. 25, 

Alexander and Mrs. Rebecca Hart, at New- 
port. American of Nov. 7, 
JACKINS Da and Sarah Field, at Provi- 
dence, bv Rev. Mr. Mudge, March 11, 
JACKSON H'on. John G., of Virginia, and Mary 
Meigs, daughter r)f Col. R. J., of and at 
Marietta, O. American of Aug. 17, 

Henry B., of Watertown, and Lucinda Leach, 

of Bridgewater. American of Dec. 6, 

Mary, daughter of the late Dr. John, and 
William Treadwell, printer, at Portsmouth, 
N. H. American of Nov. 19, 

Stephen B. and Harriet Russell, at Mendon. 

American of Sept. 2, 



1825 
1828 
1824 

1810 
i8u 

1813 
1814 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 87 

JACKSON Mary, daughter of -the late Dr. WiU 
liam, and Elijah Morse, Esq., Attorney at 
Law, at Boston, Nov. 20, 181 7 

John T. and Mrs. Sally Simmons, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, April 20, 18 18 

Rev. Henry and Maria T. Gano, daughter of 
Rev. Stephen, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, March 11, 1822 

Joseph and Hannah Leonard, at Middleboro, 

Mass. American of April 9, 1824 

Mrs. Harriet C. and William Kendrick, of 
Newton, at Mendon, Mass., by Rev. Mr. 
Daggett. American of May 21, 1824 

Jesse, of Sutton, Mass., and Fanny Richard- 
son, of and at Smithfield. American of Oct. 14, 1825 

Eliza, daughter of Major Samuel, of Provi- 
dence, and Dr. Robert D. Hemenway, of 
Shrewsbury, Mass., at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, Nov, 13, 1825 

Olive, daughter of late Col. Giles, of Berk- 
shire, Mass., and his 26th child. Of this 
number, 22 have married and most have 
large families. The eldest daughter was 
married 52 years ago. And John Clarke, 
at the Fulton House, New York, by Rev. 
Mr. Knox, Feb. 24, 1826 

John G., formerly of Providence, and Matilda 

Caroline Starkey, of Philadelphia, Oct. 12, 1826 

Richard W., of Philadelphia, merchant, and 
Susan P. Aborn, of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. i, 1827 

Charles, Esq , and Catharine Dexter, daugh- 
ter of Samuel, Esq., both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Nov. 20, 1827 

Mary H., daughter of Hon. Richard, and Dr. 
John F. R. Flagg, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 3, 1827 

Rebecca, only daughter of Daniel, and M. M. 
Noah, Esq., Editor of Enquirer, at New 
York. American of Dec. 4, 1827 

Susan W. and Dr. David B. Slack, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, June 23, 1828 

Hannah, daughter of Hon, Richard, and 
James Dennis, of Scituate, at Friends' 
Meeting House, Sept. 11, 1828 

Jackson — and Cannon, at 

Plymouth. American of July 24, 1829 

Ellen and Lieut. George F. Peason, U. S. 
Navy, at Newburyport. American of Sept. 25, 1829 

Ellen and Lieut. George F. Pearson, U. S. 
Navy, at Newburyport. American of Sept. 29, 1829 



88 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

JACKSON George W. and Mary Bowen Jack- 
son, daughter of Nathan W., Esq., at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Nov. 12, 1829 

Mary Bowen, daughter of Nathan W., Esq., 
and George W. Jackson, at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr Edes, Nov. 12, 1829 

Mary B., only daughter of Capt. Samuel, and 
James G. Anthony, at Beneficent Congre- 
gational Church, Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, Jan. 28, 1830 

Sylvester Richmond and Mary Ann Hill, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering, May 14, 1830 

Emily, daughter of late Amasa, of New 
York, and Alexander H. Howell, Esq., at 
Canandaigua, N. Y. American of July 27, 1830 

C. F. E., adopted daughter of Mrs. Eleanor, 
and Daniel Hanson, at Charlestown, Mass. 
American of Aug. 24, 1830 

Betsey Ann, daughter of Henry, and Rufus 
B. Bradford, of Kingston, Mass., at Ply- 
mouth. American of Nov. 30, 1830 

Roby, daughter of Major Samuel, and Capt. 
Nathan Gorton, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 2, 1831 

Abby S., daughter of John T., and John W. 
D. Hall, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Picker- 
ing, Nov. 13, 1 83 1 
JACOBS Nancy, eldest daughter of Abel, of 
Thompson, Ct., and George W. Gladding, 
of this town, at Thompson, by Rev. Mr. 
Crossbee, April 22, 1813 

Henry, merchant, and Maria Aborn, daugh- 
ter of Samuel, Esq., both of and at this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 4, 1813 

John, of Thompson, Ct., and Rachal Dean, 

of and at Killingly, by Rev. Mr. Atkins, Feb. 27, 18 14 

Olive, of Seekonk, and James Beliss, 3rd, of 
Rehoboth, at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Hill. 
American of May 17, 18 14 

Clarrissa, youngest daughter of the late Dea- 
con Calvin, of Rehoboth, and John Glad- 
ding, of Providence, merchant, at Reho- 
both, by Rev. Mr. Thompson, Nov. 20, 18 14 

Samuel, formerly of this town, and Ann 
Stephenson Pennington, daughter of the 
late Josias, Esq., of and at Baltimore, by 
Rev. Mr. Barton, March 5, 1816 

.Maria, of Windsor, Vt., and Dr. Walter V. 
Wheaton, Surgeon 2d Regiment U. S. 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES §9 

JACOBS : 

Infantry, of Providence, at Windsor, Vt. 
American of Feb. 9, 181 9 

James, merchant, and Caroline F. Dyer, 
daughter of Charles, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Jan. 25, 1826 
JACQUAWS James, Jr., and Phebe Jordan, 
daughter of Seaman, both of and at Coven- 
try. American of March 4, 1814 
JAMES William and Catharine Field, daughter 

of Lemuel, all of this town, Nov. 19, 1810 

Martha, daughter of John, and Richard Eddy, 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, " May 2, 1822 

Caleb R. and Lucy Reynolds, daughter of 
Judge Reynolds, at Richmond, R. L 
American of May 13, 1823 

Dr. Silas, of West Greenwich, and Carohrie 
A. Gordon, of Sterling, Ct., at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. 22, 1824 

Eliza N., eldest daughter of Eleazer, Esq., of 
Barre, Mass., and Charles Allen, Esq., of 
Worcester, Attorney at Law, at Barre. 
American of July 8, 1825 

Sarah and Nathan Storrs, Esq., at Boston. 

American of Oct. 16, 1829 

Mary and Henry S. Whitford, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 22, 1829 

Rebecca W. and Oliver E. Taber, both of 
Providence, at North Stonington, by Rev. 
Mr. Ayer, Sept. 20, 1831 

JANUARY Pamelia and Samuel January, at 

Washington, Ky. American of April i, 1814 

Samuel and Pamelia January, at Washington, 

Ky. American of April i, 1814 

JAQUAWS Nathan and Honor Head, at New- 
port. American of Feb. 17, 1824 
JACQUES Betsey and John Goldsmith, both of 

and at Pawtucket. American of Jan. 13, 1824 

JACQUITH Harriet and Nathaniel Heaton, of 

Wrentham, at Smithfield. American of May 7, 1819 

JARMAN Catharine and William Jones, both of 

this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Feb. 11, 1810 

JARVIS Susan and Daniel C. Gushing, both of 

and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Williams, Feb. 16, 1809 

Leonard, Esq., and Mary H. Greene, daugh- 
ter of late David, Esq., at Boston, by Rev. 
Mr. Lowell, Aug. 15, 1816 

Col. Russell, Attorney at Law, and Sarah 
Elizabeth Cordiss, daughter of Thomas, 
Esq., at Boston. American of Dec. 7, 1824 



90 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



JARVIS Lieut. Joseph W., U. S. Navy, and 
Sally J. Bradford, at Bristol, by Rev. 
Bishop Griswold, 

Mary Pepperell Sparhawk, daughter of Hon. 
William, and Hampden Cutts, Esq , At- 
torney at Law, of Portsmouth, N. H., at 
Weathersfield, Vt. American of 
JEFFERS Mary and William Smith, at New- 
port. American of 

Fanny and Richard Sayles, both of and at 
Smithfield. American of 

Samuel and Mary Weeden, daughter of 
Peleg, Esq., both of and at Newport. 
American of 

Sarah, of Newport, and James A. Williams, 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Picker- 
ing. American of 

William, Jr., and Ann Alvira Coggeshall, both 
of and at Pawtucket, 
JEFFERSON Polly, daughter of Hon. Thomas, 
Vice President of U. S., and John W. 
Eppes. American of 

Louisa and George Fuller, at Charlestown, 
Mass. American of 
JEFFRAY Francis, Esq., Editor of the Edin- 
burgh Review, and Charlotte Wilkes, 
daughter of Charles, Cashier Bank of New 
York, at New York. American of 

Robert, of New York, merchant, and Re- 
becca Champlain Dexter, eldest daughter 
of Stephen, of Providence, at St. John's 
Church, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, 
JEFFREY Rebecca A., daughter of Nicholas, 
and Francis W. Seabury, both of and at 
Newport. American of 
JENCKES Amey and Smith Capron, of Paw- 
tucket, 

Amey, eldest daughter of Jarathmeel, and 
Nathaniel G. B. Dexter, all of and at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, 

Livingstone, formerly of this slate, and Sarah 
Buffington, daughter of Benjamin, at Or- 
well, Pa., 

Brown, formerly of this state, and Laura 
Hill, daughter of Barnard, at Adams, 
Mass. American of 

Oliver A., merchant, and Eliza H. Brown, 
both of and at this town, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, 

Sarah and Oliver Shaw, both of this town, 
by Rev. Mr. Williams, 



Dec. 8, 1828 

Sept. 15, 1829 

April 12, 181 1 

March 21, 1823 

April 16, 1824 

June I, 1824 
Jan. 24, 1830 

June 4, 1816 
Oct. 2, 1829 

Nov. 12, 1813 

Oct. 29, 1822 

Dec. 14, 1824 
March (2, 1809 

Nov. 13, 1808 

Jan. I, 1812 

Feb. 4, 1812 

June 14, 1812 
Oct. 20, 1812 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 91 

JENCKES Arnold W., of Cumberland, and 

Louisa Peck, of and at Wrentham, Mass., 

by Rev. Mr. Fiske, April 6, 1814 

Amey, of Smithfield, and Philip Thomas, of 

Cumberland, at Smithfield. American of June 21, 1814 

Henry, Esq., of Smithfield, and Mrs. Lydia 

Robinson,' eldest daughter of Thomas 

Jenckes, of Adams, Mass., at New Leba- 
non, N. Y. American of March 10, 1815 
Whipple, of this town, and Frances Davis, of 

Troy, Mass., at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. 

Baker, June i, 181 5 

Renssalaer J., formerly of Providence, and 

Sarah Woodburn, of and at Warren, Penn., Jan. 25, 1817 

Thomas B., of Newport, N. H., and Abigail 

W. Allen, of and at Cumberland, by Rev. 

Mr. Carrique, Nov. 27, 18 17 

Ann Eliza, eldest daughter of Capt, John, and 

Col. Henry Manton, of Johnston, at Smith- 
field, by Rev. Dr. Gano, May 21, i8i8 
Gersham C. and Mary Ann B. Morris, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, Dec. 10, 1818 

James V. and Olive Grossman, both of and 

at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, Feb. 14, i8r9 

Mary G. and Sylvanus H. Bushee, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Nov. 16, 1819 

Reuben, Esq., and Mrs. Nancy Smith, widow 

of Col. John, both of and at Cumberland, 

by Rev. Mr. Potter, Feb. 10, 1820 

Isaac, Esq., and Freelove Dexter, daughter 

of Major Nathan, of Carlton, Mass., at 

Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Potter, Feb. 13, 1820 

Daniel, Esq., late of Providence, and Rachal 

Erving, second daughter of Nathaniel, Esq., 

President State Bank of Indiana, at Vin^ 

cerines, Ind , by Rev. Samuel T. Scott, May 2, 1820 

Jerathmeel, Esq., of Pawtucket, and Mrs. 

Hannah Collins, of Canterbury, Ct., at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, May 7, 1820 

John, of Warwick, and Nancy C. Bellows, of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. 

American of May 9, 1820 

Alfred, of Holmesburgh, Penn., and Sally 

Albro, of and at Pawtucket, by Rev, Mr. 

Benedict. American of Nov. 7, 1820 

Arnold, of Wrentham, and Betsey Ballon, 

daughter of Abner, Esq., of and at Cum- 
berland, by Rev. Mr. Potter, Dec. 19, 1820 
Capt. Alvin, of Pawtucket, and Abigail Corn- 
stock, of and at Wrentham. American of Jan. 12, 1821 



92 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

JENCKES Priscilla Bucklin and Charles Rob- 
bins, both of and at Providence, at St. 
John's Church, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, May lo, 1821 

George, 2d, and Betsey Miller, at Pawtucket, 

by Rev. Mr. Benedict, July i, 1821 

William Scott, formerly of Providence, and 
Petronia Ximento, daughter of Don Jose 
M. Ximento, at Matanzas. American of Aug. 10, 1821 

Hosea and Anna Hall, both of and at Smith- 
field. American of Oct. 5, 1821 

Sarah Ann, daughter of late Jerathmeel, and 

Philip Potter, at Pawtucket. American of Dec. 14, 1821 

Albert C. and Minerva Kinsley, at Paw- 
tucket. .American of Jan. 25, 1822 

Lydia and Jesse 3rown,both of North Provi- 
dence, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Taft. 
American of June 14, 1822 

Hartford and Sarah Whipple, both of and at 

Cumberland, Aug. 25, 1822 

Russell and Julia Dexter, both of Cumber- 
land, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 9, 1822 

Mary E., of Warwick, and Jonathan Knowles, 

of Cranston, at Warwick. American of Oct. i, 1822 

P'reelove C, daughter of Capt. John, of 
Smithfield, and William J. Manton, of 
Johnston, at Smithfield, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. [4, 1822 

William and Ruth O. Bates, daughter of Col. 
James N., at Providence. American of Nov. 5, 1822 

Whipple, of Cumberland, and Wealthy Webb, 

of and at Seekonk. American of Jan. 24, 1823 

Samuel, Editor of Nantucket Inquirer, and 
Martha W. Coffin, daughter of Hon. Wil- 
liam, both of and at Nantucket. American 
of Feb. 4, 1823 

Lyndon, Esq., of North Providence, and 
Hannah Ann Gage, of Seekonk, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 17, 1823 

Sophia and Whipple Metcalf, both of Cum- 
berland, at Pawtucket. American of July 8, 1823 

Eveline, daughter of late William, and 
Stephen Hutchinson, both of and at Smith- 
field, by Asa Winsor, Esq., Sept. 4, 1823 

Mrs. Lydia C. and James Turner, at Paw- 
tucket. American of Jan. 9, 1824 

Jerathmeel, of Central Falls, and Phebe R. 
Spencer, daughter of Capt. Lawton, of and 
at Pawtucket. American of July 13, 1824 

Martha G., of Providence, and Joseph Shaw, 
of Portsmouth, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Brown, _ Nov. 21, 1824 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 93 

JENCKES Susan Snow, daughter of Deacon 
John C, and Lloyd Shaw, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Edes, Feb. 20, 1825 

Capt. Alvin and Alcey Briggs, both of Cen- 
tral Falls, at Cumberland. American of April 5, 1825 

George VV. C. and Lydia Smith, eldest daugh- 
ter of Jeremiah, both of and at Smithfield. 
American of May 3, 1825 

Lyam, of Ludlow, Mass., and Charlotte B. 
Sutton, daughter of Oliver, of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Aug. 2, 1825 

Caroline, daughter of John, of Smithfield, 
and William H. Cooke, at Smithfield. 
American of Sept. 9, 1825 

Edward and Fidelia E. Hawkins, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Allen, Dec. 22, 1825 

Almira F., daughter of Ebenezer, Esq., of 
Savannah, Ga., and George U. Weeks, at 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., by Rev. Mr, Read, Jan. ig, 1826 

Almira B. and Job Bennett, both of and at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Greene, May 29, 1826 

PCdwin T. and Hannah B. Jenckes, both of 

and at Providence, by liev. Mr. Gano, June 18, 1826 

Hannah R. and Edwin T. Jenckes, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Gano, June 18, 1826 

Eliza, daughter of Deacon John C.,and Joseph 
V. Snow, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Edes, Oct. 30, 1826 

Mary S , daughter of late Joseph, Esq., of 
•Providence, and Luke Drury, Esq., of 
Bristol, at North Providence, by Rev. 
Bishop Griswold, June 7, 1827 

Stephen B., of New Bedford, and Cynthia 
Whelden, of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Tobey, Aug. 5, 1827 

Sarah A. and Col. William C. Barker, both 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Phillips, Dec. 30, 1828 

Sarah Peckham and Cornelius Soule Carter, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Farley, April 6, 1829 

Angeline A., eldest daughter of Dr. Nicholas, 
and Rev, Henry Fitz, of Newton, at South- 
bridge. American of Sept. 18, 1829 

Angeline A., daughter of Dr. Jenckes, and 
Rev. Harvey Fitz, Pastor Elect of Water- 
ville Baptist Church, at Southbridge. 
American of Oct, 16, 1829 

JENKINS Lewis, formerly of this town, mer- 
chant, and Eliza M, Atwater, daughter of 
Hon. Moses, at Canandaigua, N. Y. Amer- 
ican of Feb. 23, 1 816 



94 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

JENKINS William, of this town, and Hannah 
Alsop, daughter of John, of and at Athens, 
N. Y., at the Friends' Meeting House, April 23, 1817 

Mary G., daughter of the late Jeremiah F"., 
of this town, and William McCracken, 
merchant, of New Haven, Ct, at St. 
John's Church, Canandaigua, N. Y., by 
Rev. Mr. Onderdonk, April 20, 1818 

John F., Esq., and Mary Ann Pike, of Provi- 
dence, at Lexington, Ky., March 14, 1822 

Lieut. Col. Joseph, of Boston, and Wealthy 
Ann Daggett, daughter of Hon. David, of 
and at New Haven. American of Oct. it, 1822 

William and Anne Almy, only daughter of 
William, at Friends' Meeting House, Cran- 
ston, July 17, 1823 

Giles S. and Mary Carr, daughter of Samuel 

E., of and at Exeter. American of Feb. 25, 1825 

Henry and Catharine Dodge, at New York. 

American of Sept. 22, 1829 

Elizabeth and Ezra L. Bourne, at Brewster. 
American of Nov. 6, 1829 

Mrs. Sarah and John Thwing, Esq., at Ports- 
mouth. American of Nov. 20, 1829 

Charles, of Barnstable, and Mary Bragg, eld- 
est daughter of Capt. William, at Boston, 
by Rev. Mr. Knowles. American of Dec. 28, 1830 

JENNEY Mary, of Baltimore, and Samuel Child, 
of Warren, at Baltimore, by Rev. Mr. Mc- 
Cain, Feb. 16, 18 12 

Stephen, of Boston, and Lucinda Stoddard, 
daughter of Capt. Noah, of and at Fair- 
haven. American of Dec. u, 1821 

Lovica H. and Capt. Ebenezer F. Hammond, 

of Rochester, at Fairhaven. American of Sept. 18, 1829 

Silas, of Fairhaven, and Clarissa Sherman, 
at New Bedford. American of April 12, 1831 

JENNINGS Lydia W. and Gilbert Rich, both of 

and at Providence. American of Aug. 27, 1824 

Eliza and Isaac Hall, Jr., both of and at Fall 

River, by Rev. Mr. Smith. American of April 13, 1827 

Catharine F. and Lyman Baird, at New 
York, May ;, 1831 

JENNISON Samuel, Jr., of Worcester, and 
Mary G. Ellery, of Newport, in this town, 
by Rev. Mr. Edes, Oct. 15, 1815 

William, Esq., and Mary Lynde Wheeler, 
daughter of Theophilus, Esq., at Worces- 
ter. American of ' Aug. 26, 1825 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 95 

JENNISON Celia, of Cranston, and Terrence 

Arenians, of and at Providence, April 8, 1827 

JENISON Betsey and Ezra Kelley, both of 
Cranston, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurt- 
leff, Nov. 25, 1827 

JEPHERSON Lucy, of Douglass, Mass., and 

Jonah Ross, of Cumberland, at Douglass, Dec. 5, 1822 

JEPSON Martha and Jonathan Leonard, both of 

and at Providence. American of April 20, 1821 

Eliza and Edward Field, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. ir, 1822 

JERAULD Samuel and Clorinda Knight, daugh- 
ter of John, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Cur- 
tis. American of Oct. 6, 18 12 
William, of North Providence, and Adah 

Bucklin, of and at Seekonk, Dec. 8, 1814 

Betsey and Elisha Baker, both of and at 

Warwick. American of June 22, 1821 

Daniel D. and Harriet L. Casey, at Warwick, 

by Rev. Mr. Brown, Aug. 25, 1822 

Mary N. and Amos A. Tillinghast, Cashier of 
the Pawtucket Bank, both of and at See- 
konk, by Rev. Mr. Barney, Sept. 14, 1824 

JERRAULD Henry, of Seekonk, and Louisa 
Roberts, youngest daughter of Capt. Duty, 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Picker- 
ing, June 17, 1827 
Mrs. Harriet L., of Warwick, and George W. 
Kilham, of Salem, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Seamans, Aug. 29, 1827 

JERNAGAN Rebecca and Capt. Timothy Dag- 
gett, at Edgartown. American of Oct. 23, 1829 

JERNIGAN Hiram and Nabby Worth, at Ed- 
gartown. American of Dec. 2, 1824 

JESSUP Gen. and Ann Croghan, eld- 
est daughter of Major William, near Louis- 
ville, Ky. American of June 18, 1822 
Angeline E. and J. Henry Sloane, at, New 

York. American of Sept. 25, 1829 

JEWETT Ephraim and Mrs. Nancy Whiting, 

both of and at Attleboro. American of Dec. 31, 1824 

Lucy A., of Portsmouth, and Seth W. Bar- 
ton, of Warren, R. I., at Boston, Dec. 10, 1832 

JILLSON Oliver and Sally Angell, eldest daugh- 
ter of Thomas, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 12, 1816 

Louisa, daughter of the late Col. Welcome, 
of Cumberland, and Welcome Ballou, of 
Marlboro, N. H., at Cumberland, by Smith 
Arnold, Esq., April 2, 1820 



96 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

JILLSON Waitey, daughter of Nathaniel, of 
Cumberland, and Emery Scott, of Beli- 
inghara, at Cumberland, by Smith Arnold, 
Esq., April 2, 1820 

Sally, eldest daughter of Oliver, and Ebenezer 
P. Brown, both of and at Providence. 
American of April 6, 1821 

David, of Attleboro, and Polly Sharey, of 

Seekonk, at Attleboro. American of Nov. 20, 1823 

Eunice and Lemuel Crapon, both of and at 

Cumberland. American of Feb. 3, 1824 

Anna, only daughter of late Luke, of Cum- 
berland, and William L. Aldrich, of Provi- 
dence, at Cumberland, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Jan. 29, 1827 

Mrs. Sarah, of Smithfield, and Capt. William 
Whipple, of Cumberland, at Smithfield, by 
Thomas Mann, Esq. American of June 22, 1830 

JINSON Harriet and William Niles, at Paw- 

tuxet, Nov. 12, 1820 

JOBSON Jane, only child of late John, Esq., of 
Lachase, Fifeshire, and Walter Scott, Esq., 
Lieut. iSth Hussars, eldest son of Sir 
Walter, of Abbottsford, Bart, at Edenburgh, Feb. 3, 1825 

JOHNS Mrs. and Perkin, at 

Helsten in Cornwall, Eng. By this mar- 
riage Mr. P. becomes a father and brother- 
in-law to his brother's grandfather, and 
uncle to her children, and father-in-law to 
his brother. American of Nov. 18, 18 17 

JOHNSON Charles and P"rances Stephens Cut- 
ler, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Feb. 27, 1814 

Mrs. Hannah, 84, and Ebenezer Allen, 83, at 

Rockingham, Vt. American of June 14, 1816 

John, of Providence, and Abigail G. Barker, 

of and at Gorham, Me. American of May 27, 1817 

Levi, Esq., and Mary Place, only daughter 
of Philip, both of and at East Greenwich, 
by Rev. Mr. Palmer. American of Dec. 22, i8i8 

Abby H., of Providence, and Paul Greene, of 

Pawtucket, at Providence. American of Dec 10, 1819 

Lucina W., of Killingly, Ct., and Stephen 
Keech, of Glocester, at Killingly. Amer- 
ican of Jan. 18, 1820 

Dr. Artemus and Mrs. Eliza N. Davenport, 
of and at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pitman, June 15, 1820 

Louisa and Gamaliel Smith, at Smithfield, Aug. i6, 1820 

Amey, of North Providence, and Fenner 
Angell, of Providence, at Pawtucket, by 
Rev. Mr. Benedict. American of Nov. 7, 1820 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 97 

JOHNSON Lydia and Rufus King, both of and 

at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Nov. 26, 1820 

Mary T., of Nashville, Tenn., and Joseph B. 
Knowles, formerly of Providence, at Nash- 
ville, April 12, 1 82 1 

Dr. Peleg and Harriet Hines French, daugh- 
ter of Cyrus, Esq., at South Kingstown. 
American of June 5, 1821 

Charles, of Bellefont, Penn., and Penelope 
Cooke, of Coventry, R. I., at Groton, Ct., Sept. 30, 1821 

Mary, daughter of. Capt. John, of Newport, 
and Isaac Stacars, of Providence, at New- 
port. American of Jan. 7, 1823 

Christopher, of East Greenwich, and Hannah 
W. Whitford, daughter of Silas, of Sand- 
wich, Mass., at Providence. American of April 29, 1823 

Anna Hayes, daughter of Hon. William, of 
Charleston, S. C., and Gen. Romulus M. 
Saunders, at Charleston. American of June 10, 1823 

Lindsey and Sally C. Weaver, both of and 
at Coventry. American of June 10, 1823 

Mary Saunders, daughter of Ebenezer, and 
Constant Burr Mosher, both of and at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Dec. 23, 1823 

Betsey W., of Thompson, Ct., and Amory 
Coffin, Esq., of Woodstock, at Thompson. 
American of Jan. 6, 1824 

Betsey, of Thompson, Ct. , and Aaron Corbin, 
of Woodstock, Ct., at Thompson. Amer- 
ican of Jan. 16, 1824 

Oliver, of Centreville, Warwick, and Hannah 
S. Davis, daughter of Ezra, of and at North 
Kingstown. American of Sept. 10, [824 

Sarah and Peter B. Stuart, at Newport. 
American of Nov. 30, 1824 

Stephen and Mrs. Lydia Miller, at Warren. 

American of May 10, 1825 

Ebenezer and Mrs. Elizabeth Taylor, at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, April 24, 1825 

Abby, daughter of Capt. John, of Newport, 
and James E. Budlong, at Providence. 
American of June 21, 1825 

Mrs. Lucy, of Johnstown, N Y., and Rev. 
Leonard Bacon, of New Haven, at Johns- 
town. American of Aug. 12, 1825 

Eleanor Augusta and Thomas Wilson, both 
of New York, Park Theatre, at Oyster Bay, 
N. Y. American of Sept. 2, 1825 

Mercy, aged 22, daughter of Stephen, of 
Charlestown, and William Kinson, aged 70, 



98 VITAL RECORD OP RHODE ISLAND 

JOHNSON: 

at Richmond, R. I., by Thomas Hazard, 

Esq., Sept. 26, 1825 

Emory and Elizabeth Dennis, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Sept. 28, 1825 

Emily, daughter of General Jedediah,,of Can- 
terbury, Ct., and Joshua P. Burnham, cash- 
ier of the U. S. Branch Bank of Hartford, 
at Canterbury. American of Oct. 11, 1825 

John L., of Dorchester, Mass., and Harriet 
A. Anthony, of Providence, at East Green- 
wich, by Rev. Mr. Hazelton, Aug. 31, 1826 

Willard and Betsey Ann Taylor, daughter of 
Thomas, both of and at Warwick, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, Oct. 8, 1826 

Elizabeth B. and Augustus Greene, at Scitu- 
ate, Dec. 24, 1826 

Caroline S., of Providence, and Thomas T. 
Beers, of Danbury, Ct., at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Edes, July 22, 1827 

Susan, of Worcester, and Joseph M. Gardi- 
ner, of Providence, at Worcester, Feb. 25, 1828 

Miranda, daughter of James, of Smithfield, 
and George Brown, of Coventry, at Smith- 
field, by Thomas Mann, Esq., March x6, 1828 

Margaret and John B. Taylor, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Kent, April 27, 1828 

Pel eg and Hannah Potter, at Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Edes, Nov. 10, 1828 

Joseph H., of Nashville, Tenn., and Harriet 
Richmond, daughter of late Dr. Benjamin, 
of Little Compton, at Nashville, Jan. 8, 1829 

Alden and Sarah H. Kimball, at Johnston, 

by Rev. Mr. Manchester. American of April 10, 1829 

Oliver, of Hampden, Me., and Prudence Bax- 
ter, of North Providence, at Olneyville, by 
Rev. Mr. Cheney, June 2, 1829 

Lucy and John Lakeman, at Lynn. Ameri- 
can of Oct. 2, 1829 

Hon. Henry, of Louisiana, late Governor of 
the State, and Elizabeth Key, daughter of 
late Phihp B., Esq., at Georgetown, Oct. 4, 1829 

Joseph J. and Hannah P. Tappan, at New- 

buryport. American of Nov. 6, 1829 

William M. and Nancy B. Gage, at Charles- 
town, Mass. American of July 2, 1830 

Sarah P. and Joseph A. Blake, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 10, 1830 

Josiah and Parnell B. Davis, at New Bed- 
ford, by Rev. Mr. Moyridge, April 17, 1831 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 



99 



JOHNSON Hannah Lyon and Oliver Wickes, 

Jr., both of East Greenwich, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Kilbourne, March 4, 1832 

JONES William and Catharine Jarman, both of 

this town, by Rev. Dr Gano, Feb. 11, 1810 

Eliza R., second daughter of Alexander, and 

Joshua B. Wood, in this town, by Rev. Dr. 

Crocker, Oct. 4, 18 10 

Benjamin D. and Mary H. Young, second 

daughter of Thomas, at Enfield, Ct., by 

Rev. Mr. Pruden, Oct. 24, 1810 

John P., 2d, and Maria Peck, second daugh- 
ter of Capt. Joseph, married by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, Oct. 28, 1 8 10 

William Owen and Harriet Hill, both of this 

town, at Bristol, Nov. 18, 1810 

Abel and Julia Maria Bourne, daughter of 

Hon. Benjamin, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. 

Wight, June 10, 181 1 

Esther D., youngest daughter of Thomas, 

and George S. Rathbone, merchant, in this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. S, 1811 

Sarah P. and Rhodes G. Allen, by Rev. 

Henry Edes, Sept. 8, 181 1 

Harriet F., daughter of Alexander, and John 

B. Chace, merchant, at St. John's Church, 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Nov. 3, 181 1 

Harriet Dunn, daughter of His Excellency, 

the Governor, William Jones, and Thomas 

Cole Hoppin, merchant, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, Nov. 12, 181 1 
Louisa and Isaac Bemis, Esq., Attorney at 

Law, both of Walthara, Mass., in this town, March 6, 1812 
Hannah and George Read, both of and at 

Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Hill, July 26, 1812 

Ann M. and Joseph Tillinghast, in this town, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson. American of Aug. 14, 1812 

Mary M , third daughter of Alexander, Esq., 

and Cyrus Alden, Esq., Attorney at Law, 

of Wrentham, Mass., in this town, at St. 

John's Church, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, May 24, 18 13 

Sarah Dunn and John Anthony Thomas, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, Nov. 6, 181 5 

Wiswall, Esq., of Charleston, S. C, and Mar- r 

tha W. Price, late of Boston, at Savannah .,_ 

La Mar, Jamaica. American of Aug. i, 18 17 

Samuel Burroughs and Susan C. Cash, both 

of Providence, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. 

Tatem, Sept. 20, 18 17 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



JONES Adeline Mary, of Savannah, Ga., and 
Edward Rogers Young, of Providence, at 
Savannah. American of 

Mrs. Mary Hampton Young and Dr. John 
Mackie, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, 

Catharine, daughter of the late Dr. Thomas, 
and Governor DeWitt Clinton, governor of 
New York, at said place. American of 

Capt. Jacob, U. S. Navy, and Ruth Lusby, 
at Colchester, Md. American of 

Thomas, merchant, of Louisville, Ky., and 
Jeanette Keith, of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Alexander, Jr., of Providence, and Ann 
Northey C-hurchill, daughter of Capt. Ben- 
jamin K., of and at Bristol, at St. Michael's 
Church, by Rev. Bishop Griswold, 

Mrs. Catharine, of Providence, and Reuben 
Peirce, of North Providence, at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Angeline, of Rehoboth, and Samuel Norris 
Brown, of Providence, at Rehoboth, by 
Rev. Mr. Luther, 

Ruth and Samuel Mason, Jr., both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Phebe and Elisha Padelford, both of and at 
Providence, 

Mary H., youngest daughter of late Elder 
John P., and Henry Thurber, both of and 
at Providence. American of 

Caroline Flagg, daughter of Alexander, Esq., 
of Providence, and Rev. Samuel Brenton 
Shaw, of North Kingstown, at Providence, 
at St. John's Church, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 

Luther, of Leominster, and Charlotte Aid- 
rich, of and at Northbridge, Mass., 

Clarrissa and Alvah Chace, both of and at 
Dighton. American of 

Mary and John Newman, both of and at 
• Providence. American of 

Thomas A. Cotesby, Esq., Master Com- 
mandant U. S. Navy, and Mary W. Carter, 
second daughter of late Charles, Esq., of 
Richmond Co., in Virginia. American of 

Martha Ellery, daughter of Hon. John C, 
and Isaac U. Coles, of New York, at Bos- 
ton. American of 

Capt. Jeremiah, of Dighton, Mass., and 
Sarah Brown, of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Mudge, 



Oct. 30, 18x8 

Nov. 29, 1 81 8 

April 27, 1819 
Sept. 21, 1819 

Sept. 21, 1819 

Nov. 3, 1819 

Jan. 6, 1820 

March 19, 1820 

Sept. 24, 1820 

Oct. 24, 1 82 1 

May 7, 1822 

Aug. I, 1822 

Aug. 28, 1822 

Jan. 14, 1823 

March 18, 1823 

July II, 1823 
Sept. 23, 1823 
Nov. 10, 1823 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAM -MARRIAGES IQl 

JONES Miss , daughter of Dr.- 



of Savannah, Ga., and Hon. Alfred Cuth- 

bert, at Philadelphia. American of Nov. 14, 1823 

Emanuel, of Charleston, S. C, and Lucmda 

Nichols, daughter of Jonathan, of Provi- 
dence, at said Charleston. American of April 30, 1824 
Nancy, of Medway, and Charles Hill, of 

Sherbourne, Mass., at Medway, by Rev. 

Mr. Bailey, July n, 1824 

William, of Charleston, S. C, and Mary Ann 

Warren, daughter of Samuel, of and at 

Bristol, Sept. 12, 1824 

Nabby, daughter of Capt. S , and 

Thomas Munyan, of Providence, at Med- 
way, Mass. American of Dec. 21, 1824 
Emma Matilda and Joseph M. Sanderson, of 

Merchants' Coffee House, at Philadelphia. 

American of Aug. 16, 1825 

Mrs. Esther, of Foster, and Rev. John Adams, 

of Killingly, at Foster, Sept. 4, 1825 

Leroy, of Swanzey, and Caroline Littlefield, 

of and at Bristol. American of May 2, 1826 

Martha Dorrance and Thomas Doyle, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, May 4, 1826 

Mary W. F., daughter of Nehemiah, Esq., 

and John Wilder, Jr., of Charlton, Mass., 

at Raynham, by Rev. E Sand- 
ford, May 23, 1826 
Sarah F„ of Providence, and Joseph Edwards, 

of Falmouth, Mass., at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Pickering, Oct. 12, 1826 

Mary and Samuel Crapon, both of and at 

East Greenwich, by Rev. Mr. Hazelton, Dec. 7, 1826 

Mary and John Greene, both of and at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, April 11, 1827 
Sally and William B. Whitemarsh, both of 

and at Dighton, May 23, 1827 

Ann and John Douglass, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Pickering, Aug. 23, 1827 

Frances N., daughter of Alexander, Esq., of 

Providence, and Theodore P. Bogart, of 

New York, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Crocker, April 15, 1828 

Elizabeth, daughter of late Gersham, Esq., 

and Abraham Baker, Esq., of Glocester, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Farley. Ameri- 
can of May 8, 1829 
Jane Sherwood, daughter of Alexander, Esq., 

and Dr. William W. Volk, of Charleston, 

S. C, at Bellevue, Providence, July 16, 1829 



102 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



JONES Charles and Mary Elizabeth Honay, 
only daughter of William, Esq., at New 
York. American of 

Ann M. S., daughter of Oliver, of Boston, 
and Robert W. Holt, late of Liverpool, 
Eng., at Boston. American of 

Roxana and Daniel White, at Charlestown, 
Mass. American of 

Ellen M., daughter of Alexander, of Provi- 
dence, and Charles Henry Dabney, at 
Brooklyn, Ct., 

Naham, formerly of Warwick, Mass., and 
Mary March, formerly of Biddeford, Me., 
,at Boston, by Rev. Mr. Jenckes, 

Harriet A., of Canton, and George L. Parker, 
of and at Medfield, by Rev. Mr. Kendall. 
American of 

Luther and Thankful Ross, both of Smith- 
field, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Washburn, 

Henry H., of Boston, and Caroline E. Moore, 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Mary Ann, of Smithfield, and Thomas Fuller, 
2d, of Attleboro, at Pawtucket, by Rev. 
Mr. Washburn, 
JORDAN Seaman and Elizabeth Brown, 

Mary, daughter of Edmund, of Coventry, 
and Benjamin Tabor, of Sterling, Ct. 
American of 

Phebe, daughter of Seaman, and James 
Jacquaws, Jr., both of and at ' Coventry. 
American of 

Cynthia and Stephen L. Knight, both of and 
at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Taitem. Ameri- 
can of 

Master Martin, aged 15 years, 6 months, 9 
days, and Miss Polly Lashley, aged 30 
years', 3 months and 18 days, at Mendon, 
N. Y. American of 

Allen, Esq., of Hudson, N. Y., and Catharine 
Taylor Day ion, daughter of Capt. Bene- 
dict, of and at Newport, by Rev. Dr. Pat- 
ten. American of 

William and Lucy Dodge, at Boston, 

Alfred and Sarah Ann Pitcher, both o^ and 
at Smithfield, by George L. Barnes, Esq., 
JOSEPHINE the' Princess - — of Lauchten- 
berg and Eickstadt, granddaughter of the 
Bavarian King, and Prince Oscar, son of 
the King of Sweden (Bernadotte). Amer- 
ican of 



Sept. 25, 1829 

Oct. 13, 1829 
Oct. 20, 1829 

April 27, 1830 

Feb. 27, 1 83 1 

May 10, 1 83 1 

May 29, 1 831 

March 8, 1832 



May 27, 1832 
Feb. 27, 1814 



March 4, 1814 
March 4, 1814 
Dec. 14, 1819 

June 8, 1827 



Nov. 2, 1827 
Aug. 13, 1829 

Aug. 21, 1831 



May 2, 1823 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 103 

JOSLIN Joseph and Adelaide Cablec, daughter 
of the late Martin, at Newport. American 
of Nov. 12, 1819 

Lamed and Mrs. Nancy Vorce, at Cumber- 
land. American of Dec. 14, 182 1 
Alfred and Nancy F. Blake, both of and 'at 

Cumberland. American of Feb. 5, 1822 

Samuel B., of Providence, and Polly Clarke, 

of and at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Culler, Dec. 19, 1826 
Mary Ann, daughter of Willard, and Jesse B. 
Sweet, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Picker- 
ing, April 26, 1827 
William and Cynthia Greenwood, at Hub- 

bardston. American of Aug. 6, 1830 

JOSSE^LYN Lewis and Amelia Ellis, at Boston. 

American of June 11, 1830 

JOUVETT Thomas and Catharine Durfee, 
daughter of Benjamin, both of and at 
Newport, by Rev. Mr. Gammell, Jan. 25, 1826 

JAY Mary R., daughter of Peter Augustus Jay, 
Esq., and Frederick Prime, at New York, 
by Rev. William Richmond, April 30, 1829 

JOY and Swain, at Nan- 
tucket. American of July 24, 1829 
Susan and David Bass, at Boston. American 
of March 16, 1830 

JUDKINS Benjamin, 85, soldier of the Revolu- 
tion, and Mrs. Mehitable Prescott, 76, for- 
merly of Deerfield, N. H., at Vienna, Me. 
American of Dec. 25, 1832 

JUDSON Elnathan, M. D., Surgeon U. S. Navy, 
and Helen Young, daughter of late David, 
Esq., at Washington. American of June 4, 1824 

JUSTIN Mary Ann and William Bacon, both of 

and at Providence. American of Jan. 13, 1824 

Mary Ann and Horace Learned, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, Dec. 5, 1824 



K 



KAIGHN Charles and Susan F. Burdick, daugh- 
ter of late Lawton, at Newport. Ameri- 
can of Sept. 30, 1823 

KALEW John, of Jamaica, and Mary B. Marble, 
daughter of Benjamin, at Newport, by Rev. 
Mr. Eddy, July 23. 1828 



104 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

KANE Mary, daughter of Elias, of Albany, N. 
Y., and William C. Gibbs, Governor of this 
State, at Albany, June 2, 1822 

Georgianna Maria, daughter of late John, 
Esq., and Thomas Charles Winthrop, Esq., 
at New York. American of Oct. 3, 1823 

KARAIMOKU [Mr. Pitt], Regent of the Sand- 
Hg^jaMt. wich Isles, and Akani, an interesting chief, 
"^ V at the missionary chapel, Oahu, June 28, 1825 

KARHAMANHA, Dowager of Tamahamaha, 
" "'"" late King of the Sandwich Islands, and 

Tamaree Sen, King of Atvol, at Woahoo, 

° S. I. American of May 14, 1822 

KAULL John A. and Content Wilson, both of 

and at Newport. American of June 4, 1816 

Charlotte, daughter of John, and George Cox, 

Jr., at Newport. American of Sept. 9, 1823 

Frances, of Newport, and David Pettis, of 
Nantucket, at Providence, by Rev. J. N. 
Brown, Aug. 20, 1826 

KAUL Anstress J., of Newport, and George 
Sherman, of and at Providence, bv Rev. 
Mr. Pickering, ' Oct. 23, 1828 

KEATING John, Jr., Esq., and Elizabeth B. 
Hopkinson, daughter of Joseph, Esq., of 
Philadelphia, at Bordentown, N. J., by 
Rt. Rev. Bishop White. American of ' May 25, 1824 

KEECH Rhoda, of Providence, and Rev. David 
Curtis, of Warwick, in this town, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano. American of July 10, 1810 

Stephen, of Glocester, and Lucina W. John- 
son, of and at Killingly. American of Jan. 18, 1820 
Eddy, of Glocester, and Celia Smith, of and 

at Burrillville. American of June 18, 1822 

Joanna, of Seekonk, and Thomas S. Shaw, of 
Attleboro, at .Seekonk, by Thomas Kinni- 
cutt, Esq., Nov. 3, 1822 

Mary, of Smithfield, and Samuel Wind, of 

Maine, at Smithfield. American of July 30, 1824 

Olney, of Providence, and Joanna Manton 
Benchley, of North Providence, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, Sept, 9, 1824 
Miranda, of Glocester, and James H. Bugbee, 
of Providence, at Glocester, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering, June 28, 1825 
KEACH Abigail C. and Amos Cheever, at Val- 
ley Falls, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, April 9 1826 
KEELEY G. W. and Mrs. Jane Bailey, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Alden, Aug. 13, 1829 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



105 



KEENE Mrs. Miriam, of this town, and Philip 
Weaver, of Coventry, at this town, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, 

Mary Ann and Jonathan Wilmarth, Jr., both 
of Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

William P., formerly of Providence, and 
Hannah F. Randolph, of Jersey City, at 
New York. American of 

Asa and Sarah Irons, both of Pawtucket, at 
Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, 

Josiah and Ann W. Wilkinson, daughter of 
William, Esq., at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Edes, 
KEENEY Esek and Rebecca S. Norton, at New 

Bedford. American of 
KEEP Martha, only daughter of Stephen, of 
Longmeadow, Mass., and James Snow, Jr., 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Oathman, 

William J., of Longmeadow, Mass., and Maria 
Tibbetts, of and at Warwick. American of 

Dr. N. C. and S. P. Haskell, at Boston. 
American of 

Samuel, of Boston, and Julia Lenox, at Wash- 
ington, D. C. American of 
KEEPS Edward S. and Amanda Maria Anthony, 
daughter of David, at Fall River, by Rev. 
Mr. Fowler, 
KEER William and Tirzah Bessy, both of and 
at Pawtucket, by the Rev. Mr. Benedict. 
American of 
KEIGHTLEY Isabella, third daughter of Archi- 
bald, Esq., of Liverpool, and Hugh Charles 
Smith, Esq., of Alexandria, Va., at Liver- 
pool, Eng. American of 
KEITH Jeanette, of Providence, and Thomas 
Jones, of Louisville, Ky., merchant, at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Cyrus R., of Charleston, S. C, and Merebah 
Russell, eldest daughter of Seth, of and at 
New Bedford. American of 

Joseph D. and Lucy Bundy, at Thompson, 
Ct. American of 

Capt. Scott and Abigail Robertson, at East 
Bridgewater, Mass. American of 

Dorcas and Samuel Taft, Jr., of Uxbridge, at 
Ward, Mass. American of 

William and Roanna Dickerman, of Bridge- 
water, at Middleboro. American of 

Abigail, of Middleboro, and Milton Wash- 
burn, at Freetown. American of 



March 29, 18 12 
Dec. 18, 1814 

Feb. 25, 1820 
Jan. I, 1826 

May 25, 1830 
July IS, 1830 

Jan. 14, 1821 
March i, 1822 
April 20, 1830 
Aug. 17, 1830 

May 22, 1832 

May 7, 1819 

Sept. 10, 1830 

Sept. 21, 1819 

Sept. 17, 1822 

Feb. 6, 1824 

April 9, 1824 

Jan. 4, 1825 

March 4, 1825 

May 3, 1825 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAM D 



KEITH Louisa, of Grafton, and Daniel Kimball, 

of Charleston, S. C, merchant, at Grafton. 

American of Oct. 7, 1825 

Ruth W. and William M. Ryan, both of and 

at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Greene, Feb. 12, 1826 

Daniel, 3d, and Jemima Wilbur, of Bridge- 
water, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Colby, April 6, 1826 
KEATH Sarah Ann W. and Leander H. Baggs, 

both of and at Pawtucket. American of June 11 and 20, 1826 
KEITH Capt. Seth, of Middleboro, and Mrs. 

Wealthy Barney, of Taunton, at Middle- 
boro. American of Feb. 9, 1827 
Caroline Eliza, daughter of Sylvanus, of 

Charleston, S. C, and George W. Coy, of 

Providence, at Bridgewater, Mass., Nov. 9, 1828 

Betsey, of Troy, Mass., and John H. Arnold, 

of Taunton, at Swanzey, by Mason Barney, 

Esq., June 6, 1829 

Betsey, of Fall River, and John Arnold, of 

Taunton, at Swanzey. American of June 23, 1829 

Larana and John P. Burt, of Taunton, at 

Bridgewater. American of Sept. 18, 1829 

Alonzo H. and Emily Walker, at Hopkin- 

ton. American of April i, 1831 

Calvin and Sarah Kimball, at Easton, Mass., April 28, 1831 
KELLER Maria Susan and Frederick Dix, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 11, 1824 

KELLEY Capt. Wilbur, of this town, and Abby 

Eliza Whipple, only daughter of the late 

Christopher, of and at North Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Edes, Sept. 24, 1810 

Harriet, of Warren, and Perez Richmond, of 

Barrington, at Warren. American of Dec. 8, 181 8 

Lawton and Susan Turner, both of and at 

Warren. American of Sept. 17, 1819 

Catharine and Alanson Pitcher, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, Nov. 23, 1820 
John and Louisa Martin, both of and at Bar- 
rington. American of June i, 1821 
Sarah, of Barrington, and Capt. Samuel J. 

Mathewson, of Warren, at Barrington. 

American of June i, 1821 

Asa, of Burrillville, and Paulina Read, only 

daughter of Simeon, Jr., Esq., of Johnston, 

at Cranston. American of Aug. 20, 1822 

Harriet, of Oakham, Mass., and Warren 

Batchellor, at Oakham. American of April 18, 1823 

Capt. Ebenezer and Sophia P. Balch, only 

daughter of John R., of and at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Edes, Sept. 8, 1823 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



107 



KELLY Mary, of Valley Falls, and Otis M. In- 
man, of Pawtucket, at Valley Falls. 
American of 
KELLEY Abigail E. and Levi Eldredge, at 
Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 

Mary, of Warren, and Joshua Orne Ellis, of 
Cumberland, at Warren, by Rev. Mr. 
Welsh, 

Edwin C. and Maria Thomas, both of and at 
Lyman's Factory, North Providence, by 
Rev, Dr. Benedict. American of 

Shubael and Relief Harris, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Ezra and Betsey Jenison, both of Cranston, 
at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, 

Thankful B. and Jeremiah W. Anthony, at 
Dighton, by Israel Anthony, Esq., 

Mrs. Patience and Peleg Butts, both of and 
at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, 
KELLY Jason and Marinda Dearborn, at Pem- 
broke, Mass. American of 
KELLEY Rev. Samuel, of Concord, and Eme- 
line Robinson, at Portsmouth. American 
of 
KELTON Eliza and David Whipple, both of this 
town, married by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Amey, daughter of Harris, of Johnston, and 
David Atwood, of Scituate, at Johnston. 
American of 

Cynthia and James Carpenter, both of Attle- 
boro, at Pawtucket. American of 

M. B., of Boston, and Joseph Partridge, of 
Providence, late of England, at Boston, by 
Rev. Mr. Eaton. American of 

Rev. Amos O., of Taunton, and Alice Chace, 
of Swansey, at Wellington. American of 
KEMPTON Martin and Olive Hoxie, eldest 
daughter of Christopher, Esq., at Smith- 
field, by Henry S. Mansfield, Esq., 
KENDALL Abijah, of Medford, and Waitey A. 
Grant, of and at Uxbridge, by Rev. Mr. 
Judson. American of 

Oliver and Betsey Tallman, youngest daugh- 
ter of Col. Benjamin. American of 

Nathaniel and Mary M. Annis, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Amer- 
ican of 

Timothy C, of Boston, and Sarah Fenner, 
daughter of Capt. Arthur, of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 



Feb. 20, 1824 
Feb. 12, 1826 

Nov. I, 1826 

Nov. 24, 1826 
Dec. 4, 1826 

Nov. 25, 1827 

Feb. 10, 1828 
July 7, 1828 

May 28, 1830 

Aug. 17, 1830 
Dec. 26, 1 808 

March 23, 182 1 
Jan. 18, 1822 

June 25, 1822 
Dec. 26, 1823 

March 15, 1823 

Dec. 16, 1808 
Oct. 30, 1810 

Jan. 2, 1816 

April 20, 1823 



108 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

KENDALL Nathan, of Brooklyn, Ct.and Chloe 
Preston, of and at Hampton, Ct. Ameri- 
can of Nov. 28, 1823 

Mrs. Cynthia and Ichabod Wing, Esq., of 
Winthrop, Me., at Mendon, Mass. Amer- 
ican of June IS, 1824 

Duane and Rebecca D. Bassett, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, May 15, 1825 

Betsey, daughter of Cheevef, Esq., of Maine, 
and Caleb Peck, at Cumberland, by Rev. 
Mr. Lombard, Nov. 26, 1826 

Clarke and Rebecca W. Branch, both of 
Providence, at Olneyville, by Rev. Mr. 
Kent, Nov. 25, 1827 

Henry L., of Providence, and Mary Andrews, 
of Dighton, Mass., at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Farley, June 26, 1832 

KENDRICK Willard, of Waterloo, N. Y., and 
Philadelphia Aldrich, daughter of Moses, 
of and at Smithfield, by Henry S. Mans- 
field, Esq. American of Sept. 21, 182 1 

William, of Newton, and Mrs. Harriet C. 
Jackson, at Mendon, Mass., by Rev. Mr. 
Daggett. American of May 21, 1824 

Elizabeth, of Liverpool, Eng., and Frances 
C. Nicklye, formerly of Newport, at Liver- 
pool. American of July 31, 1827 
KENNARD Samuel T., of Easton, Md., and 
Amelia H. Shephard, daughter of Silas, at 
Taunton, by Rev. Mr. Maltby, March 20, 1826 
KENNEDY Lemuel, of Pawtucket, and Lydia 
Weaver, of Rehoboth, at Rehoboth, by 
Rev. Mr. Hill, Dec. 8, 1808 

Samuel, of this town, and Elizabeth Pinck- 
ney, eldest daughter of Jacob, of and at 
Pinckney's farm in Johnston, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, May 3, 1813 

KENNICUTT Martha T., third daughter of 
Josiah, and Nathaniel Brown, both of and 
Barrington. American of April 16, 1821 

KENNY Jonathan, Jr., and Eliza Barrows, at 

Rochester (Mattapoisett). American of Sept. 17, 1830 

KENT Rev. Asa and Mrs. Susannah Earle, at 

Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Winch. American of May 10, 1814 

His Royal Highness, the Duke of, fourth son 
of the British King, and Maria Louise Vic- 
toria, Princess of Saxe Coburg and widow 
of the Prince of L'inaugen. American of Aug. 7, 1818 

Ira and Susan Ann Droune, daughter of 
Daniel, Esq., both of and at Barrington, 
by Rev. Mr. Wright. American of Oct. 23, 1818 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



109 



KENT Joseph and Mrs. Sabra Luther, at Warren. 

American of 
Harriet, daughter of the late Nathaniel, Esq., 

of Tullum, in County of Middlesex, Eng., 

and Alexander T. Sampayo, youngest 

brother of the Baron Teixeira, of Lisbon, 

in England. American of 
Capt. Ezra and Lydia Patt, both of and at 

Cumberland. American of 
Sally, daughter of George, and Samuel Fiske, 

both of Johnston, at Cranston. American 

of 
Willington, of Seekonk, and Lydia Robinson, 

of and at Rehoboth. American of 
Joseph D. and Hannah H. Baxter, both of 

Cumberland, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 

Benedict. American of 
Cynthia and Dr. Joseph Hatch, both of and 

at Attleboro. American of 
David D. and Alpha Cooke, both of and at 

Cumberland. American of 
Lydia, of Warren, and Peter D. Greene, of 

Providence, at Warren, 
John A. and Lydia S. Thornton, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, 
Mary Jane, daughter of Hon. William A., 

and Rev. Moses G. Thomas, at Concord, 

N. H. American of 
Rebecca Barton and George Easterbrooks, at 

Warren, by Rev. Mr. Welch. American 

of 
KENYON Whitman and Abigail Lillibridge, 

daughter of Amos, Esq., at Richmond. 

American of 
Capt. Elijah and Mary E. Nichols, daughter 

of John T., Esq., of and at South Kings- 
town. American of 
Dr. S. H. and Mrs. Mary Hetherington, both 

of and at Providence. American of 
Charles B., of Hopkinton.and Sally Crandall, 

daughter of Robert, of and at Exeter. 

American of 
John T. and Sarah S. Wilbur, both of and at 

Hopkinton,at the Friends' Meeting House. 

American of 
Clarissa, daughter of Greene, of South Kmgs- 

town, and James H. Mumford, of Kmgs- 

ton, R. I., at Milltown, Ct., 
KERBY Mary and Samuel D. Baxter, of Graf- 
ton, at Worcester. American of 



Dec. 8, 1818 

March 28, 1820 
June 2r, 1822 

Aug. 20, 1822 
May 20, 1823 

Aug. I, 1823 
Dec. 26, 1823 
June 22, 1824 
Sept. 28, 1828 
March i, 1829 

July 23, 1830 

Dec. 21, 1830 

Jan. 30, 1 82 1 

Sept. 28, 1 82 1 
Feb. 4, 1823 

April 2, 1824 

May 18, 1823 

Sept. 25, 1829 
March 17, 1829 



110 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

KERR James and Abby Garzea, at Pawtucket. 

American of Sept, 25, 1821 

KETCHUM Harriet, of New York, and Simeon 
Davis, Esq., at Thompson, Ct. American 
of June 18, 1822 

KEY Anna, daughter of Francis S., Esq., of 
Georgetown, and Hon. Daniel Turner, M. 
C. from N. C., at Washington, by Rev. Mr. 
James, Feb. 25, 1829 

Elizabeth, daughter of late Philip B., Esq., 
and Hon. Henry Johnson, of Louisiana, 
late Governor of the State, at Georgetown, Oct. 4, 1829 

KEYES Nathaniel, of Shrewsbury, Vt., and 
Martha Ballou, of Richmond, N. H., at 
Smithfield. American of July 23, 1822 

KIDDER Zephaniah, of Pawtuxet, and Mary 
Sternes, of and at Walpole, Mass. Amer- 
ican of Aug. s, 1823 

KILHAM George W., of Salem, and Mrs. Har- 
riet L. Jerrauld, of Warwick, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Seamans, Aug. 29, 1827 

KILTON John J. and Jane M. Murray, both of 

and at Coventry, by Rev. Mr. Dana, Dec. 2, 1827 

KIMBALL Sally, daughter of Major Amherst, 
and Asahel Steere, Esq., both of and at 
Glocester. American of Nov. i, 1814 

Rebecca and Charles James King, at Salem, 

Mass. American of Nov. 7. 1815 

Clarissa, daughter of Major Amherst, and 
Capt. Amasa Steere, both of and at Gloces- 
ter, Nov. 24, 1 8 16 

Ruth, daughter of A , Esq., and Syl- 

vanus Bradford, both of and at Glocester, Jan. 3, 181 8 

Sena, of Mendon, and Arnold Sayles, of 

Cumberland, at Mendon, Mass., May 7, 1820 

Amherst, Jr., and Ruth Clarke Steere, daugh- 
ter of the late Capt. Wanton, both of and 
at Glocester. American of Oct. 20, 1820 

Ruth B., youngest daughter of Amherst, 
Esq., and Scott C. Henshaw, at Chepachet. 
American of Feb. 26, 1822 

Mrs. Elizabeth and Charles Willoughby, at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering. Amer- 
ican of Aug. 5, 1823 
Daniel, merchant, of Charleston, S. C, and 
Louisa Keith, of and at Grafton. Amer- 
ican of Oct. 7, 1825 
Elijah H., Esq., of Waterford, N. Y., and 
Elizabeth C. Hinsdale, daughter of John, 
of and at Middletown, by Rev. John R. . 
Crane, Sept. 3, 1827 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



111 



KIMBALL Benjamin, of Andover, and Sarah 
D. Hunt, at Lowell. American of 

Sarah H. and Alden Johnson, at Johnston, 
by Rev. Mr. Manchester. American of 
KIMN ALL Charles, Esq., and Mary Ann Cutein, 

at Ipswich. American of 
KIMBALL Sarah, of Ipswich, and John Lopez, 
at Boston. American of 

Isaac and Mary H. Adams, at Boston. Amer- 
ican of 

William, of Lynn, and Augusta Stetson, at 
Salem. American of 

Mrs. Rhoda, 75, and Major David Wells, 84, 
Revolution veteran, at Haverhill. Amer- 
ican of 

Sarah and Calvin Keith, at Easton, Mass., 
KING Henry and Betsey Stone, by William 
Warner, Esq., both of and at Cranston, 

Nancy and Prince Earle, at Willink, N. Y. 
American of 

Allen and Polly Cady, at Glocester, by Rev. 
Mr. Spooner. American of 

James Charles, Esq., and Rebecca Kimball, 
at Salem, Mass. American of 

Edward, Esq., son of Hon. Rufus, of New 
York and Sarah Ann Worthington, daugh- 
ter of Governor of Ohio, at Chillicothe, O., 

Abby A. T., daughter of Joseph, and Rev. 
Henry Tatem, Pastor of the Seeond Bap- 
tist Church, both of and at Cranston. 
American of 

Harriet and Capt. Henry Whipple, at Salem. 
American of 

Carey, daughter of the late Miles, Esq., of 
Norfolk, Va., and Capt. Lewis Warrington, 
U. S. Navy, at Norfolk, 

Deacon Reuben and Mary Garfield, both of 
Attleboro, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Perry, 

Candace Allen, daughter of Joseph, Esq., and 
Alfred Briggs, both of and at Cranston, by 
Rev. Mr. Tatem, 

Capt. Richard, of Boston, and Ann Mary 
Turpin, of Providence, at Boston. Amer- 
ican of , o 1 TVT 

Harriet J., daughter of John, and Samuel JN 
Bishop, formerly of Providence, both of 
and at Charleston, S. C. American of 

Eliza, daughter of the late Col. Miles King, 
of Norfolk, Va., and Capt. William M. 
Crane, U. S. Navy, at Norfolk. American 
of 



Jan. Q, 1829 

April 10, 1829 

Nov. 26, 1829 

May 14, 1830 

June 4, 1830 

June IS, 1830 

July 27, 1830 
April 28, 183 1 

March 31, 1814 

Feb. 10, 181 S 

Feb. 17, 1815 

Nov. 17, 181S 

May 15, 1816 

Aug. 30, 1816 
Oct. 8, 1 8 16 

March 13, 1817 
April 10, 1817 

Jan. 4, 1818 

July 31. 1818 

Jan. 25, 1820 

March 3, 1820 



112 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

KING Samuel Bass, of Boston, and Sarah Leon- 
'ard Crocker, daughter of Hon. Samuel, at 
Taunton, by Rev. Mr. Pipon, Oct. 24, 1820 

Delia, daughter of Capt. Barzillai, and Ruel 
Washburn, Esq., of Livermore, Me., at 
Raynham, by Rev. Stephen Hull. Amer- 
ican of Oct. 27, 1820 

Rufus and Lydia Johnston, both of and at 
Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Nov. 26, 1820 

Elisha A. and Mary Ann C. Short, both of 
and at Rehoboth. American of July 10, 1821 

Hannah, daughter of Capt. Turner, of Taun- 
ton, and Cyrus Nelson, of Middleboro, at 
Taunton. American of Dec. 14, 1821 

Harriet and Lyman Barney, both of and at 
Cranston. American of April 18, 1823 

Philip - and Susan Simmons, at Tiverton. 

American of Oct. 17, 1823 

Phebe and George Williams, Jr., both of and 
at Taunton. American of Nov. 20, 1823 

Joseph C. and Hannah F. Olney, daughter of 

William, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, April 4, 1825 

Mary, daughter of Joseph, and Jesse Howard, 
P'sq., both of and at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. 
Tatem, April 11, 1825 

Sarah, daughter of Rufus, and Lieut. Robert 
Knight, both of Scituate, at Plainfield, Ct. 
American of April 19, 1825 

Capt. Dauphin and Harriet A. Raymond, 

daughter of E , Esq., at Norton, 

by Rev. Mr. Clarke, Oct. 2, 1825 

Rev. Alonzo, of North Yarmouth, and Try- 
phenia Cheney, daughter of Col. William, 
at Newport. American of July 27, 1827 

.Betsey and Albert G. Tourtellotte, at Paw- 
tucket. American of April 22, 1828 

Horace and Cynthia P. Stone, both of Scitu- 
ate, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 26, 1 828 

Harriet, daughter of Samuel, Esq., of East 
Greenwich, and Henry Tibbetts, of Provi- 
dence, merchant, at East Greenwich, by 
Rev. Mr. Wood, Dec. 11, 1828 

Christopher and Mary Hopkins, both of and 
at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, March 15, 1829 

Obadiah and Eliza Baker, both of and at 
Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Manchester, May 31, 1829 

Rev. Jonas and Anna Aspacia Mengus, of 
Smyrna, at Island of Tenas, Greece, by 
Rev. Rufus Anderson, July 22, 1829 



RHODE. ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES H^ 

KING S. H. and Sarah Edwards, at Boston. 

American of July 23, 1830 

Hannah and Capt. George Crocker, of. Sand- 
wich, at Raynham. American of Aug. 27, 1830 
William J., of Providence, and Lydia C. Gil- 
bert, daughter of Solomon, Esq., of and at 
Lebanon, Ct, ' Oct. 17, 1832 
Mrs. Louisa and Rufus Claggett, Esq., both 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Jan. 28, 1833 
KINGMAN Celia, daughter of Abner, of Provi- 
dence, and Ebenezer Parker, of Boston, at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Williams, Sept. 3, 1822 
Cynthia and Roswell Wilcox' Waldron, both 

of Middleboro, at Bristol, American of April 27, 1824 

Lydia Clarke, daughter of Abner, of Provi- 
dence, and Rev. Handell G. Nott, of Dun- 
stable, N. H., at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Crocker, July 11, 1827 

Eliab, Esq., late of Providence, and Cordelia 
Ball Ewell, eldest daughter of Dr. James, 
of and at Washington, D. C, by Rev. Dr. 
McCormack, Dec. 9, 1828 

Abigail and John E. Law, at Hingham. 

American of March 11, 1831 

KINGSBURY Rev. Cyrus, Missionary to the 
Choctaw Agency, and Sarah B. Varnum, 
recently of Dracut, Mass., at New Orleans. 
American of Feb. 2, 1819 

Lawson, Esq., Attorney at Law, and Sophia 
Whipple, both of and at Framingham, 
Mass. American of May 10, 1822 

Esther, of Worcester, and Jacob Chamber- 
lain, at Millbury, Mass. American of Feb. 17, 1824 
Lieut. Julius B., U. S. Army, and Jane C. 

Stebbins, at Sault de St. Marie, June 19, 1825 

Rev. S , Pastor of Congregational 

Church, Andover, and Mary Babcock, 

youngest daughter of Rev. J , the 

former pastor, at Andover, N. H, Amer- 
ican of Jan. I, 1830 
KINGSLEY Simeon, of this town, and Ann 
Greene, daughter of Job, Esq., of and at 
Smithfield, Aug. 31, 1813 
Erastus T., of Boston, and Berthaney C. 

Trott, of and at Swanzey. American of Feb. 22, 1822 

Julia Ann and Martin Kingsley, both of and 

at Swanzey, by Rev. Mr. Taylor, July 23, 1826 

Martin and Julia Ann Kingsley, both of and 
at Swanzey, by Rev. Mr. Taylor, July 23, 1826 



114. VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

KINGSLEY Shepherd C. and Elizabeth P. Eddy, 
daughter of Benjamin, 2d, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 7, 1828 

Averill and Abigail Wheaton, both of and at 
Providence, bv Rev. Mr. Waterman, Nov. 29, 1832 

KINLOCK Miss , daughter of Cole- 
land, Esq., and Henry A. Middleton, Esq., 
at Georgetown, S. C. American of Feb. 16, 1819 

KINNICUTT Harriet Byron, daughter of Josiah, 
H-sq., and Col. Allen Bicknell, both of and 
at Barrington, by Rev. Mr. Wright, Nov. 27, 1817 

Eliza B., eldest daughter of Thomas, Esq., 
of Seekonk, and Joshua Sayer, of Newport, 
at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pitman, Sept. 3, 181 8 

George R. and Hannah Drowne, daughter of 
late Samuel, Esq., both of and at Barring- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, Jan. 25, 1826 
Sarah H., daughter of late Capt. John, and 
Ezra Hubbard, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Pickering, July 18, 1827 
Thomas, Jr., Esq., Attorney at Law, and 
Harriet B. Bulling, at Worcester, by Rev. 
Dr. Bancroft. American of Oct. 30, 1827 

KINSLEY Nabby and Cyrus Alden, of Bridge- 
water, at Minot. American of Oct. 28, 1808 
Minerva and Abbert C. Jenckes, at Paw- 
tucket. American of Jan. 25, 1822 
Salome and Capt. Edward S. Wilkinson, at 
Pawtucket. American of Jan. 25, 1822 

KINSON William, aged 70, and Mercy Johnson, 
aged 22, daughter of Stephen, of Charles- 
town, at Richmond, R. L, by Thomas 
Hazard, Esq., Sept. 26, 1825 

KIRBY Major Reynolds, Asst. Adj. General, U. 
S. Army, and Harriet B. Larned, daughter 
of Hon. Simon, of Pittsfield, Mass., at De- 
troit. American of Jan. 26, 18 19 
Edmund, Esq , U. S. Army, and Eliza A. 
Brown, daughter of Major General Jacob 
Brown, at Washington City. American of Feb. 25, 1825 

KISSAM Richard S., M. D., and Julia M. Cooke, 

at Hartford, Ct. American of June 18, 1830 

KITTRIDGE Maria F., daughter of late Dr. 
Thomas, and Hon. David Cummings, at 
Andover. American of Oct. 21, 1825 

KLADY Samuel, of Livingstone Co., and Mary 

Cisco, of and at New York, May 4, 1831 

KNAPP Dr. Ephraim L., of Cumberland, for- 
merly of Walpole, and Mary Sabin, daugh- 
ter of the late John, of and at Cumberland, 
by Rev. Mr. Potter, Oct. 24, 1819 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES II5 

KNAPP Freeman and Lydia Martin, both of 

Attleboro, at Pawtucket. American of Aug. 20, 1824 

Olive and James Lee, formerly from England, 
at Johnston. American of Sept. 24, 1824 

Sarah, of Taunton, and Luther Woodward, 
of Providence, at Taunton, Oct. 5, 1825 

Eleanor A., of Lynn, Mass., and Capt. Ben- 
jamin M. Lindsey, of Providence, at Lynn, 
by Rev. Mr. Greene, Dec. 2, 1827 

Mary Ann, formerly of Portsmouth, and Gil- 
bert P. Hardy, at Bradford, Mass. Amer- 
ican of Jan. 12, 1830 
KNEELAND Charles and Joanna Hone, daugh- 
ter of late Philip L, Esq., at New. York 
City, April 29, 1829 
KNIGHT Clarinda, daughter of John, and Sam- 
uel Jerauld, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. 
Curtis. American of Oct. 6, 181 2 

Richard, 3d, and Esther Guild, daughter of 

Richard, at Cranston. American of Sept. 26, 18 15 

Caroline, second daughter of William, and 
Major Pardon Sheldon, both of and at 
Cranston, by Elder R. Knight, Feb. 8, 1818 

Lemuel and Betsey Wilcox, daughter of 
Stephen, Esq., both of and at West Green- 
wich, Aug. 2, 181 8 

Stephen L. and Cynthia Jordan, both of and 
at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem. Ameri- 
can of Dec. 14, 1819 

Celia and Elder Fifield, at Provi- 
dence, at the Methodist Chapel, March 5, 1820 

Dr. Sylvester and Mrs. Louisa Villars Tucker, 
daughter of Gen. Thomas Westcott, both 
of and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, 
American of June 2, 1820 

Rachal and Capt. Caleb Burlingame, both of 
and at Cranston. American of June 13, 1820 

Ruth D., daughter of Capt. Richard, of 
Cranston, and Benoni Waterman, of John- 
ston, at Cranston. American of Sept. 12, 1820 

Christopher, Esq., of Cranston, and Lydia 
Briggs, of and at Providence. American of Jan. 15, 1822 

Joseph W. and Mary H. Westcott, both of 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, at North 
Providence, April 13, 1823 

Lieut. Robert and Sarah King, daughter of 
Rufus, both of Scituate, at Plainfield, Ct. 
American of April 19, 1825 

Mary, daughter of late Reuben, of Coventry, 
and Russell Miller, of Warwick, at Coven- 
try, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 9, 1825 



116 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



KNIGHT Zilpha, daughter of Angell, of Scitu- 
ate, and Dr. Harvey Downing, of Lisbon, 
C:., at Scituate, 

Caroline Louisa, daughter of late John, of 
Maryland, and Lieut. Henry Brewerton, U. 
S. Engineer Corps, at Newport, 

Cyrel and Margaret G. Muniford, both of 
Smithfield, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Manchester, 

Isaac and Phebe Greene, second daughter of 
Dr. Rowland, at Plainfield, Ct. American 
of 

Ann A., of Smithfield, and Benjamin T. 
Whitman, of Providence, at Johnston, by 
Rev. Mr. Manchester, 

Samuel and Mrs. Hannah Bray, at Marble- 
head. American of 

Charles and Ann W. Pennell, at Salem. 
American of 

Jane N. and George T. Carter, at Boston. 
American of 

Edward, of Cumberland, and Elmina T. Har- 
rington, of and at Central P'alls, by Rev. 
Mr. Frieze, 
KNOWER Cornelia, eldest daughter of Benja- 
min, Esq., and William L. Marcy, Esq., 
Comptroller, at Albany, N. Y. American 
of 
KNOWLES Joanna, daughter of the late Rob- 
ert, and Josiah Lawton, both of and at 
Newport, by Rev. Mr. Eddy. American 
of 

Hannah and James Horswell, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Joseph B., formerly of Providence, and Mary 
T. Johnson, of and at Nashville, Tenn., 

Jonathan, of Cranston, and Mary E. Jenckes, 
of and at Warwick. American of 

Mary Ann P. and Royal V. Dawley, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, 

Rev. James D., of Boston, and Susan Eliza 
Langley, daughter of Joshua H., of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Edward P. and Mary F"ry, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Methetable and Elkanah Pame, at Eastham. 
American of 

Amey A., of Providence, and William S. 
Humphreys, of Millbury, Mass., at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Pattison, 



Nov. 17, 1825 

July 20, 1S26 

July 29, 1827 

Sept. 12, 1828 

Nov. 8, 1829 

March 26, 1830 

April 9, 1830 

April 30, 1830 

May 13, 1832 

May II, 1824 

Nov. 14, 1809 

Dec. 14, 1814 

April II, 1 82 1 

Oct. I, 1822 

June II, 1823 

Jan. 1 1, 1826 

Feb. 4, 1827 

May 17, 1831 

Nov. 5, 1832 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES ll7 

KNOWLTON Erastus F., of Providence, mer- 
chant, and Rhoda Gage, daughter of Aaron, 

Esq., at Monson, Mass., by E. Whitaker, 

Esq., • May i6, 1820 

John A. and Eliza Wood, both of and at 

Cumberland. American of Oct. 4, 1825 

Margaret B. and Samuel W. Hall, at Boston. 

American of April 30, 1830 

Abigail S. and George H. Wheaton, printer, 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Waterman, Aug. 8, 1831 

KNOTT James, Jr., and Martha Knott, at Bos- 
ton. American of Nov. 13, 1829 
Martha and James Knott, Jr., at Boston. 

American of Nov. 13, 1829 

KNOX William and Mary Ann May, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Sept. 14, 1823 

James and Asenath Trumbull, daughter of 

Peter, both of and at Millbury. American 

of March 23, 1824 

Luke and Louisa Wesson, both of and. at 

Grafton, by Rev. Mr. Conyers. American 

of Nov. 13, 1827 



LABARRON Elizabeth A. and Abraham W. 

Sheperd, both of this town, at Warren, by 

Rev. Mr. Hall, May 29, 1816 

LACEY Ruana and Benjamin Hale, both of and 

at the Chocolate Mills, near Pawtucket. 

American of Jan. 24, 1823 

Lieut. Edgin M., U. S. Army, and Caroline 

Ann Boardman, daughter of Major E 

, U. S. Army, at Fort Niagara, May 31, 1831 

LACKEY Lucy and Rodney Luther, both of 

Providence. American of Oct. 22, 1822 

LACKY Ann C. and James S. Bradham, both of 

and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict. 

American of Aug. i, 1823 

LACKEY Fanny and Caleb Luther, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Mudge, May 17, 1825 
Janette and George W. Warner, Esq., both 

of and at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Brown. 

American of June 13, 1826 



118 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



LADD John, Esq., of West Greenwich, and Han- 
nah Reynolds, of and at Coventry, by Obed 
Perkins, Esq., 
Joseph W., of Warwick, and Almy W. Spen- 
cer, daughter of Capt. Joseph, of and at 
East Greenwich, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Hannah P., daughter of Dudley, Esq., and 
Ebenezer S. Lawrence, of Meredeth, at 
H. American of 
John J. Dunbar, at Boston. 



Harrington, and Betsey 
Harrington, by Rev. 



Henry 
Amer- 



Guildford, N 
Lydia H. and 
American of 
LA DIEU James, of 

Snell, of Warren, at 
Mr. Wright, 
LADIEU Mary Ann, of Harrington, and Samuel 

Blake, Jr., of Warren, at Swanzey, 
LADUE Prudence, of Barrington, and 
Conner, of Bristol, at Barrington. 
ican of 
Eliza, daughter of late Capt. Eustius, of Bar- 
rington, and Hiram Andrews, of Warren, 
at Barrington, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, 

LAFITTE Mademoiselle , daughter of 

the banker, and the Prince of Moskwa 
[Marshall Ney's son], at Paris. American 
of 
LAH AY Isaac and Mahitty Linnett, both of and 

at Providence. American of 
LAIGHTON Elizabeth and Thomas Folsom, 

Esq., at Portsmouth. American of 
LAKE Sarah, of Tiverton, and Peter Chace, of 
and at Portsmouth. American of 
Mary and Dennis Cooke, both of Tiverton, 

at Little Compton. American of 
Annis, daughter of Pardon, and Francis 

Brayton, at Tiverton. American of 
Sally, of Seekonk, and Gersham Williams, 
of Wellington, Mass., at Seekonk. Amer- 
ican of 
Holder and Isabella Ambrose, daughter of 
late Capt. Robert M., at Newport. Amer- 
ican of 
George W. and Ann Freeborn, daughter of 

Henry, at Newport. American of 
Christopher, of Portsmouth, and Sarah Estes, 

daughter of Elisha, of and at Tiverton, 
Eliza and John Sherman, at Newport. Amer- 
ican of 
Silas, of Tiverton, and Lydia Manchester, of 
and at Westport. American of 



Oct. I, 1820 

Feb. 20, 1826 

Sept. 25, 1829 
June 2, 1831 

Oct. 20, 1819 
Dec. 2, 1827 

Feb. 9, 1 82 1 

May 14, 1826 

March 21, 1828 
Nov. 30, 1 82 1 
Nov. 20, 1829 

March 23, 1819 
Feb. 13, 1821 
Feb. 23, 1 82 1 

Nov. 22, 1822 

Dec. 31, 1822 
March 23, 1824 
March 17, 1825 

July 26, 1825 
March 10, 1826 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 119 

LAKE Jonathan H. and Elizabeth S. Sher- 
man, daughter of late Perry, at Newport. 
American of Dec. 5, 1826 

Capt. Benjamin and Abby Taylor Douglass, 

at Newport. American of Jan. 8, 1828 

Bathsheba and Edward Sherman, both of and 

at Tiverton, by Rev. Mr. Gale, May 4, 1830 

William, Jr., and Charlotte Sherman, at Tiv- 
erton. American of Feb. 22, 183 1 
LAKEMAN John and Lucy Johnson, at Lynn. 

American of Oct. 2, 1829 

LALLAMAND Gen. Henry and Harriet Girard, 
niece of Stephen, both of and at Philadel- 
phia, by Rev. Dr. Janeway, Nov. 8, 18 18 
LAMB Albert, Esq., and Lydia W. Woodward, 
formerly of Providence, at Salem, Ct. 
American of June i, 1821 
Frances G., of Nantucket, and John Peck- 
ham, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Merrett, Aug. 29, 1822 
Isaac and Sarah S. Adams, both of and at 

Worcester. American of Nov. 4, 1823 

Pliney and Eliza Follett, at Hubbardston. 

American of Aug. 6, 1 830 

LAMBERT Lucy, daughter of William, Esq,, 
and Nathaniel Fellows, Esq., of Cuba, at 
Roxbury. American of Oct. 18, 1825 

LAMPHIER Emma, daughter of Major Elisha, 
of Westerly, and Albertus Starr, of Ston- 
ington, at Westerly. American of Sept. 14. 18 19 

Lucinda, of Westerly, and Arnold Crumb, Jr., 
of Stonington, at New London. Ameri- 
can of Jan. 10, 1826 
LAM SON Mary M. and Lemuel H. Eliott, by 
Rev. James Grow, both of and at Pomfret, 
Ct., April 27, 1817 
Rev. Alvan, of Dedham, and Frances Fide- 
lia Ward, daughter of Judge Ward, at Bos- 
ton. American of July 22, 1825 
Caroline M. and James W. Thurber, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Dec. 25, 1826 
LANDERS Edward and Margaret F. Murphy, 

at Newport. American of Feb. 12, 1828 

LANP2 Major Isaiah and Hopestill Carpenter, 
both of and at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. 
Thompson, April 4, 18 13 

Lavina, daughter of Deacon Daniel, of Nor- 
ton, Mass., and James W. Perry, of Leb- 
anon, Ct., at Norton, by Rev. Mr. Clarke, Jan. 30, 1826 
Isaiah and Mercy Drowne, at Rehoboth. 
American of Dec. 18, 1827 



120 VITAL RECORD QF RHODE ISLAND 

LANE Elizabeth Mangaletta, granddaughter of 
George Ushaeffer, Esq., and George Fred- 
erick Ernest Bernard Gerding, Esq., both 
of New York, by Rev. F W. Geissen- 
heimer, Aug. 23, 1828 

Charlotte and Rev. Ichabod Palisted, of Roch- 
ester, N. Y., at Boston. American of Sept. 11, 1829 

Minot T. and Ruth Farrer, at Boston. Amer- 
ican of Dec. I, 1829 

Elizabeth K. and Perley Lawrence, at Bos- 
ton. American of March 16, 1830 
LANG Robert U., Esq., Senior Editor of New 
York Gazette, and Mary Carr, eldest daugh- 
ter of Andrew L., Esq., at New York. 
American of June 24, 1825 

William Bailey and Susan Herves Messen- 
ger, youngest daughter of Col. Daniel, at 
Boston. American of May 3, 1831 

LANGDON Mary L. and William B. Dawes, at 

Salem. American of Nov. 6, 1829 

LANGFORD John and Mrs. Deborah Congdon, 

both of and at East Greenwich, Dec. 24, 1826 

LANGLEY Sally and Thomas Yates, both of 

and at Newport. American of Oct. 12, 1810 

John B. and Martha C. Townsend, both of 

and at Newport. American of June 2, 1820 

Nathaniel H.and Harriet B.Brownell, daugh- 
ter of late Sylvester, at Newport. Amer- 
ican of Dec. 30, 1823 

Sarah Louisa, daughter of Joshua H., and 
Roger Williams Potter, at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, Feb. 6, 1825 

Nathaniel and Phebe Sweet, of and at Cran- 
ston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Sept. 25, 1825 

Susan Eliza, daughter of Joshua H., of Provi- 
dence, and Rev. James D. Knowles, of 
Boston, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 11, 1826 

Eliza, daughter of Lee, and Stephen Carr, at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, May 11, 1828 

Abigail Ann C, of Boston, and James Chace, 

at Salem. American of Aug. 17, 1830 

James and Sylva Blanchard, at Albion Vil- 
lage, Dec. 16, 1832 
LANMAN Eliza, daughter of Hon. James, and 
A. H. Hubbard, at Norwich, Ct. Ameri- 
can of Nov. 6, 1 82 1 
LAPHAM William and Jerusha Rider, both of 

and at Pawtucket. American of Aug. 10, 1821 

Oliver and Hannah Sherman, at Pawtucket, 
by Rev. Dr. Benedict. American of Oct. 31, 1826 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



121 



LAPHAM Oziel and Mahala Steere, daughter 

of Asel, at Smithfield. American of May 15, 1827 

Mowry and Sarah Whitaker, both of Smith- 
field, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Greene, Dec. 29, 1831 
LARABEE Amey F. and John Breed, at Nor- 
wich, Ct. Xraerican of Dec. 5, 1820 
LARCH AR John, of this town, and Lucy Harts- 
horn, of Kingsboro, N. Y., in this town, 
by Rev. Mr. Edes, April 17, 1814 
Edwin M., of Providence, and Charlotte 
Pidge, daughter of Benjamin, of and at 
Dighton. American of March 6, 1821 
Mary G., eldest daughter of Joseph W., for- 
merly of Providence, and Henry S. Meade, 
at Mew York. American of March 6, 1821 
LARCHE l^ucy and George W. Packard, both 

of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, July i5, 1815 

LARKE Capt. James Risby, of Bristol, and 
Harriet Allen, daughter of Major Joseph, 
of this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, March 5, 1809 

LARKIN Mehitable H. and Ephraim G. Wood- 
mansee, both of and at Fall River. Amer- 
ican of Aug. 30, 1831 
LARNED Rebecca and Simon Davis, Jr., at 

Thompson, Ct., Feb. 5, 1809 

William G. and Mary Gay, at Thompson, Ct., 

married by Rev. Mr. Dow, Aug. 20,1809 

John S. and Lucinda Martin, eldest daughter 
of the late Capt. John, both of and at this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Williams. American of Oct. 5, 1810 

Abby, daughter of Thaddeus, Esq., and 
Jacob Dresser, both of and at Thompson, 
Ct., by Rev. Mr. Dowe. American of Oct. 22, 181 3 

George, 2nd, of Thompson, Ct., and Maria 
C. Reed, only daughter of William, of and 
at Killingly, by Rev. Mr. Whittemore, Jan. 9, 1816 

George, Esq., Attorney at Law, and Ann S. 

Gay, at Thompson, Ct, by Rev. Mr. Dow, Dec. 6, 1816 

Harriet B., daughter of Hon. Simon, of Pitts- 
field, Mass., and Major Reynolds Kerby, 
Asst. Adj. General U. S. Army, at De- 
troit. American of Jan. 26, 18 19 
Laura, second daughter of William, Esq., and 
Benjamin Franklin Hallett, Esq., both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, June 25, 1822 
George, of Providence, and Eliza Tweedey 
Malbone, daughter of late Hon. Francis, of 
and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, Oct. 9, 1823 
Major Benjamin F., U. S. Army, and Mrs. 
Lucy F. Watson, daughter of (jen. Nathan 
Willis, at Pittsfield. American of Oct. 28, 1823 



122 



VITAL RECORD OP RHODE ISLAND 



LARNED Frances, eldest daughter of Gfiiorge, 
Esq., of Thompson, Ct., and Hiram Blush- 
field, of Worcester, merchant, at Thomp- 
son, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Dow. Americiin of 
Sophia, daughter of William, of. Providence, 
and Benjamin Clifford, Jr., of Norfolk, Va., 
at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 
Susan M., second daughter of George, Esq., 
and Stephen Crosby, at Thompson, Ct., by 
Rev. Daniel Dow. American of 
Thomas Arnold and Sophronja Marsh, niece 
of late Gen. David Thomas, at Troy, N. Y., 
at residence of George Vail, Esq., by Rev. 
Mr. Butler. American of 

LA ROACH Eliza M. and Richard Jones 
Wethby, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, 

LASH LEY Miss Polly, aged 30 years, 3 months, 
18 days, and Master Martin Jordan, aged 
15 years, 6 months, 9 days, at Minden, N. 
Y. American of 

LASSELL Fanny, daughter of Charles, and 
Lieut. Benjamin Watson, U. S. Army, at 
Newport. American of 
John and Nancy Conant, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Marcy and Ansel Brown, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey. Ameri- 
can of 

LATHAM Smith W. and Selinda Paine, daugh- 
ter of William, at Sraithfield. American of 
Lydia, eldest daughter of Elisha, of Smith- 
field, and George Streeter, of Mendon, at 
Smithfield. American of 
Arthur, of Smithfield, and Sarah Paine, 
daughter of Jonathan, Esq., of Glocester, 
at Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, 
Horatio and Arrainda W. Read, daughter of 
Rev. Ahab, at Blackstone Village, 

LATHE Eliza, of Charlton, Mass., and Rev. 
James O. Barney, of Seekonk, at Charlton, 
by Rev. Mr. Rich, 

LATHROP Septimus and Greenleaf Salisbury, 
both of this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Emily, daughter of the late Thomas, Esq., 
and George L. Perkins, Esq., at Norwich, 
Ct, 
Mary D. and Charles Mann, at West Barn- 
stable, Mass. The groom has made him- 
self scarce. American of 



Oct. 24, X828 

Dec. II, 1828 

March 20, 1829 

July 10, 1832 
Oct. 19, iSrg 

June 8, 1827 

Sept. t, 1812 
Oct. 31, 1817 

Dec. 26, 1823 

April 25, 1820 

May 16, 1823 

Jan. I, 1824 
Sept. 2, 1832 

May 18, 1825 
May 22, i8ii 

June I, 1819 

Nov. 23, 1819 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



123 



LATHROP Mary, second daughter of Hon. 

Samuel, and Rev. William B. Sprague, at 

West Springfield. American of 
Joseph, of Exeter, R. I., and Annis Douglass, 

of and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wright. 

American of 
LATHOP Cornelius and Nelly Lincoln, at Taun- 
ton. American of 
LATIMER Mary and Joseph George Holman, 

Esq., Manager Charleston Theatre, at 

Charleston, S. C, 
LAUD Samuel P., Esq., and Susan B. Robinson, 

at Dorchester, Mass. American of 
Sophia, of Weymouth, and Rev. John San- 
ford, of South Dennis, at Weymouth. 

American of 
LAW George, formerly of Lancaster Co., Eng., 

and Sally White, daughter of Joseph, of 

Uxbridge, at Rehoboth, by Calvin Martin, 

Esq., 
John E. and Abigail Kingman, at Hingham. 

American of 
LAWDON Eliza and Thomas J. Brigham, at 

Boston. American of 
LAWLESS Luke E., Esq., of St. Louis, Mo., and 

Baroness Greahm, at Georgetown, D. C. 
LAWRENCE Lillis and Matthew Gray, both of 

this town, 
Cornelius W., Esq., and Maria C. Prall, 

daughter of late Abraham, Esq., at New 

York, 
Augustine H. and Penelope M. Champlain, 

youngest daughter of John T., Esq., both 

of and at New York. American of 
John L., Esq., of New York, and Sarah Au-, 

gusta Smith, only daughter of Gen. John, 

late U. S. Senator from N. Y., at Mastick, 

L. I., 
Rebecca and Major Daniel Gano, at Cincin- 
nati, O. American of 
Joanna, daughter of Augustine H., Esq., of 

New York, and James McCrea, at New 

York. American of 
William Beach, Esq., and Esther Rogers 

Gracie, daughter of Archibald, Esq., at 

New York. American of 
Owen and Mary C. Welsh, daughter of 

Thomas, at Seekonk. American of 
William, of St. Johnsbury, Vt., and Huldah 

Mason, of and at Seekonk, by Thomas 

Kennicutt, Esq., 



Aug. 13, 1824 

Dec. 8, 1829 
March 11, 1831 

Feb. 23, 1817 
, Jan. 19, 1821 

Sept. 10, 1824 

April 12, 1820 
March 11, 183 1 

April 29, 1 83 1 
May 17, 182S 
Nov. 16, 1813 

Nov. 24, 1814 

May 30, 18 1 5 

June 23, 1816 
Oct. 18, 1816 

Jan. 21, 1817 

May 22, 1 82 1 
Dec. 14, 1 82 1 

Nov. 17, 1822 



124 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

LAWRENCE Thomas and Mrs. Susannah 
Fisher, both of and at Providence. Amer- 
ican of Nov. 29, 1822 

Amey, daughter of John, and George W. 
Walcott, both of and at Providence. Amer- 
ican of June 3, 1823 

Mary, of Taunton, and Leander Dean, of 

Raynham, at Taunton. American of Aug. 29, 1823 

Daniel S., Assistant Postmaster of Provi- 
dence, and Mary Ann Price, daughter of 
late Capt. John, of and at Newport, Sept. 16, 1823 

Joseph and Abby Ann Martin, eldest daugh- 
ter of Elhanan, Esq., both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. American of Nov. 4, 1823 

Edward Oliver and Betsey B. Reynolds, at 
Johnston, by Rev. William C. Manchester, Aug. 24, 1828 

Ebenezer S., of Meredith, and Hannah P. 
Ladd, daughter of Dudley, Esq., at Guild- 
ford, N. H. American of Sept. 25, 1829 

Perley and Elizabeth K. Lane, at Boston. 

American of March 16, 1830 

George W. and Rebecca Langlay, at Lowell. 

American of July 27, 1830 

William and Caroline Augusta Rockwell, at 

Colebrook, Ct. American of Aug. 27, 1830 

Henry and Abigail Moulton, at Boston. 
American of May 17, 183 1 

LAWSON William and Ann Way, both of and 

at Newport. American of July i, 1814 

Ira and Amey Remington, at Cranston. 
American of Aug. 10, 1821 

LAWTON Josiah and Joanna Knowles, daugh- 
ter of the late Robert, both of and at 
Newport, by Rev. Mr. Eddy. American of Nov. 14, 1809 

Philip W. and Lucy Borden, daughter of the 
late William, both of and at Portsmouth, by 
Rev. Mr. Eddy. American of Feb. 6, 1810 

Josiah, of this town, and Mary A. Collins, 
daughter of Major John A., at Friends' 
Meeting House, Newport, May 3, 1810 

Mary, daughter of the late Capt John, and 
Robert Dennis, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 
Eddy. American of Oct. 30, 18 10 

Darius P. and Susannah Lawton, daughter of 
Peter, both of Portsmouth, at Friends' 
Meeting House there. May 11, 1814 

Susannah, daughter of Peter, and Darius 
P. Lawton, both of Portsmouth, at Friends' 
Meeting House there, May 11, 1814 

Mary, daughter of Adam, and Borden Slocum, 

Esq., at Portsmouth, Nov. 10, 1814 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



125 



LAWTON Clarke and Freelove Remington, only 
daughter of the late Hezekiah, both of 
Exeter, at North Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. 
Gardner. American of 

Moses and Lydia Ann Stratton, daughter of 
the late John, Jr., of Newport, at Ports- 
mouth. American of 

Ruth, of Pawtucket, and Daniel Fanner, of 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Amer- 
ican of 

Thomas, of North Kingstown, and Ruth L. 
Barker, of Middletown, at Newport. 
American of 

Roger Boone, of Charleston, S. C, and Phebe 
A. Cooke, daughter ot late John, Esq., at 
Newport. American of 

Eliza,. daughter of late Samuel, and Benja- 
min T. Cranston, at Newport. American of 

Benjamin I. and Elizabeth Taylor, daughter 
of John, at Newport. American of 

George and Maria E. Baker, both of and at 
Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, 

Mary and George W. Allen, both of and at 
Newport. American of 

Hannah and Robert Lawton, Esq., both of 
Portsmouth, at Newport. American of 

Robert, Esq., and Hannah Lawton, both of 
Portsmouth, at Newport. American of 

Thomas B. and Eliza Tuell, daughter of Ben- 
jamin, at Newport. American of 

Alice, of Newport, and John Van Alstine, of 
New York, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Brown, 

William H. and Elizabeth C. Allyn, at Reho- 
both. American of 

George, 2d, of Seekonk, and Mary Smith, of 
and at Rehoboth. American of 

Job and Rebecca Cranston, daughter of Will- 
iam, at Newport. American of 

Ardelia P., of Providence, and John Foster, 
of Bath, Me., at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, 

Mary, daughter of Isaac, of Portsmouth, and 
William Smith, of South Kingstown, at 
Newport. American of 

Sarah, of Portsmouth, and George Hull, of 
Brookiield, Ct., at Newport. American of 

Elisha A. and Sarah C. Lawton, daughter of 
Isaac, both of and at Portsmouth,at Friends' 
Meeting House. American of 



Oct. 8, 1819 

Aug. 22, 1820 

Jan. 16, 1821 

April 20, 1 82 1 

Aug. 14, 1821 
Sept. 7, 1 82 1 
Nov. 2, 1821 
May 15, 1822 

Aug. 16, 1822 
Oct. 15, 1822 
Oct. IS, 1822 
Jan. 17, 1823 

March 13, 1823 

April 22, 1823 

May 20, 1823 

July 25, 1823 

Dec. 21, 1823 

March 30, 1824 
May 25, 1824 

Dec. 7, 1824 



126 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE 1SL,AMJ 



LAWTON Sarah C, daughter of Isaac, and Ed- 
ward A. Lawton, both of and at Ports- 
mouth, at Friends' Meeting House. Amer- 
ican of 

Lydia, of Seekonk, and Joseph Peirce, of 
Providence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 
Allen, 

Timothy and Mehitable Watson, daughter of 
Edward. American of 

Joseph S. and Mrs. Abby G. Earle, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Webb, 

Henry and Eliza Fisk, daughter of Joseph, 
both of Portsmouth, at Newport. Ameri- 
can of 

Sarah H., of Exeter, and Dutee J. Hall, of 
North Kingstown, at Exeter, by Elder Par- 
don Tillinghast, 

George P. and Phebe Barker, both of and at 
Newport. American of 

Mary Ann and Reuben T. Cooke, at Newport. 
American of 

Ruth and Stephen Chace, at Newport. 
American of 

Isaac and Mary Ann P'reeborn, daughter of 
John, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Gammell, 

Adeline and Joel Blaisdell, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, 

Abraham B., of New London, and Sarah 
Walker, of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Edes, 

Capt. James and Sarah R. Tilley, at New- 
port, 

Joseph and Ruth Stanhope, daughter of Wil- 
liam, both of and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 
Choules, 

Joanna and Joshua Remington, at Portsmouth, 
by Rev. Mr. Eddy, 

Moses, of Portsmouth, and Rebecca H. Oxx, 
daughter of Samuel, of and at Newport, by 
Rev. Mr. Van Vleck, 

Asa T., of Portsmouth, and Ann Dayton, of 
and at New Bedford. American of 

Mehitable H. and Ephraim G. Woodman, 
both of and at Fall River. American of 

John and Almira W. Bryant, both of North 
Providence, at Pawtucket, 

Elizabeth Collins, daughter of Josiah, and 
John R. Balch, Jr., both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Farley, 



Dec. 7, 1824 

Feb. 4. 1825 
April 8, 1825 
July 30, 1825 

Sept. 27, 1825 

March 15,11826 
May 30, 1826 
Oct. 3, 1826 
Oct. 17, 1826 
Nov. 30, 1826 
Dec. 13, 1826 

Feb. II, 1827 
Oct. 5, 1828 

May 17, 1829 
June 21, 1829 

Oct. 5, 1829 
June 10, 183 1 
Aug. 30, 1 83 1 
Nov. 20, 1831 

Jan. 10, 1832 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 127 

LAYHA John and Clarrissa Cady, daughter of 

the late David, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Fifield, _ Feb. 20, 1820 

LAZELL John Adams, of this town, and Bath- 

sheba Patch, daughter of Henry, of and at 

Worcester, Mass., by Rev. Samuel Austin, 

D. D., Jan. 14, 1811 

Deborah, daughter of Capt. Edmund, of 
' Cummington, and Benjamin Hobart, Esq., 

attorney at law, of Abington, at Bridge- 
water. American of Feb. 17, 1815 
Nathan, Jr.. merchant, of Bridgewater, Mass., 

and Ann Wilkinson, daughter of Abraham, 

Esq., of and at Pawtucket. American of Nov. 2, 1821 

LEACH Lucinda, of Bridgewater, and Henry 

B. Jackson, of Watertown. American of Dec. 6, 181 1 
Caleb, of Bridgewater, and Elizabeth Lincoln, 

of and at Taunton. American of Jan. 11, 1828 

Abiel, Jr., of Providence, and MaryT. Hatch. 

of and at Scituate. American of Aug. 20, 1830 

LEARMAN Mrs. Patience, daughter of Caleb 

Munroe, of Jamestown, and Isaac Read, son 

of Capt. John E., at Newport. American 

of June 13, 1820 

LEARNED Asa and Mrs. Elizabeth Cornell, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Patten, June 16, 1818 

Rev. Sylvester and Sarah Wyer, formerly of 

Newburyport, at New Orleans. Ameri- 
can of Jan. 18, 1820 
Melissa, daughter of Rev. Erastus, and James 

C. Morse, at Canterbury, Ct. American of Oct. 3, 1823 
Horace and Mary Ann Justin, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Brown, Dec. 5, 1824 

Henry and Clarissa Gardiner Bowker, daugh- 
ter of Howard, of Scituate, Mass., at Bos- 
ton. American of Dec. 19, 1826 

Mrs. Naomi and Erastus Evans, both of Ox- 
ford, at Worcester. American of Aug. 28, 1829 

Henry, Jr., and Elizabeth Ewinger.at Boston. 
American of April 20, 1830, 

LEAVENS Mira, eldest daughter of Jedediah, 
and George A. Richmond, both of and at 
Pomfret, Conn., by Rev. Mr. Porter, Dec. i, 1814 

George and Barbury Pettey, both of Provi- 
dence, at Johnston, Jan. 4, 1826 

Jedediah, Jr., Esq., merchant, of Killingly, 
Ct., and Frances Josephine Hammond, 
daughter of Col. .Asahel, of and at Hamp- 
ton, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Sprague, ' Jan. 16, 1833 



12s VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

LEAVITT Catharine and Elder Joseph White, 

of and at Buxton, Me., by Elder Flanders, Feb. 19, 1821 
LE BARON Jame^, of Bristol, merchant, and 

Mary Fiske, youngest daughter of Dr. 

Caleb, at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Aug. 5, i8ii 

James and Lydia Greene Brown, at Warwick, 

by John Mawney, Esq., Nov. 19, 1828 

LE CRAW Mary, of Pawtucket, and Joel Read, 

of and at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Williams, May 10, 1827 
Abigail H. and Joseph Arnold, both of North 

Providence, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Pickering, Dec. 15, 1828 

LEDOYT Byel, of Shrewsbury, and iiarah Cole, 

at Warren. American of Sept. 29, 1829 

LEDYARD Eunice, of Warwick, and Alexander 

R. Hammett, of Coventry, at Warwick. 

American of March 7, 1820 

LEE Harriet, eldest daughter of William, and 

Thomas Truesdale, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. 14, 181 1 

Eliza, daughter of Thomas, Esq., and Hon. 

Outerbridge Horsey, U. S. Senator from 

Delaware, at Georgetown, D. C. Amer- 
ican of April 28, 1 8 12 
Louisa, daughter of Thomas, Esq., and Dr. 

Benjamin Waterhouse, at Cambridge, 

Mass. American of Oct. i, 1819 

Otis and Abigail Northup, of and at Cumber- 
land, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, of Pawtucket, Jan. 23, 1820 
Mary and William Branch, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 13, 1820 

Robert P. and Mary V. Clarke, daughter of 

late Capt. Phineas, of and at Newport. 

American of Jan. 8, 1822 

Elizabeth, daughter of Benjamin, Esq., and 

John S. Dwight. of Springfield, at Nor- 
wich, Ct. American of Oct. 7, 1823 
Julia, daughter of late William, and David 

Whipple, both of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 10, 1823 

Lydia, daughter of William, and John H. 

Barber, Jr., Editor of Newport Mercury, 

both of and at Newport. American of July 9, 1824 

James, formerly from England, and Olive 

Knapp, at Johnston. American of Sept. 24, 1824 

Ebenezer and Fanny Francis, at Taunton, Dec. 11, 1825 

John C, of Boston, merchant, and Harriet P. 

Rose, daughter of the late Joseph, of An- 
tigua, planter, at Worcester, Mass., by 

Rev. Dr. Bancroft, July 29, 1826 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 129 

LEE Robert P., Esq., and Eliza Davis, daughter 

of John W., both of Newport, at Warren, 

by Rev. Mr. Stoddard. American of Nov. 2, 1827 

John, of Smithfield, and Lydia Lee, of Ux- 

bndge, at Smithfield, by Asa Windsor, 

Esq., Nov. 20, 1828 

Lydia, of Uxbridge, and John Lee, of and at 

Smithfield, by Asa Windsor, Esq, Nov. 20, 1828 

Capt. Israel A. and Phebe A. Carpenter, Dee. 4, 1828 

Anna Matilda, daughter of late Richard 

Bland Lee, Esq., and Dr. Bailey Washing- 
ton, Surgeon tJ. S. Navy, at Washington 

City. American of Dec. 4, 1829 

Bradford and Zilpha D. A. Merrell, at Taun- 
ton. American of Dec. 24, 1830 
LEEGE Julia, of Rochelle, France, and Dr. P. 

L. Armond, of Auboyneau, at Rochelle. 

American of Feb. 19, 181 1 

LEEGY Kitty and William Wallace, merchant, 

both of and at Philadelphia. The court- 
ship, consent and marriage took 30 minutes. 

American of Sept. 20, 18 16 

LEFEVRE Capt. Louis to Capt. Marie Thoreau. 

The bride had been in the army for several 
. years, her sex not being discovered until 

severely wounded. She was raised to full 

captaincy for her bravery by Marshal Soult; 

at Paris. American of Feb. 5, 181 3 

LEFOVOR Amos and Henrietta Sutton, at See- 

konk, by Rev. Dr. Benedict. American of Dec. 12, 18 1.7 
LAFOVOR Lucy and William Field, both of 

North Providence, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Taft, May 7, 1821 

LEFOVOUR David and Mary Ann Baldwin, 

daughter of John, Esq., both of and at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, Nov. i, 1824 

Thomas and Julia White, both of and at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, April 5, 1825 
LEIGHT Lady and Barry O'Meara, 

in England. American of May 2, 1823 

LEGH Thomas M. P., and Miss 

Turner, daughter of William, Esq., of Sher- 

ley Park, Cheshire. [Her abduction by 

Wakefield was a sensation a few months 

ago.] In England. American of March 25, 1828 

LEGR AND Lewis and Sally Bowen, both of this 

town, Nov. 25, 1813 

LEHRE Mary Ann, daughter of the late Dr. 

, and Capt. Christopher R. 

Greene, formerly of this town, at Charles- 
ton, S. C. American of Jan. 16, 1816 



130 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

LELAND Augusta, Esq., formerly of Boston, 

and Senorita Louisa Torrente, of and at 

Bogota, Columbia. American of July 25, 1828 

Henry C. and Betsey S. Marshall, daughter 

of William S.. both of, and at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Tobey, Aug. 17, 1826 

Dr. Phinehas W., of Grafton, and Parmelia 

Wood, daughter of Capt. Elisha, of and at 

Mendon, by Rev. Mr, Daggett, Nov. 26, 1826 

LEMAN Charles and Lucy A. Ward, at Boston, 

by Rev. Mr. Motte. American of Feb. 9, 1830 

LEMON Henry and Catharine S. Mallett, at 

Salem. American of May 13, 1831 

LENOX Julia and Samuel Keep, of Boston, at 

Washington, D. C. American of Aug. 17, 1830 

LEONARD Mrs. Nancy and Capt. Job W. Hall, 

at Taunton, by Rev. Mr. Pipon, Nov. 16, 1808 

Benjamin, 89, and Polly Bosworth, 29, at 

Ashford, Ct. American of Jan. 17, 1809 

Horatio, Esq., Sheriff of Bristol Co., Mass., 

and Fanny Washburn, of Raynham, at 

Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wight, Sept. 25, 1812 

Nathaniel, of Bristol, and Sarah Seamans, of 

Rehoboth, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Bates. 

American of Feb. 21, 1815 

Eunice and Ezra Gerry, both of Cambridge, 

Mass., May 4, 18 16 

Margaret and Luther Marsh, Esq., both of 

and at Pompey, N. Y. American of March 13, 1821 

Jonathan and Martha Jepson, both of and at 

Providence. American of April 20, 1821 

Silas and Phebe Walker, at Taunton. Amer- 
ican of May 25, 1 82 1 
Huldah, of Middleboro, Mass., and Jonathan 

P. Williams, of Taunton, at Middleboro. 

American of July 6, 1821 

Harriet, of Taunton, and John Hall, Jr., of 

Norton, at Taunton. American of Sept. 25, 1821 

Seth and Charlotte Dean, both of Bridge- 
water, at Middleboro. American of Dec. 14, 1821 
Clarinda and Henry W. Pratt, at South 

Bridgewater, Mass. American of Jan. i, 1822 

Sarah, of Taunton, and Thomas Saddler, of 

Attleboro, at Taunton. American of Jan. 18, 1822 

Hannah and George L. Mowry, both of and 

at Taunton. American of Jan. 9, 1823 

Timothy, of Middleboro, and Lydia Caswell, 

of and at Taunton. American of Nov. 20, 1823 

Bathsheba W., and Abiel Robinson, both of 

Raynham. American of Jan. 16, 1824 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 



131 



LEONARD Betsey, of Plainfield, Ct., and Benja- 
min Tuckerman, Esq., postmaster at Ster- 
ling, at Plainfield. American of Feb. 17, 1824 

Hannah and Joseph Jackson, at Middleboro, 
Mass. American of April 9, 1824 

Phebe, daughter of Ichabod, of Taunton, and 
Rev. Reuben Allen, of Seekonk, at Taun- 
ton. American of May 21, 1824 

Sally, of Taunton, and Bildad Barney, of 
Hallowell, Me., at Taunton. American of June 18, 1824 

Susan, of Middleboro, and Henry Conrad 
Erpell, of Germany, at Middleboro. Amer- 
ican of Nov. 29, 1825 

Appolas and Nancy Winsor, both of and at 

North Providence, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, Oct. 15, 1826 

James M. and Clarinda Wood, at Middleboro, 

Mass., by Rev. Mr. Eaton. American of Nov. 17, 1826 

Daniel, of Fall River, and Ann Beason, 
daughter of William P. R., at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Kent. American of April 13, 1827 

Abigail, daughter of Capt. Lemuel, and James 

Allen, both of and at Taunton, June 21, 1827 

Lucinda, of Taunton, and Capt. Lyman 

Eddy, of Norton, at Taunton, July 6, 1827 

Ruth Ann, daughter of late Silas, of Taun- 
ton, and William P. Rathbone, of Augusta, 
Ga., at Hallowell, Me., by Rev. Mr. Gillett, July 11, 1827 

Henry F., of New York, and Ann Francis 
Burroughs, daughter of Robert S., of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Aug. 21, 1828 

Clementina Maria, daughter of Caleb F., Esq., 
and Levi Paine, of Randolph, at Bridge- 
water, by Rev. Mr. Gay, June 11, 1829 

Mary A. H., of Sturbridge, and Rev. Francis 
W. Emmons, of Eastport, Me., at Stur- 
bridge, Aug. 21, 1829 

Deborah Ann and Addison Alden, at Ware- 
ham. American of May 27, 1831 

Olive B. and Marshall Wilbur, Jr., at Ware- 
ham. American of June 24, 1831 

Susan, of North Providence, and Solomon H. 
Drowne, of Foster, at North Providence, Sept. 3, 1832 

Bethiah and Asa Clemons, at Slatersville, Nov. 22, 1832 

LEOPOLD Prince, of Cobourg, and Princess 
Charlotte, of Wales,the presumptive heiress 
to the English Throne, at London, May 2, 18 16 

LE ROY Caroline, daughter of Herman, Esq., of 
New York, and Hon. Daniel Webster, of 
Boston, at .New York, by Rev. Mr. Wain- 
wright, Dec. 12, 1829 



132 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



LESTER Charles G., merchant, of Montreal, 
U. C, and Susan W. Smith, of and at Wor- 
cester, by Rev. Dr. Bancroft. American 
of 
Mary, of Plainfield. Ct., and Allen Harris, 
agent Central Manufacturing Co., at said 
Plainfield, by Rev. Mr. Wells. American of 
Sarah, daughter of Christopher, Esq., of 
Groton, Ct.,and Latham A. Burrows, Esq., 
of Oswego, N. Y., at Groton. American of 
Rebecca, of Plainfield, Ct., and Albert G. 
Whipple, formerly of Providence, at 
Thompson. American of 

LETHBRIDGE Sally, only daughter of the 
late Samuel, and Oliver Gridley, Jr., at 
Franklin, Mass. American of 

LE VALLEY Ann and Jabez Williams, both of 
Warwick, at Cranston. American of 
Benjamin and Emeline Borden, daughter of 
Capt. Abner, at Fall River. American of 
Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas, of Warwick, 
and Thomas CrufI, Jr., of Coventry, at War- 
wick, by Rev. Mr. Stone, 

LEVATTEY Stephen, of Warwick, and. Mar- 
sena Westcott, daughter of Reuben, of 
Sterling, Ct., at Coventrv, 

LEVECK John C, of Hartford, and Lucy W. 
Dexter, of Pawtucket, 
John C, of Providence, and Sarah W. Dex- 
ter, of Pawtucket, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Taft, 

LEVERETT Frances B., of Roxbury, Mass., 
and John Shays, of Salem, merchant. 
American of 
Rev. William, of Roxbury, Mass., and Mary 
Ann Cole, eldest daughter of late Cyrus, 
Esq., of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, 

LEVET Ann and Amos Braley, at Fairh'aven. 
American of 

LEVY Jacob, late of North Carolina, and Juliet 
Lopez, daughter of late Aaron, of Newport, 
at New York. American of 
Adam J., of Philadelphia, and Ann Matilda 
Handy, daughter of Thomas, of and at 
Newport, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, 

LEWIN Nathan, of Swanzey, and Hannah C. 
Davis, of and at Somerset, 

LEWIS Gabriel L. and Anna Maria Champlain, 
daughter of John T., Esq., at New York, 



Oct. 6, 1815 

May 17, 1816 

Nov. 22, 1816 

March 22, 1822 

Nov. 15, 1 816 
Nov. 29, 1822 
Nov. 30, 1826 

July I, 1829 

Feb. 22, 18 14 
Aug. 2, 1 810 

April 10, 1825 

Sept. 10, 18(6 

March 29, 1825 
Nov. 13, 1829 

Jan. 9, 1824 

Oct. 12, 1825 

March 7, 18 16 

March 19, 18 14 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES I33 

LEWIS Marie, daughter of Andrew, and Lt. Milo 
Mason, U. S. Artillery, in this town, by- 
Rev. Dr. Crocker, Sept. 7, 1815 

James, of this town, and Celia Chace, of and 
at Dighton, Mass., by Rev. Mr. Gaskey, May 26, 18 c 6 

Aseneth and Samuel B. Angell, both of and 

at Warren. American of Jan. 7, 1817 

Sabra and William Mudge, both of Provi- 
dence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Bene- 
dict. American of Dec. 15, 18 18 

Sidonia, daughter of Hon. Joshua, Judge of 
the District Court of Louisiana, and Peter 
K. Wagner, Esq., editor of the "Orleans Ga- 
zette," at New Orleans. American of Aug. 24, 1819 

Mary and Fones Havens, of North Kings- 
town, at Newport. American of Jan. S, 1821 

Mary, of Jamestown, and Joseph F. Havens, 
of North Kingstown, at Newport. Amer- 
ican of Jan. 9, 1 82 1 

Thankful and Thomas Welles, of Foster, at 

Killingly, Ct. American of April 24, 1821 

Lydia, of Dighton, and Benjamin Pidge, of 
Providence, at Dighton. American of Jan. 25, 1822 

Samuel and Lydia R. West, both of and^at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Merrett, at the 
Methodist Chapel, Oct. 27, 1822 

Matilda V. and Ambrose Clarke, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Amer- 
ican of May 27, 1823 

Bowers, of Dighton, and Catharine Thurber, 
of and at Providence. American of June 6, 1823 

John and Lillis Thayer, both of and at Valley 

Falls. American of July 4, 1823 

Benjamin and Mary H. Mann, eldest daugh- 
ter of David E., both of and at Providence. 
American of Aug. 24, 1824 

Mary, daughter of John, of Westerly, and 
Amos Dickens, of and at Stonington, by 
Rev. Mr. Hart. American of Feb. 21, 1826 

Nancy V., of Cumberland, and Increase Sum- 
ner, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Webb, May 2, 1826 

Sarah Ann, of Bristol, and Capt. George W. 
Ling, of Middleboro, at Bristol, by Rev. 
Mr. White. American of Oct. 10, 1826 

Alice, of North Kingstown, and Martin 
Easterbrooks, of Warren, at North Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Cheney, Aug. 19, 1827 

Levi, of Providence, and Joanna M. Thurber, 
of North Providence, at Olneyville, by Rev. 
Mr. Cheney. American of Oct. 5, 1827 



134 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



LEWIS Thomas, of Cumberland, and Betsey A. 
Anthony, daughter of Richard, Esq., at 
North Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, 

Mary T., of Yarmouth, Mass., and Alexander 
Hilliman, of Boston, at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Robert G. and Almira A. Armington, at 
Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 

Abraham, of Smithfield, and Maria Sweet, 
of and at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Manches- 
ter, 

Chace and Nancy C. West, daughter of Capt. 
Joseph, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Sanborn, 

Gabriel E., of Savannah, Ga., and Sarah W. 
Nourse, of and at Boston, by Rev. Mr. 
Barnstead. American of 

Rebecca. and George Hobby, at Lynn. Amer- 
ican of 

Samuel W. and Harriet Stewart, at Edgar- 
town. American of 

Sarah C. and Merrett Bates, at New Bed- 
ford. American of 

Nancy and Archibald Sellman, at Lynn. 
American of 

Jason L., of New York City, and Mary 
Batcheller, of and at Sutton, Mass , by 
Amasa Roberts, Esq., 

Tompkins D. and Isabella Sarah Allen, eld- 
est daughter of Major Rhodes G., formerly 
of Providence, at New York, by Rev. Mr. 
Parkinson, 
LIBBEY John, 34, and Edward Oxford, 19, at 

Portsmouth, N. H. American of 
LIGHTNING George and Clarrissa Wrought, 

at Dudley, Mass. American of 
LILLIBRIDGE Abigail, daughter of Amos, 
Esq., and Whitman Kenyon, at Richmond. 
American of 

LILLY Miss — and Mr. Rose. 

American of 
LINARD Peter and Mary Ann Payerne, daugh- 
ter of Frances, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
LINCOLN Warren and Hannah Hall, both of 
and at Raynham, by Rev. Dr. Forbes, 

Martha, daughter of Hon. Levi, of Worcester, 
Mass., and Leonard Moodey Parker, Esq., 
of Charlestown, Mass., at Worcester. 
American of 



March 13, 1828 

Nov. 2, 1828 
Jan. I, 1829 

March 2, 1829 

June 25, 1829 

Oct. 30, 1829 
June 18, 1830 
July 30, 1830 
Dec. 10, 1830 
April I, 1 83 1 

Feb. 19, 1832 

July 10, 1832 

April 19, 1816 

Dec. 2, 1828 

Jan. 30, 1 82 1 
Oct. 27, 1809 

Dec. 16, 1830 
March 15, 1810 

May 31, 1814 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN -MARRIAGES 



135 



LINCOLN Benjamin, 75, and Mrs. Elizabeth 
Harvey, 65, at Taunton. American of 
Spencer and Ann Gerry, both of and at 

Providence, 
Rebecca, daughter of Hon. Levi, and Rejoice 
Newton, Esq., at Worcester. American of 
William C, of Norton, and Hannah Pidge, of 

Attleboro, at Providence. American of 
Joanna and Allen Munroe, 3d, at Bristol. 
American of 

Ann and James Woodward, Esq., at Taun- 
ton. American of 

Chloe, daughter of Rufus, of Norton, and 
Ebenezer Snow, Jr., of Raynham, at Nor- 
ton. American of 

Lydia and Daniel Pettingill, at Providence. 
American of 

John E. and Abby Burdick, both of and at 
Newport. American of 

Horatio and Lucinda Fields, daughter of 
Capt. Nathaniel, of and at Taunton. Amer- 
ican of 

Betsey, daughter of Gen. Thomas, of Taun- 
ton, and Nathaniel Newcomb, of Norton, 
at Taunton. American of 

Elizabeth Otis, of Hingham, and James Sav- 
age, Esq., of Boston, at Hingham. Amer- 
ican of 

Bela, of North Providence, and Lydia Scott 
Bucklin, of and at Smithfield. American of 

Deborah and Peter Walker, both of and at 
Taunton. American of 

Hannah, of Taunton, daughter of Elijah, and 
Lymon Eddy, of Norton. American of 

Lydia P., of Norton, and Herbert Skinner, of 
Mansfield, at Taunton. American of 

Eliza and Frederick Grossman, at Taunton. 
American of 

Narcissa and Bradford Dean, both of and at 
Taunton, by Rev. Alvan Cobb, 

Miss and Abijah Woodward, at 

Taunton. American of 

Nicholas H. and Abigail Baker, daughter of 
Walker, at Taunton. American of 

George M. and Polly Willis, at Taunton. 
American of 

Fanny M. and Joseph Wilbur, at Taunton, 
by Rev. Mr. Maltby, 

Leonard C. and Phebe F. Carpenter, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 



July S, 1814 
Nov. 4, 1815 
May 6, 1817 
Oct. I, 1819 
April 7, 1820 
Oct. 19, 1 82 1 

Nov. 23, 1821 

Dec. 8, 1 82 1 

Dec. 14, 1 82 1 

April II, 1823 

May 2, 1823 

May 6, 1823 

Jan. 6, 1824 

Jan. 21, 1824 

Feb. 13, 1824 

Oct. I, 1824 

March 22, 1825 

March 27, 1826 

June 7, 1825 

July IS, 1825 

May 25, 1827 

Aug. 8, 1827 

Nov. 29, 1827 



136 



VITAL RECORD OP RHODE ISLAND 



LINCOLN Elizabeth, of Taunton, and Caleb 

Leach, of Bridgewater, at Taunton. Amer- 
ican of 
Charles, formerly of New Bedford, and Mrs. 

Sarah Draver, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Seaman, 
Charles and Eliza Ann Hart, at Taunton, 
Hannah, daughter of Luther, of Norton, 

and Brayton Slade, of P'all River, at Taun- 
ton, at Friends' Meeting House, 
Daniel and Lucinda Redding, at Taunton, by 

Rev. Mr. Cobb, 
Dellila and Resolved Chace, at Dartmouth. 

American of 
Joshua W., of Eastham, and Mary Chipman, 

at Wellfleet. American of 
Oliver, of Walpole, and Mrs. Abby A. G. 

Sheperd, of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Tobey, 
Almira W. and Ezra Holden, of Boston, at 

Portland. American of 
Miss Aielta, 75, and Timothy Dwight, 81; 

both have lost a leg, he is very deaf and 

she is blind, at Gardiner, Ky. American of 
Isaac and Ruth W. Dyer, at Weymouth. 

American of 
Emeline and Robert Luscomb, at Taunton. 

American of 
Nelly and Cornelius Lathrop, at Taunton. 

American of 
Aaron, of Norton, and Rhoda Staples, at 

Taunton. American of 
Elizabeth, daughter of Hawkes, Esq., and 

Luke Bemis, Jr., at Boston. American of 
LINDENBERG Susan, daughter of John, and 

Elder Douglass Farnum,of Woodstock,Vt., 

in this town, by Elder John P. Jones, 
LINDENBURGER Mary and Edward Mason, 

Jr., both of this town, by Rev. Mr. Cornell, 
LINDLEY Harriet and Benjamm Thomas, 

married by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Phebe and William Bradley, married by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, 
Joab, of Walpole, Mass., and Nancy Burt, of 

Middlebury, Mass., 
George, of Burrillville, and Pamela Morse, of 

and at Douglass, 
LINSEY Cyrus W. and Sarah D. Sabin, in this 

town, by Rev. Dr. Messer, 



Jan. II, 1828 



July 7, 1828 
Sept. 23, 1828 



April 30, 1829 
June 14, 1829 
Sept. II, 1829 
Sept. 25, 1829 

March 29, 1 830 
June 8, 1830 

June 22, 1830 
Aug. 17, 1830 
Dec. 10, 1830 
March 11, 1831 
April 12, 1831 
April 12, 183 1 

March 2, 181 3 
Sept. 22, 181 1 
Aug. 13, 1809 
Aug. 13, 1809 
Aug. 21, 1821 
Dec. 5, 1822 
May 22, 1814 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 13 7 

LINSEY Samuel D. and Temperance Ide, daugh- 
ter of Abel, both of and at Seekonk, by 

Rev. Mr. Hill, April 2, 1815 

Sally and Josiah S. Wardwell, at Bristol. 

American of May 4, 1821 

Mrs. Mary, of St. Augustine, Fla., and Capt. / . ; i 

Samuel B. Martin, of Providence, at St. 

Augustine. This is believed to be the iirst 

marriage under the new government. 

American of , Oct. 16, 1821 

Lieut. George F., of U. S. Marioe Corps, 

and Mary J. Smith, daughter of late Col. 

Muloncton, U. S. Army, at Plattsburg, 

Penn. American of Dec. 19, 1823 

Joseph and Martha Harding, both of and at 

Bristol. American of Feb. 17, 1824 

Elizabeth M. and John Lye, both of and at 

Lynn. American of June 18, 1824 

Capt. Benjamin M., of Providence, and 

Eleanor A. Knapp, of and at Lynn, Mass., 

by Rev. Mr. Greene, Dec. 2, 1827 

Mrs. Hannah and Joseph Sparks, at Bristol. 

American of Nov. 18, 1828 

Mar)^ and John T. Davis, both of and at 

Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Ross, July 9, 1829 

Joseph Ferdinand, of Fall River, and Susan 

Maria Ide, daughter of Abel, of and at See- 
konk, by Rev. Mr. Barney, Jan. i, 1830 
LING Capt. George W., of Middleboro, and 

Sarah Ann Lewis, of and at Bristol, by Rev. 

Mr. White. American of Oct. 10, 1826 

LINGAN Ann, daughter of late General , 

and Elias B. Caldwell, Esq;, of Supreme 

Court of U. S., in Fairfax Co., Va. Amer- 
ican of Dec. 26, 1820 
LINKFIELD Benjamin and Maria Robinson, 

daughter of Capt. George, of Pawtucket, 

at Richmond. American of June 25, 1824 

LINN James S., editor Western Intelligencer, 

and Lemira Pettibone, at Delaware, N. Y. 

American of April 4, 1820 

LINELL Ruth and Philip Haswell, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Kent, Aug. 9, 1826 

LINN ELL Harriet and William Fisher,, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, Dec. 24, 1826 

LINNETT Susan H. and Hamilton Bishop, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Bene- 
dict, May 9, 1 8 19 
Sally and William Patt, at Providence. 

American of March 20, 1821 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



LINNETT Mahitty and Isaac Lahay, both of 

and at Providence. American of 
William E., of Barnstable, Mass., and Sabra 

Coleman, of Valley Falls, at Pawtucket, by 

Rev. Mr. Greene, 
LINSCOTT Theodore, 70, and Abigail Cain, 72, 

at Sandwich, Me. American of 
Noah, of Cornish, and Sarah Bennett, of 

Salem, at Boston. American of 
LIPPITT Capt. Warren and Eliza Seamans, 

daughter of Young, by Rev. Dr. Gano. in 

this town, 
Joseph Francis, merchant, of this town, and 

Caroline Munroe, of and at Cranston, by 

Rev. Mr. Williams, 
Mary M., daughter of John, merchant, and 

John Wilson, all of and at this town, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Louisa, second daughter of the late Capt. 

John, of this town, and Capt. Joseph Her- 

litz, of New York, at this town, by Rev. 

Mr. Williams, 
John and Mrs. Ann Carpenter, daughter of 

Gabriel Allen, Esq., both of and at this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Julia, eldest daughter of Charles, Esq., and 

Joseph Sweet, in this town, by Rev. Dr. 

Crocker, 
Maria and Areunah C. Tingley, in this town, 
Narcissa, daughter of John, and William C. 

Snow, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, 
Mary, daughter of Col. Christopher, and Ca- 
leb Congdon, both of and at Cranston. 

American of 
Catharine H., daughter of Charles, of Provi- 
dence, .ind Rev. Stephen Hull, of Rayn- 

ham, Mass., at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Crocker, 
Mary, of Killingly, Ct., and Samuel Greene, 

of Coventry, at Cranston. American of 
Celia, daughter of John, and Elisha Tingley, 

both of and at Providence, 
Cornelia Augusta, youngest daughter of 

Charles, of Providence, and George An- 
drews, of Cheraw, S. C, at St. John's 

Church, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 
Samuel C, formerly of Providence, and Mary 

Ann McCarthy, daughter of Roger, of and 

at Clinton, Jones Co., Ga., 



Nov. 30, 1 82 1 

Oct. 27, 1829 

July 24, 1827 

Aug. 27, 1830 

July 7, 181 1 

Oct. 10, 181 1 

Nov. 30, 1812 

March 6, 18 14 
June 20, 1814 



Sept. 19, 1 8 14 
Oct. 10, 1814 



Nov. 18, i8r6 
Feb. 3, 1818 

March 17, 18 19 
Sept. 12, 1820 
March 4, 1822 

Oct. I, 1822 
Jan. 15, 1824 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



139 



LIPPITT Hannah H., daughter of Moses, Esq., 

of Killingly, Ct., and Daniel P. Arnold, of 

Ashford, Ct., at Killingly, Ct. American of 
William H., formerly ' of Providence, and 

Mary H. Barnard, of and at Wilmington, 

N. C. American of 
Thomas, Esq., and Waite Arnold, both of , 

and at Warwick, by Christopher Spencer, 

Esq., 
Charles, Jr., Esq., of Savannah, Ga., and 

Martha Brown Howell, daughter of late 

Hon. J. B., of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Pattison, 
LISCOMB Elizabeth and Gilbert Richmond, 

both of 3ind at Bristol. American of 
Samuel S., of Fall River, and Hannah S. 

Wilkey, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, 
Joseph and Abigail L. Waldron, both of and 

at Bristol, by Rev. Bishop Griswold, 
Jeremiah D. and Eleanor Pitman, at Bristol. 

American of 
Mrs. Sally and Daniel H. Maurice, Esq., at 

Bristol, 
LISLE Samuel William Henry, of the Medical 

Department, and Ann Ritchie, both of 

Quebec, Canada, at Champlain, N. Y. 

American of 
LISTER Benjamin and Jane Gillmore, both of 

and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 
LITCHFIELD Enos and Fanny Smith, married 

by Rev. Mr. Pipon, all of and at Taunton, 
Miss Sally, 44, and John Foster, 87, at Box- 

boro. American of 
LITTLE Lucy, daughter of the late Nathaniel, 

of Little Compton, and Abraham Brown, 

of Middletown, at Little Compton. Amer- 
ican of 
William, Jr., Esq., of Boston, and Sophia 

L. Robbins, daughter of Asher, Esq., of 

and at Newport, 
Sylvester, of Westport, and Nancy S. Allen, 

at New Bedford. American of 
Charles Coffin, of Boston, and Sarah Ann 

Hillard, daughter of William, of and at 

Cambridge, 
Henry, of New York, and Margaret A. Lit- 
tle, daughter of William, Esq., at Boston. 

American of 
Margaret A., daughter of William, Esq., and 

Henry Little, of New York, at Boston. 

American of 



March 30, 1824 

Feb. 10, 1826 

July 6, 1827 

Sept, 10, 1832 

April 16, 1822 

Oct. 12, 1824 

Sept. 4, 1826 

May 24, 1 83 1 

March 4. 1832 

Nov. 20, 181 8 
Nov. 8, 1827 

May 10, 1812 
Feb. 4, 183 1 

Feb. 6, 1 82 1 

June 13, 1824 
Nov. 14, 1826 

Jan. I, 1829 

Oct. 6, 1829 

Oct. 6, 1829 



140 VITAL Record of rhode island 

LITTLE Senphronia A., daughter of William, 
and Henry Orne, Esq., at Boston. Ameri- 
can of - April 13, 1830 
Maria Augusta and Samuel Clement, of 

Louisiana, at Boston. Atnerican of Aug. 24, 1830 

Edward B., of New York, and Abby C. 
Bridgham, second daughter of Samuel W., 
Esq., of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr, 
Edes, June 27, 1831 

Jane P. and Richard Durfee, Jr., both of 

Tiverton, at Newport. American of July 12, r83i 

Rachal W., daughter of Edward P., Esq., of 
Marshfield, Mass., and Joseph Healey, 
Principal of the Pawtucket High School, 
at Friends' Meetifig House, Pembroke, 
Mass., April 12, 1832 

LITTLEFlELD Sarah, daughter of Rev. Mr. 
Littlefield, and Col. Jeremiah Greene, both 
of and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Littlefield, June 8, 1817 

Harriet, daughter of Solomon, of New Shore- 
ham, and Giles P. Sprague, at New Shore- 
ham. American of May 6, 1823 
William, of Tennessee, and Martha Fowler, 
daughter of Christopher, of and at New- 
port, by Rev. Dr. Patten, Oct. 3, 1825 
Caroline, of Bristol, and Leroy Jones, of 

Swanzey, at Bristol. American of May 2, 1826 

LITTLEJOHN Dr. S. H., of U. S. Army, and 
E. M. Harrison, at Sackett's Harbor, N. 
Y. American of April 6, 1821 

LIVINGSTONE Catharine Ann, formerly of 
New York, and Palmer Cleveland, of Og- 
densburgh, N. Y., at Canandaigua, N. Y. 
American of March 16, 1821 

LIVINGSTON Cornelia Louisiana, daughter of 
Robert L., Esq., of Clermont, and Capt. 
Charles G. Ridgley, U. S. Navy, in New 
York. American of Dec. 7, 1822 

LIVINGSTONE James, of Saratoga, and Har- 
riet Hopkins, of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Kent, April 23, 1828 

LLOYD Daniel, merchant, formerly of Provi- 
dence, and Eliza Gilbert, of and at Nor- 
folk, Va., Jan. 3, 1822 
William and Hannah Weeks, at Newport. 
American of Jan. 29, 1822 

LOCERAINE Clarrissa and James Allman, 

both of and at Scituate, Dec. 4, 1828 

LOCKADE Susan Crowell and Willard Lever- 
ing, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pattison, Nov. 13, 1831 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 141 

LOCKE Levi, of Lexington, and Susan Simonds, 

at Boston. American of Dec. 8, 1829 

LOCKHART John Gibson, Esq., and Sophia 
Charlotte Scott, eldest - daughter of Sir 
Walter, at Edinburgh, Scot. American of July 7, 1820 

LOCKRAINE Clarrissa and James Ailman, 
both of and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 
Choules, Nov. 27, 1828 

LOCKWOOD Mary Ann and Joseph Phillips, 
both of Warwick, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Pickering, June 10, 1827 

Mary, daughter of Benoni, and Edward Dana, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, Nov. 5, 1827 

Robert, merchant, and Mrs. Mary P. Bowen, 
widow of Benjamin, Jr., formerly of Maury 
Co., Tenn., at Little Falls, N. Y. Amer- 
ican of May 23, 1828 

Sarah, daughter of Benoni, Esq., and Dr. 
Samuel B. Tobey, both of and at Provi- 
dence, Sept. 12, 1828 

Robinson and Amey Young, both of and at 

Warwick, by Rev. Mr. "Manchester, Sept. 7, 1829 

Phebe J. and Reuben J. Peckham, of Provi- 
dence, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, Sept. 15, 1830 
LOFTS Mary and Joshua Cossack. To secure 
her swain against the gripe of her unfeel- 
ing creditors the bride crossed the highway 
in a state of perfect nudity previous to 
going into church, in England. American 
of May IS, 1810 

LOGAN Mary A., of Providence, and Robert 
Wilson, of New York, at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Brown, Aug. S, 1827 

LOGEE Olney, of Burrillville, and Mary S. Mar- 
tin, of and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, May 13, 1829 
LONG Tilney, said to be the richest heiress in 
England. Her income is ;^8o,ooo per 
annum ; and William Wellesley Pole, 
nephew of Lord Wellington. American of May i, 1812 

Major S. H., U. S. Engineer, and Martha 

Hodgkiss, at Philadelphia. American of March 23, 1819 

Eunice and James Eldredge, at Pawtucket. 

American of April 22, 1828 

Lieut. James Collins, U. S. Navy, and Mary 
Olivia Gilman, youngest daughter of Nath- 
aniel, Esq., at Exeter, N. H. American of June 9, 1829 

Edward J. and Lucy Ann Elliott, at Boston, 

American of May 20, 1831 



142 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

LONGLEY Mrs. Prescilla and Rufus Farnum, 

both of Boston, in this town. American of June 13, 181 5 
Sarah and Peleg Sweet, both of and at Albion, 

Smithfield, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, April 8, 1827 

Otis, of Boyleston, and Lydia Patch, of and 

at Worcester. American of June i, 1827 

Samuel, of New York, and Lydia A. Fiske, 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Seamans, April 28, 1828 
Rebecca and George W. Lawrence, at 

Lowell. American of July 27, 1830 

LONSDALE James and Betsy Fairbrother, 

both of and at Providehce, by Rev. Mr. 

Pickering, Oct. 2, 1828 

LOOMIS Lucy and Peter Pitman, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev, Mr. Baker, Aug. 12, 1819 

LOPEZ Juliet, daughter of late Aaron, of New- 
port, and Jacob Levy, late of North Caro- 
lina, at New York. American of Jan. 9, 1824 
Samuel and Caroline Tallman, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, March 25, 1824 

John and Sarah Kimball, of Ipswich, at Bos- 
ton. American of May 14, 1830 
LORD Levi, of North Providence, 'and Judeth 

Maxwell, of and at Providence, Dec. 5, 1822 

Henry and Mrs. Abby H. Greene, both of 

Providence, at Johnston. American of June 24, 1823 

James and Olive French, both of Attleboro, 

at Pawtucket. American of July 11, 1823 

Samuel, Esq., and Elizabeth Whitridge, at 

Tiverton. American of May 25, 1824 

Phebe PL and Rev. Thomas C. Upham, Prof. 

of Metaphysics and Moral Philosophy at 

Bowdoin College, at Kennebunkport, Me. 

American of May 27, 1825 

Jesse and Mrs. Lydia Sweetland, both of and 

at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, Dec. 18, 1825 

Betsey W. and Nathaniel G. Upham, Esq., 

attorney at law, of Concord, N. H., at Ken- 
nebunkport, Me. American of Nov. 3, 1829 
Milley and Reuben Wood, Jr., at Boston. 

American of July 2, 1830 

LORING John, of Boston, and Hannah Homans, 

of Beverly, in this town. American of Nov. 2, i8io 

Charles G., Esq., of Boston, and Anna P. 

Brace, at Litchfield, Ct., April 30, 1818 

William J., Esq., and Anna Thorndike, 

daughter of Hon. Israel T., at Boston, by 

Rev. Mr. Young. American of Oct. 21, 1825 

Martha and Gersham Clement, at Barnstable. 

American of ' April 23, 1830 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 143 

LORING Seth, of New Bedford, and Laura A. 

Thomas, of and at Marshfield. American of April 15, 1831 
LOTHROP Zebediah and Eliza Earle, second 
daughter of Hon. Caleb, at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Edes. Feb. i, 1825 

Henry W. and Louisa Thornton, daughter of 
Gideon, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Edes, Aug. 9, 1827 

Cornelia Sophia, daughter of Daniel, Esq., 
and George G. Willis, of New York, at 
Norwich, Ct., by Rev. Dr. Strong, March 18, 1828 

Sarah Ann and John , Whipple, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 11, 1829 

Rev. Samuel Kirkland, of Dover, N. H., and 
Mary Lyman Buckminster, daughter of 
the late Rev. Dr. Buckminster, of Ports- 
mouth, N. H., at Boston, by Rev. Mr. 
Greenwood, June 3, 1829 

Adeline and Ebenezer S. Smith, at Boston. 

American of Feb. 5, 1830 

Eliza D. and Stephen Smith, at Boston. 
American of Feb. S, 1830 

LOTT Allen O. and Nancy F. Place, at Johns- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Manchester, Oct. 30, 1828 

LOUD Z and Betsey Angell, daughter of 

Thomas, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Edes, Oct. 2, 1817 

LOVE Mrs. Nancy, of Providence, and Capt. 
James Welles, of Hopkinton, at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. lO, 1820 

Charles, Jr., and Mary Tripp, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Sept. 11, 1828 

LOVEJOY Louisa, of Concord, Mass., and Rich- 
ard Craycroft, of Philadelphia, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, April 22, 1827 
LOVELL Lavina and Rufus Sprague, both of 

and at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Manchester, Feb. i, 1829 

Capt. George and A. D. M. Hallett, daughter 
of B , at Osterville. American of June 25, 1830 

Eliza G. and Capt. Eleazer Scudder, at Barn- 
stable. American of Aug. 20, 1830 

William S. and Mary Ann Pallies, at Boston. 

American of Sept. 24, 1830 

Mehitable and Almon Partridge, at Worces- 
ter. American of May 13, 1831 
LOVERING Joseph, Esq., and Mrs. Mary L. 

Wells, at Boston. American of Oct. 16, 1829 

Ira and Mary Preston, at Boston, May 12, 1831 

Willard and Susan Crowell Lockade, at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Pattison, Nov. 13, 1831 



144 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



LOVETT Squire and Mary Robmson, both of 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
LOVIE William and Rhoda White, daughter of 
the late Noah, at Newport. American of 

William and Martha Bigley, daughter of 
Capt. John, at Newport, 

Adeline S. and Jeremiah Washburn, at Bos- 
ton. American of 
LOW Benjamin and Eleanor Briggs, in this town, 
by Rev. Ur. Gano, 

John and Martha Herring, both of and at 
this town, by Rev. Dr. Crocker. Ameri- 
can of 

Phebe Ann and William U. Arnold, both of 
and at Warwick. American of 

Major John, of Woodstock, Ct., and Hannah 
Aplin, of and at Pomfret, Ct., by Rev. Mr. 
Porter, 

Nathaniel, of Waterville, aged 83, and Miss 
Patty McFarlin, aged 56, at Fairfield, Mass. 
American of 

Joseph and Mary M. Coggeshall, daughter of 
the late Charles, both of and at Providence. 
American of 

Charlotte, daughter of Charles, and Thomas 
H. Stafford, both of and at Providence, 

Martha N. and William Babcock, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

Ephraim P. and Hannah Q. Andrews, at Ex- 
eter, Conn. American of 

Samuel, Jr., and Maria A. Himes, at War- 
wick, R. I., by Rev. Mr. Tatem, 

Samuel, Jr., and Maria A. Himes, at War- 
wick, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, 

Isaiah and Susannah Coolidge, at Boston. 
American of 
LOWDER Charlotte and George Titcomb, at 

Roxbury. American of 
LOWELL John, Jr., Esq., and Georgiana M. 
Amory, daughter of late Jonathan, Esq., 
at Boston, 
LUCAS William, Esq., and Charlotte Hume, 
daughter of John, Esq,, of and at Charles- 
ton, S. C, 

Mrs. Eliza, of Taunton, and Dr. William S. 
Williams, of Deerfield, Mass., at Taunton. 
American of 
LUCE Eliza and Sylvester S. Newman, at War- 
ren. American of 



Jan. 22, 1812 

July 21, 1812 

May 19, 1828 

Sept, 24, 1830 

Aug. 12, 1813 

July 5, 1 814 
March 10, 1820 

Dec. 25, 1820 

Feb. 23, 1 82 1 

June 22, 1 82 1 
Oct. 15, 1822 

Oct. 8, 1826 
March 7, 1828 
Nov. 16, 1828 
Nov. 23, 1828 

Dec. 4, 1829 
Oct. 23, 1829 

April 6, 1825 

Oct. 7, 1819 

Nov. I, 1822 
Jan. 30, 1827 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



145 



LUDLOW Rev. Peter, Jr., and Sally S. Gano, 

daughter of Rev. Mr. Gano, who married 

them, 
James, of New York, and Mrs. Clarissa A. 

Robbins, of Providence, at East Windsor, 

Ct., by R. G. Robbins, 
LUFKIN Abigail and John Mussey, at Salem. 

American of 
LUNSON John U., of New York, and Elizabeth 

E. Sanford, daughter of late Ellery, at 

Bristol, by Rt. Rev. Bishop Griswold. 

American of 
LUSBY Ruth and Capt. Jacob Jones, U. S. 

Navy, at Colchester, Md. American of 
LUSCOMB Robert and Emeline Lincoln, at 

Taunton. American of 
LUTHER William and Deborah Brown, at 

Warren. American of 
Polly and Isaac Bowen, at Warren. Ameri- 
can of 
Mrs. Betsey and Samuel Young, 3d, by Rev. 

Mr. Gano, 
Hannah E. and Peleg Sherman, both of and 

at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Towle, 
Lorania M. and William A. Smith, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, ■ 
Julia Ann and Thomas Munro, both of Bristol,. 

at Warren. American of 
Sarah and James Carpenter, at Pawtucket, 

by Rev. Mr. Benedict. American of 
Mrs. Sabra and Joseph Kent, at Warren. 

American of 
Harvey and Amey Corey, daughter of the 

late Capt. William, both of and at this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 
Sylvester and Lydia Reynolds, at Bristol. 

American of 
Ann and Samuel Drowne, both of and at 

Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford. American 

of 
Mary and Robert Woodward, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 
Joseph P. and Harriet B. Westcott, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Lydia, of Swanzey, and Ebenezer Grant, 

of and at Barrington. American of 
Capt. Joseph G. and Tamer Luther, daugh- 
ter of James, both of and at Swanzey. 

American of 



Nov., 22, 1824 

Aug. 17, 1831 
Dec. 25, 1829 

March 6, 1827 

Sept. 21, 1819 

Dec. 10, 1830 

Nov. 15, 1808 

Nov. 22, 1808 

Nov. 10, 181 1 

Oct. 3, 181S 

March 24, 1817 

May 30, 1817 

Nov. 6, 1818 

Dec. 8, 1818 

Jan. 16, 1820 
' April 7, 1820 

May 9, 1820 

Dec. 10, 1820 

Dec. 17, 1820 

April 10, 1 82 1 

April 13, 1821 



146 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



LUTHER Tamer, daughter of James, and Capt. 
Joseph G. Luther, both of and at Swanzey. 
American of 

Henry and Fanny Thurston, at Pawtucket. 
American of 

John B. and Lydia Luther, both of and at 
Swanzey. American of 

Lydia and John B. Luther, both of and at 
Swanzey. American of 

Amos and Sally Hill, of Taunton^ at Welling- 
ton, Mass. American of 

Patience, daughter of Amos, and Thomas B. 
Amesbury, of New Bedford, at Wellington, 
Mass. American of 

Margaret, daughter of late John, of Warren, 
and George Hoar, at Bristol. American of 

Jeremiah C. and Mary T. Wheeler, at War- 
ren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford. American of 

Nancy, of Warren, and Gardiner Morse, of 
Somerset, at Warren. Americin of 

John and Sophia P. Searle, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Merrett, 

Caleb S. and Abby Saunders, daughter of 
John, both of and at Providence, 

Rodney and Lucy Lackey, both of Provi- 
dence. American of 

Fanny, daughter of Job, and Samuel Hicks, 
at Swanzey. American of 

Josias Lyndon, of Providence, and Mary 

Eliza Westcott, daughter of Major , 

of and at Johnston. American ot 

Edward and Mary Ann Tefft, both of and at 
Providence. American of 

Amey Cole, daughter of Martin, of Warren, 
and Joseph Easterbrooks, of Swanzey, at 
Warren. American of 

Tamor H. 'and Capt. Sylvester Eddy, both 
of and at Warren. American of i 

Abby, daughter of Samuel, of Swanzey, and 
James Richards, of Warren, at Swanzey. 
American of 

Israel and A Wilbour,both of Taunton, 

at New Bedford. American of 

Elisha C. and Ann K. Robinson, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, 

Joanna and Stephen Thurber. both of Warren. 
American of 

Mahala, of Swanzey, Mass., and. Israel An- 
thony, of Troy, Mass., at Swanzey. Amer- 
ican of 



April 13, 1 82 1 

Sept. 25, 1821 

Oct. s, 1821 

Oct. S, 1821 

Dec. 14, 1 82 1 

Dec. 14, 1821 
Feb. 12, 1822 

April 12, 1822 
Aug. 2, 1822 

Aug. 29, 1822 
Oct. 20, 1822 
Oct. 22, 1822 
Dec. 13, 1822 

Dec. 31, 1822 
June 17, 1823 

Sept. 12, 1823 
Oct. 14, 1823 

Jan. 13, 1824 

Jan. 16, 1824 

March 29, 1824 

Sept. 10, 1824 

April IS, 1825 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 147 

LUTHER Caleb and Fanny Lackey, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Mudge, May 17, 1825 

Charles and Eliza Ann Mason, daughter of 
Stephen, Esq., both of and at Warren, by 
Rev. Mr. Welsh, Oct. 30, 1825 

Lloyd and Rebecca B. Munroe, both of and 
at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Welsh, Nov. 8, 1825 

Henry and Abby Hicks, both of and at 

Swanzey, by Rev. Mr. Taylor, Feb. 12, 1826 

Sally Eliza, only daughter of Col. Giles, and 
Timothy Coggeshall, Esq., both of and at 
Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Mann, Aug. 21, 1826 

Eliza, of Warren, and George W. Bowen, of 
Olneyville, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Cheney, Dec. 10, 1826 

Mary Ann, of Bristol, an"d James Walford, of 
Providence, at Bristol, Jan. 29, 1827 

Joseph and Clarrissa Hay ward, both of Bel- 
lingham, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Bene- 
dict, Feb. 20, 1827 

Joseph, of Warren, and Fidelia Esther Niles, 

of and at Providence, April i, 1827 

Capt. Salisbury, formerly of Warren, and 
Betsey Eddy, of Fall River, at Swanzey, 
by Rev. Mr. Taylor, Oct. 11, 1827 

Martha T., daughter of late Joseph, of Som- 
erset, and Benjamin Bufifington, of Swan- 
zey, at Somerset. American of Oct. 19, 1827 

Harvey, of Scituate, and Abby Bowen, of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, April 21, 1828 

James and Ardelia Wheaton, daughter of late 
Joseph, at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Stoddard, July 6, 1828 

James and Sarah Ann Sprague, both of and 

at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Manchester, Feb. 25, 1829 

Job and Caroline Ormsbee, daughter of late 
Elijah, both of and at Providenfce, by Rev. 
Mr. Phillips, Oct. 15, 1829 

Louisa and Levi Wheaton, at Warren, by 
Rev. Mr. Welsh. American of Sept. 28, 1830 

Thomas and Adeline Peck, daughter of Col. 
Robert, at Swanzey, by Rev. Mr. Davis. 
American of Feb. 15, 1831 

Henry Giles and Ann Eliza Williams, daugh- 
ter of Henry, both of and at Providence, at 
the Richmond Street Church, May 12, 1831 

Pamelia A. and Joseph S. Barber, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Nov. 10, 1831 

Mary, of Providence, and Nathan T. Carpen- 
ter, of Preston, Penn., at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Waterman, April i, 1832 



148 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

LUTHER Hannah, of Swanzey, and David 
Anthony, Esq., of Somerset, at Swanzey, 
by David Gray, Esq., Jan. 27, 1833 

LYE John and Elizabeth M. Lindsey, both of 

and at Lynn. American of June 18, 1824 

LYMAN George and Elizabeth Gray Otis, daugh- 
ter of Hon. H. G., at Boston. American 
of June 12, 1810 

Sarah, daughter of Hon. Daniel, of North 
Providence, and Lemuel H. Arnold, Esq., 
attorney at law, of Providence, at North 
Providence, June 23, 18 19 

Abigail B., daughter of Erastus, of Nor- 
wich, Ct., and William Greene, of Cincin- 
nati, O., son of Hon. Ray, of Warwick, at 
Northampton, Mass., April 30, 1821 

William, of Philadelphia, and Mary Boott, 
daughter of Kirk, at Boston. American of May 11, 1821 

Theodore, Jr., of Boston, and Elizabeth Hen- 
derson, daughter of William, Esq., at New 
York. American of May 22, 1821 

Anna, daughter of late Gen. William, of 
Massachusetts,and Rev.Samuel Sitgreaves, 
Rector of St. Stephen's Church, Wilkes- 
barre, Penn., at Philadelphia. American of Dec. 26, 1823 

Norman, of Hartford, Ct., and Elizabeth Wal- 
ker, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering, Dec. 27, 1824 

Louisa, daughter of Hon. Daniel, and Dr. 
George H. Tillinghast, of Providence, at 
North Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes. 
American of ' Oct. 14, 1825 

Julia Maria, youngest daughter of Hon. 
Daniel, and John H. Easton, at North 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Sept. 18, 1826 

Margaret, daughter of Hon. Daniel, of North 
Providence, and Samuel Arnold, of Provi- 
dence, at North Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Edes, Nov. 5, 1827 

H. B. and Caroline Dyer, eldest daughter of 
Elisha, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, March 2, 1829 

Rowland, of Lowell, Mass., and Mary How- 
land, daughter of John, Esq., of and at 
Providence, by Rev, Dr. Edes, Jan. 2, 1832 

John W., of North Providence, and Eliza 

Wheaton, daughter of Col. .Seth, of and at 

Providence^ by Rev. Mr. Hall, Nov. 14, 1832 

LYND Rev. Samuel W., of Bordentown, N. J., 

and Leonora M. Stoughton, daughter of 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES I49 

LYND: 

Rev. William, D. D., President of Colum- 
bia College, at Washington City. Ameri- 
can of Aug. 26, 1823 
LYNDON David W. and Eliza Carpenter, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 10, 1830 

LYNDE B. S., of New York, and Eliza Newton, 

of and at Providence, Oct. 6, 1828 

LYNE Lieut. W. B., U. S. Navy, and Eliza 
Veale, of Portsmouth, Va., at Washington 
City, by Rev. Mr. Wingfield, June 14, 1829 

LYON Joseph, Jr., and Phebe Mumford, daugh- 
ter of the late Joseph, both of and at New- 
port, married by Rev. Mr. Gibson. Amer- 
ican of Nov. 14, 1809 
LYONS Elizabeth and Capt. John Reynolds, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Preston, Nov. 26, 1818 
LYON James, of Newport, and Sophia Pool, of 

and at Tisbury. American of Oct. 25, 1822 

Harriet, daughter of Joseph, and John W. 

Davis, 3d. American of Nov. 5, 1822 

Jasper, of Woodstock, Ct., and Phebe Smith 

Stafford, of and at Warwick, June 5, 1823 

Nancy and Thomas Blanding, at Attleboro, July 15, 1823 

Elizabeth, daughter of late Capt. William, 
of Newport, and John S. Weeden, of Bris- 
tol, at Newport. American of Oct. 14, 1823 
Luther and Mrs. Fanny Dean, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Brown, May 30, 1824 

Lucy, of Providence, and Thomas Jefferson 
Arnold, of Smithfield, at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 9, (825 

Edward S., of Newport, and Eliza Gibbs, 
daughter of John, of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, Nov. 21, 1826 

LYONS Sarah and Timothy Hancock, at Paw- 
tucket. American of April 22, 1828 
LYON Amey Ann and Orvilla Chaffee, both of 

and at Seekonk, Oct. 5, 1828 

Rebecca and Bartlett Morton, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Tobey, Oct. 8, 1828 

William and Sarah Ann Peckham, daughter 
of Daniel, both of and at Newport, by Rev. 
Mr. Choules, March 8, 1829 

Susan, eldest daughter of Aaron, and Thomas 
Burr, of Reading, Conn., at Albany. 
American of Dec. 3, 1830 

Ann Maria and Edwin Wilbur, at Newport. 
American of Dec. 28, 1830 



150 VITAL RECORD OP RHODE ISLAND 

LYON Mary A. and Benjamin Brittain, at 

Smithfield, Sept. 16, 1832 



M 



MACARTHY Mary Ann, daughter of Roger, of 

Clinton, Jones Co., (ja., and Samuel C. 

Lippitt, formerly of Providence, at said 

Clinton, Jan. 15, 1824 

MAC CI Tareza, of Athens, Greece, and James 

Black, Esq., of Yarmouth, Eng., at Elgina, 

Greece, by Rev. Jonas King. She is the 

heroine whom Lord Byron, in his poem, 

addressed as 

" Maid of Athens ere we part. 

Give, oh give me, back my heart." Jan. 28, 1829 

MACK Ebenezer, Editor American Journal, of 

Ithaca, N. Y., and Eleanor Day, at Romu- 
lus, N. Y. American of April 4, 1820 
MACKAWIS Cloe Pi, or Jumping Rabbit, a 

belle of the Chickasaw tribe, and Col. Da- 
rius Hobson, U. S. Army, of Alabama. 

American of Dec. 11, 1829 

MACKAY John, Jr., and Mary G. Robinson, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, Dec. 10, 1816 

Samuel M., Esq., Aide to Maj. Gen. Brown, 

and Catharine G. Dexter, daughter of -late 

Hon. Samuel, at Boston, by Rev. Dr. 

Freeman, ' April 15, 1817 

MACKER Marietta, of Taunton, and Joseph 

Borden, of Fall River, at Taunton, May i, 1831 

MACKIE Dr. Peter and Frances Nye, daughter 

of Nathan, Esq., of Sandwich, at Ware- 
ham, by Rev. Noble Everett, Feb. 17, 1813 
Charity, youngest daughter of Dr. Andrew, 

and James Pickens, of Boston, merchant, 

at Wareham, by Rev. Noble Everett, June 15, 1814 

Dr. John and Mrs. Mary Hampton Young 

Jones, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 29, 1818 
John and Rebecca Straight, daughter of 

Capt. Thomas, of West Greenwich, at Co- 
ventry, by Rev. Mr. Tillinghast, May 4, 1820 



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151 



MACKINTIRE Lucina, daughter of Simeon, 
Esq , of Glocester, and Col. John Gray, 
formerly of Southbridge, Mass., at Gloces- 
ter. American of 
MACKINTOSH Sarah and Albert Homer, at 

Boston. American of 
MACKLIN Mrs. Margaret, aged SS.and Charles 
Woods, soldier of the Revolution, aged 8i, 
in Hills, N. C, 
MACLAY Mary Ann, daughter of Rev. Archi- 
bald, and William Wright, at Boston. 
American of 
MACLEAN David, Editor of the Greensburgh 
Gazette, and Jane Morrow, daughter of 
Paul, Esq., of Greenbush, at Delaware, N. 
Y. American of 
MECLENBURGH-SCHWEREN Grand Duke 
of and Her Serene Highness, Princess Au- 
gusta Frederica of Hesse Hamburg, in 
Germany. American of 
MACOMB Isabella and Maj. Gen. Joseph Bloom- 
field, of Burlington, N. J., at Courtlandt, 
N. Y. American of 

Catharine, daughter of Maj. Gen. Macomb, 
and John Mason, Esq., Secretary U. S. 
Legation to Mexico, at Georgetown, D. C, 
by Rev. Mr. Addison, 
MACOMBER Samuel, of this town, and Ann 
H. Fitzpatrick, of and at Savannah, Ga., 

Wealthy, of Norton, Mass., and Caleb E. 
Perry, Esq., of Attleboro, at Norton. 
American of 

Edward.and Christiana Sherman, daughter of 
William, at Tiverton. American of 

Mrs. Ann H. and Dr. Charles Belton, at Da- 
rien, Ga. American of 

Jeremiah and Sarah T. Tabor, at New Bed- 
ford. American of 

Frederick S. and Ruth Gage, both of and at 
Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Greene, 

Hannah, formerly of Providence, and Capt. 
James Howard, at Charleston, S. C, 

Gilbert and Maria Brigham, both of and at 
North Providence, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 

Lucy and Philip Mason, at Taunton. Amer- 
ican of 

Isaac, of Fall River, and Mercy Hill, daugh- 
ter of late Capt. Jonathan, of and at War- 
ren, by Rev. Mr. Stoddard, 



May IS, 1821 
July 9, 1830 

Dec. 5, 1829 

March 30, 1830 

April 4, 1820 

May 26, 1818 
Nov. 10, 1820 

April S, 1827 
Feb. S, 1812 

June 18, 1816 
Feb. 23, 1821 

July 6, 1821 
Aug. 3, 1821 

Jan. 8, 1827 

Feb. 14, 1827 

Nov. II, 1827 

Jan. IS, 1828 

May 30, 1829 



152 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

MACPHERSON Lieut, Joseph S., U. S. Navy, 

and Elizabeth Washington, daughter of 

Lund, tLsq., both of and at Washington, 

D..C. American of Feb. i6, 1819 

MACTIER Alexander, of the firm of Mactier & 

Co., New York, and Catharine Osborn, 

daughter of late John, of and at Boston. 

American of Nov. 2, 1824 

MADISON Deborah and Samuel Farris, both of 

Valley Falls, Smithfield, at Pawtucket, by 

Rev. Dr. Benedict. American of Dec. 19, 1823 

William and Rhoby Slocum, at New Bedford. 

American of July 30, 1830 

MAEGILL Thomas, of Washington City, and 

Emily Wilson, of Prince George Co., Md., 

at Washington, by Rev. Mr. Johns, Feb. 15, 1831 

MAGAW William, jr., Esq., of Meadeville, and 

Adeline B. Chappotin, of Providence, at 

Meadeville, Penn., April 27, 1819 

MAGEE Capt. William F. and Nancy D. Car- 

lile, youngest daughter of Col. John, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Sept. 25, 1821 
Hon. John, M. C. from N. Y., and Arabella 

Snowden, of and at Washington City, by 

Rev. Mr. Hawley, Feb. 22, 1831 

MAGEVIS Eliza, daughter of J. M., Esq., of St. 

Thomas, and James H. Hicks, formerly of 

Boston, merchant, at St. Thomas. Amer- 
ican of June 9, 1829 
MAGRUE James and Sarah Magrue, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Woodley, July 8, 1828 
Sarah and James Magrue, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Woodley, July 8, 1828 

MAGUIRE Sarah Ann and Nathan Hill, Jr., 

both of North Kingstown, at Wickford. 

American of Nov. 25, 1823 

George and Mary Prentice, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Feb. 8, 1824 

Elizabeth P., of Providence, and George 

Greene, of Nantucket, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Phillips. American of Sept. 11, 1832 

MAHONEY Cornelius and Martha C. Hill, both 

of this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 26, 1813 

MAINE Emeline S. and Edward M. Blanding, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Edes. American of Jan. 28, 1825 

MAJOR Mrs. Agnes and Dr. John Park, of Bos- 
ton, at Framingham, Mass. American of July 5, 1814 
Caroline Dennie and Caleb Ingraham Pratt, 

at Boston, April ;, 183 1 



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153 



MAKEPEACE Persis N., daughter of Jonathan, 

Esq., of Saugus, Mass., and James Burrell, 

2d, of Providence, at Saugus, Mass., by 

Rev. Mr. Redding, June i6, 1822 

MALBONE Eliza Tweedey, daughter of late 

Hon. Francis, of Newport, and George 

Larned, of Providence, at Newport, by 

Rev. Mr. Wheaton, Oct. 9, 1823 

MALCOLM Ann and Ezra West, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 7, 1815 

MALIBRAN Eugene, Esq., and Marie Felicite 

Garcia, of the Italian Opera Company, at 

New York. American of March 31, 1826 

MALLETT Edward J., Esq., of Fayetteville, N. 

C, and Sarah Fenner, daughter of Hon. 

James, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. 11, 1820 

Joseph and MSry Ann G. Carpenter, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 23, 1828 

Catharine S. and Henry Lemon, at Salem. 

American of May 13, 1831 

MALTBY Rev. Erastus, of Taunton, and Almira 

Smith, of and at East Haven, Sept. 7, 1826 

MANCHESTER Sarah, daughter of Capt. Isaac, 

and George Coggeshall, both of and at 

Bristol. American of Nov. 10, 1812 

Florinda, of Johnston, and Jeremiah Field, of 

and at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Stone, March '7, 1813 

William C, of Warwick, and Harriet Warner, 

daughter of the late Capt. John, of this 

town, by Rev. Dr. Gano. American of Jan. 6, 1815 

William, of Smithfield, and Elizabeth Sweet, 

daughter of Benajah, of this town, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, Oct. 26, 181 5 

Sally and John H. Whipple, merchant, at 

Smithfield, Jan. 14, 1816 

Mary and Anthony Shaw, both of and at 

Providence. American of May ip, 1816 

Israel G. and Tabitha Fenner, daughter of 

the late James, both of and at Scituate, by 

Rev. Mr. Stone, Dec. i, 1816 

Joseph, Jr., and Julia Ann Havens, both of 

and at Coventry, by Rev. Mr. Manchester, Nov. 23, 1817 
Ruth, eldest daughter of Capt. Abraham, 

and George Almy, merchant, both of and 

at Tiverton, by Rev. Mr. Peckham, Feb. i, 1818 

Madeline and Jesse Richards, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, March 4, i8i8 

William C, Esq., and Susan Harris, of Crans- 
ton, daughter of the late Andrew, of War- 
wick, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, June 14, 1818 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



MANCHESTER Charles, of Providence, and 
AltTiira Fales Almy, daughter of the late 
Capt. Samuel, of and at Tiverton, by Rev. 
♦ Benjamin Peckhani, 

Marcy Sheldon and Charles Scott,, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. American of 

Ann, daughter of Thomas, and John Rogers, 
both of Middletown, at Newport. Amer- 
ican of 

Elizabeth, daughter of William, and Stephen 
Barker, Jr., both of and at Newport. Amer- 
ican of 

Willard, formerly of Providence, and Mary 
Taylor, daughter of the late Coggeshall, 
Esq., of Portsmouth, at Nashville, Tenn., 

Marcy, daughter of Thomas, of Middletown, 
and Benjamin Brown, of Portsmouth, at 
Newport. American of 

Richard, of Bristol, and Hannah Martin, of 
and at Rehoboth, by Elder Luther. Amer- 
ican of 

Job and Mrs. Rebecca Arnold, at Warwick. 
American of 

Capt. Stephen, of Coventry, and Ruth Rem- 
ington, of and at Cranston, 

Eliza and George Slocum, both of and at 
Tiverton, 

Israel G., Esq., and Mrs. Margaret K. Fiske, 
second daughter of late Col. Stephen Shel- 
don, at Scituate. American of 

Eliza, daughter of Samuel, of Middletown, 
and Peleg Albro, of Portsmouth, at New- 
port. American of 

Fanny and William Reynolds, Jr., at Bristol. 
American of 

Almira, daughter of Capt. James, and Abra- 
ham Brown, at Tiverton. American of 

Eliza, of Little Compton, and William A. 
Collins, of New Bedford, at Little Comp- 
ton. American of 

Amey and William T. Smith, both of and at 
Providence. American of 

Maria, of West Greenwich, and Leonard 
Bolles, of Cranston, at West Greenwich, by 
Rev. Mr. Manchester, 

Abby Knight, youngest daughter of Col. 
Israel, and Carver Hopkins, both of and 
at Scituate. American of 

William, of Dighton, and Catharine W. 
Chace, daughter of John, of and at Swan- 
zey. American of 



Sept. 27, 1818 
Feb. 9, 1819 

March 12, 1819 

March 12, 1819 

June 2, 1819 

March 28, 1820 

June 20, 1820 

Sept. 12, 1820 

Oct. 8, 1820 

Aug. S, 1821 

Dec. 18, 1 82 1 

March 29, 1822 
Nov. I, 1822 
Jan. 7, 1823 

Jan. 7, 1823 
March 7, 1823 

June 15, 1823 

Oct. 7, 1823 

May 7, 1824 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 



155 



MANCHESTER Sally B., of Westport, and John 
Hoxsie, of Little Compton, at Westport. 
American of 

Elnathan and Mrs. Sarah B. Sterne, daugh- 
ter of late Capt. William H. Baker, at 
Newport. American of 

Rachal and Robert Fish, both of and at Tiv- 
erton. American of 

Julia Ann and Capt. Lowry Aborn, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Catharine L., daughter of Gideon, and Wil- 
liam B. Merrill, both of Warwick, at Cen- 
treville. American of 

Salome Ann and Ebenezer Young Bassett, 
at Pawtucket, 

Lydia, of Westport, and Silas Lake, of Tiv- 
erton, at Westport. American of 

Susannah, of Middletown, and Job Almy, of 
Portsmouth, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 
Gammell, 

Eliza and George Sharp, both of and at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Seamans, 

Jacob and Caroline Pettes, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Cyrus B. and Abby C. Mathewson, eldest 
daughter of Capt. Henry, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Albert H. and Maria F. Mathewson, third 
daughter of Capt. Henry, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Barton and Betsey Rounds, at Warren, by 
Rev. Mr. Rexford, 

Adeline, of Fall River, and Capt. Nathaniel 
B. Mauran, of Providence, at Fall River, 

Mary Ann C. and John O. Borden, at Fall 
River, by Rev. Mr. Smith. American of 

John, Jr., and Sarah A. Peabodie, both of 
and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wight, 

Eliza, of Adamsville, and Philip Manchester, 
of Tiverton, at Adamsville. American of 

Philip, of Tiverton, and Eliza Manchester, 
of and at Adamsville. American of 

Phebe and Gilbert Tripp, at Westport. 
American of 

Dr. Charles F., of Pawtucket, and Amelia W. 
Ames, daughter of Asa, Esq., of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Amer- 
ican of 

Albert and Amelia Powell, both of and at 
Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Bristed, at St. Mich- 
ael's Church, 



July 9, 1824 

Dec. 28, 1824 

Feb. 4, 1825 

Oct. 19, 1825 

Oct. 28, 1825 

March 9, 1826 

March 10, 1826 

March 26, 1827 
July 25, 1827 
Sept. 3, 1827 

Sept. 17, 1827 

Sept. 18, 1827 
Oct. 25. 1827 
April 2, 1828 
May 6, 1828 
Nov. 23, 1828 
Jan. 30, 1829 
Jan. 30, 1829 

Sept, 18, 1829 

Dec. 4, 1829 
Aug. 18, 1 83 1 



156 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



MANCHESTER Deborah B.,of Providence, and 
Nelson Peirce, of Boston, at Bristol, by 
Rev. Mr. Bristed, Sept. 22, 1831 

MANDALL Catharine and Edward Dillin^am, 

2d, at New Bedford. American of Sept. 12, 1823 

MANLOVE Adalaide Lavinia and Thomas K. 

Greenbank, at Philadelphia. American of Sept. 29, 1829 
MANN Sally, of Medfield, and Timothy P. Whit- 
ney, Esq., of Wrentham, at Warren. 
American of Nov. 10, 181 2 

Phebe, of Cumberland, and Russell Smith, of 
Wickford, at Smithfield, by Isaac Com- 
stock, Esq., March 6, 1814 

Mercy, daughter of Samuel, andCapt. Mar- 
cus Arnold, both of and at Smithfield, June 26, 1814 

Anna, daughter of Alfred, and Patrick Dun- 
lap, both of and at Smithfield, July 3, 18 14 

Juliet Henrietta, of Leominster, and Theo- 
dore Bliss, of Boston, at Leominster, Mass. 
American of July 19, 1814 

William Metcalf, one of the editors of the 
American, and Catharine Sprout Comstock, 
youngest daughter of Dr. Ezekiel, of and 
at Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Edes, April 25, 1815 

Sarah Ann and Capt. Samuel Warner, both 
of and.at this, town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. i, 1815 

Rev. Joel, of Bristol, and Catharine Vernon, 
daughter of Samuel. Esq., of and at New- 
port, at Second Congregational Church, by 
Rev. Dr. Patten, " May 12, 1816 

Thomas S., of Franklin, Mass., and Eliza 
Scott, of and at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. 
Blake, July 23, 18 16 

William H., printer, and Charlotte Billings, 
at Dedham, Mass. American of Dec. 3, 1816 

Herman, Jr., and Ruthe^ Skilling, at Ded- 
ham. American of July 6, 18 19 

Charles and Mary D. Lathrop, at West Barn- 
stable, Mass. The groom has made him- 
self scarce. American of Nov. 23, 1819 

Sarah, daughter of Samuel, Esq., and Nathan 

Mo wry, at Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Dec. 30, 18 19 

Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Dr. James, and 
Thomas Cobb Williams, at Boston. Amer- 
ican of June 6, 1820 

Lieut. William H., of U. S. Army, and Mariah 
McKane, at Baltimore. American of Nov. 20, 182 1 

Capt. Barnabas and Roxalyn Pulsifer, both of 
Waltham, Mass., at Providence, by Abel 
Allen, Esq., Nov. 21, 1822 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 157 

MANN Mary H., eldest daughter of David E., 
and Benjamin Lewis, both of and at Provi- 
dence. American of Aug. 24, 1824 

Daniel, Esq., of Woonsocket, and Phebe Har- 
ris, at Smithfield, Aug. 3, 1826 

William H. and Sarah S. Flagg, by Rev. Mr. 

Pickering, April 23, 1827 

Mrs. Lydia and David Morse, of Foxboro, at 

Walpole. American of Dec. 23, 1828 

Ann Scott, of Newport, and Lieut. Thomas 
Skinner Brown, of U. S. Corps of Engi- 
neers, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, April 21, 1829 

Mary and David Stratton, of Amherst, at 

Boston. American of April 2, 1830 

Lucretia and William Wilbur, at Hubbard- 
ston. American of Aug. 6, 1830 

Horace, of Dedham, and Charlotte Messer, 
youngest daughter of Rev. Dr. MesSer, at 
Dedham, by Rev. Mr. Pattison, Sept. 29, 1830 

MANNERS Charlotte Frances, eldest daughter 
of George, Esq., His Britannic Majesty's 
Consul for Massachusetts, and Henry Per- 
kins Andrews, Esq., of Boston, at Paw- 
tucket. American of May 27, 1823 

MANNING Abiah, of Tewksbury, Mass., and 
Betsey Henry, of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, May 10, 1812 

John and Delia Ward, daughter of Artemus, 

Esq., at Worcester, Dec. 14, 1825 

MANSFIELD Henry S. and Eliza Buffum, 
daughter of the late Joshua, all of and at 
Smithfield. American of Nov. 19, 1811 

MANSON Frederick H. and Mary Ann Rumrill, 
at Cambridge, by Rev. Mr. Gannett. 
American of Oct. 9, 1829 

MANSUR Elijah, Editor of Hillsboro Telegraph, 
and Mary Moore, at Keene, N. H. Amer- 
ican of Sept. I, 1820 
MANTER Grafton, of Providence, and Lucy 
Andrus, of and at Oxford, Mass. Amer- 
ican of April 5, 1825 
MANTON Joseph, of this town, and Mary Whip- 
ple, daughter of Jonathan, of and at Ux- 
bridge. May 6, 18 12 

Elizabeth and Samuel W. Wheeler, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, July 11, 1815 

Shadrach, of Johnston, and Amey Randall, 
second daughter of Dr. Stephen, of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Aug. 18, 1817 



158 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

MANTON AmasHj merchant, and Eliza Taylor, 
daughter of Andrew, both of and at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 4, 1817 

Col. Henry, of Johnston, and Ann Eliza 
Jenckes, eldest daughter of Capt. John, at 
Smithfield, by Rev. Dr. Gano, May 21, 1818 

Seril and Sarah M. Porter, at Kinderhook, 
N. Y., Jan. 2, 1820 

Dorcas and Peter Van Schaack, Jr., Esq., at 

Kinderhook, N. Y. American of Aug. 11, 1820 

Mary and John S. Mowry, at Glocester, by 

Edward Walden, Esq., May 13, 1821 

Mrs. Mary and John S. Mowry, in Glocester, 
by Edmund Walden, Esq., May 13, 1821 

[Was erroneously printed in American for 
May 22]. 

Salma, of Johnston, and Anstress P. Dyer, 
fourth daughter of Dr. Benjamin, at Cran- 
ston, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Aug. 14, 1822 

Maria, daughter of late Col. Edward, of John- 
ston, and Dr. Stephen Harris, of Warwick, 
at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, Oct. 13, 1822 

William J., of Johnston, and Freelove C. 
Jenckes, daughter of Capt. John, of and at 
Smithfield, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. 14, 1822 

Elisha, of Augusta, Ga., and Louisa Pope, 
daughter of late Dr. John, of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. American of Sept. 9, 1823 

Mary Ann, daughter of Col. Jeremiah, of 
Johnston, and Amory Chapin, of Provi- 
dence, at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 15, 1823 

Sophia, daughter of Daniel, of Johnston, and 
Independence Whipple, of Uxbridge, at 
Johnston. American of Jan. 30, 1824 

Col. Henry and Mary J. Dunn, daughter of 
late Capt. Bernon, at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, Aug. 15, 1827 

MANUEL Anthony and Ann Simmons, daugh- 
ter of Edward, Esq., at Newport, by Rev. 
.Mr. Gammell, Nov. 6, 1825 

MARBLE Miss and Mr. 

Stone, at Charlton, Mass. American of June 10, 1814 

Emeline and Luther Bassett, both of and at 

Newport, by Rev. Mr. Elton, May 8, 1820 

John H., of Somerset, Mass., and Mary Teel, 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. 
American of July 18, 1820 

Rebecca, of Newport, and Samuel Wheaton, 
of and at Warren. American of Dec. 10, 1822 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



159 



MARBLE John, Jr., of Somerset, and Ruth 
Barton, daughter of Elder William, of and 
at Taunton, by Asa Danforth, Esq., 
Mary B., daughter of Benjamin, and John 
Kalew, of Jamaica, at Newport, by Rev. 
Mr. Eddy, 
George R. and Ann C. Greene, both of and 
at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Welch, 

MARCH Charles, of New York, and Mary Pyne 
Hutchinson, at Charleston, S. C, by Rev. 
Bishop Bowen. American of 
Mary, formerly of Biddeford, Me., and Na- 
ham Jones, formerly of Warwick, Mass., 
at Boston, by Rev. Mr. Jenckes, 

MARCHANT Henry, Cashier of Manufacturers' 
Bank, and Nancy Wilkmson, daughter of 
Isaac, at Pawtucket. American of 
Elizabeth and Alexander H. Clapp, at Bos- 
ton. American of 
Silas and Mary Ann Mason, daughter of 
Major Edward, both of and at Pawtucket, 
by Rev. Mr. Philleo. 

MARCY Chester and Damaris Clarke, at Wood- 
stock, Ct. American of 
William L., Esq., Comptroller, and Cornelia 
Knower, eldest daughter of Benjamin, Esq., 
at Albany, N. Y. American of 

MARDENBROUGH Rhoda and Henry S. 
Newcomb, Lieut. U. S. Frigate President, 
at New York, by Rev. Dr. Bowen, 
Margaret Wright, daughter of late Christo- 
pher, of St. Kitts, W. I., and James Eaton, 
Esq., of Plainfield, Ct., at Newport, by Rev. 
Mr. Wheaton, 

MARETT Emily and King George, of Sanborn- 
ton. N. H., at Lexington. American of 

MAREAU Mary S. and William Tiffany, both 
of and at Baltimore. American of 
Louisa and Aaron Grimes, Jr., at Hubbard- 
ston. American of 

MARIE Louise Victorie, Princess of Saxe-Co- 
burg, and widow of the Prince of Linaugen, 
and His Royal Highness the Duke of 
Kent, fourth son of the British King. 
American of 

MARIA Louisa, ex-Empress, widow of Napoleon 
Bonaparte, and Count Nyberg, her cham- 
berlain, a very homely man but a gallant 
officer. Had lost an eye in battle. In 
Italy. American of 



March 29, 1826 

July 23, 1828 
June 14, 1829 

Feb. 2, 1819 

Feb. 27, 1 83 1 

Nov. 2, 1821 
Nov. 24, 1829 

March 15, 1830 
March 30, 1824 

May II, 1824 

April 16, 1814 

Nov. 3, 1814 

Dec. 3, 1830 

Oct. I, 1824 

Aug. 6, 1830 

Aug. 7, 1818 

April 27, '1 824 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



MARIA Louisa, ex-Empress, widow of Napoleon, 
she is in 35th year, and General Count 
Neiport. American of 
MARLAND Martha L. and Benjamin H. Punch- 

ard, at Andover. American of 
MARRELL Martha, of Concord, and Francis 
Curtis, of Boston, at Waltham. American 
of 
MARRIOTT James, of Hopkinton, and Lucinda 

Tracy, of and at Lisbon, Ct., 
MARSH Olivia and Cyrel Peck, Jr., both of Paw- 
tucket, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Hill, 

Polly and Timothy Taft, both of and at Ux- 
bridge. American of 

Elizabeth and Major Benjamin Watson, U. 
S. Army, at Pittsiield, Mass. American of 

Luther, Esq., and Margaret Leonard, both of 
and at Pompey, N. Y. American of 

Joseph W. and Lydia W. Davenport, nmth 
daughter of Charles, both of and at New- 
port. American of 

Samuel J. and Mary C. Williams, daughter of 
John, both of and at Newport. American 
of 

George and Susan Hall, youngest sister of 
Capt. Ahira, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano. American of 

Benjamin, Jr., and Catharine Castoff, both of 
and at Newport. American of 

Mary and Philip B. Stiness, at Slatersville, 
Smithfield. American of 

Elizabeth W., daughter of John, and James 
Atkinson, Senior Publisher of Rhode Isl- 
and Republican, at Newport, 

Emeline, of Cranston, and Samuel Harring- 
ton, of East Greenwich, at Cranston, by 
Rev. Dr. Edes, 

William H., of Newport, and Anna Eliza 
Bushee, daughter of Luther, of Providence, 
at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 

Mrs. Lucy, of Providence, and Charles 
Mason, of Swanzey, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Edes, 

Nabby, of Hingham, and Daniel Alden, at 
Randolph. American of 

Ebenezer E., of Providence, and Mary L. 
White, daughter of William, of and at 
Newport, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, 

Rev. James, President of Vermont Univer- 
sity, and Laura Wheelock, at Burlington, 
Vt. American of 



Oct. 21, 1825 
Oct. 23, 1829 

July 14, 1829 
Nov. 28, 1822 
Jan. 4, 1809 
July 24, 1 81 8 
Dec. 31, 1819 
March 13, 1821 

April 13, 1 82 1 

June I, 1821 

June li, 1821 
Oct. 12, 1821 
July IS, 1825 

April 6, 1 826 

May 6, 182; 

July s, 1827 

Jan. 24, 1828 
Dec. 23, 1828 

March 22, 1829 

Jan. 19, 1830 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES Igl 

MARSH Sophronia, niece of late Gen. David 
Thomas, and Thomas Arnold Larned, at 
Troy, N. Y., at residence of George Vail, 
Esq., by Rev. Mr. Butler. American of Julv ig, i8^2 

MARSHALL Sarah E., of Norwich, Ct.,.and •- - ^ ^ 
Oliver R. Northup, of North Kingstown, 
at Norwich. American of Feb. i, 1820 

Rev. Herbert, of Virgmia, and Ann Smith, 

of and at Bristol American of April 7, 1820 

Mary Ann and Danforth Newcomb, both of 

and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wig^ht, Feb. 4, 1822 

Lovey and Benjamin Mowry, both of and at 

Warwick. Americaii of April 9, 1822 

Susan and Henry G. Davis, both of and at 

Warwick. American of Oct. 28, 1823 

Almira, daughter of Josiah, Esq., of Boston, 
and Prof. Alva Woods, of Columbian Col- 
lege, Washington, D. C, at Boston. 
American of Dec. 16, 1823 

Ann and Ephraim Cobleigh, at Newport. 

American of April 27, 1824 

Benjamin and Eliza Clarke, daughter of 

Joseph, at Newport. American of Dec. 14, 1824 

Betsey S., daughter of William S., and Henry 
C. Leland, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Tobey, Aug. 17, 1826 

William, merchant, of Providence, and Betsey 
Fisher, of and at Wrentham, by Rev. Mr. 
Fiske, May 30, 1828 

Martha D., of Providence, and George W. 
Allen, of Boston, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Waterman, Sept. 28, 1828 

Stephen Bartlett and Elizabeth Waterman 

Boardman. at Newburyport. American of May 14, 1830 
Asa and Mary Braman, at Albion Village, Dec. 16, 1832 

MARSTON Ann Eliza, of Boston, and Henry 
De Wolfe, of Bristol, at Boston. Amer- 
ican of Nov. 4, 1808 
John and Louisa Newhall, at Lynn. Amer- 
ican of Sept. 10, 1830 
MARTERS John, of Marblehead, and Mrs. 

Hannah Neal, of and at Providence, Oct. 18, 1821 

MARTIN Martha and Abraham Aldrich, at Ux- 

bridge. American of Jan. 9, 1809 

Samuel B., formerly of this town, and Jane 
Buck, of and at Buckstown, Me. Ameri- 
can of Nov. 24, 1809 
^eorge W., of Newport, and Margaret C. 
Grieve, daughter of David, married by Rev. 
Dr. Crocker, Jan. i, 1810 



162 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

MARTIN Lucinda, eldest daughter of the late 

Capt. John, and John S. Larned, both of 

and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Williams. 

American of Oct. S, 1810 

Abigail, daughter of Hon. Simeon, and 

Major Martin Fearing, at Newport, by 

Rev. Mr. Wheaton. American of Jan. 22, 181 

Eliza Tweedy, daughter of Hon Simeon, and 

James Denny, of Boston, at Newport, by 

Rev. Mr. Wheaton. American of Jan. 22, 181 

Edward and Sarah Fowler, daughter of Chris- 
topher, Esq., at Newport. American of April 26, 181 
Henry and Marcy Sheldon, daughter of 

Capt. Charles, all of this town, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, Oct. 6, 181 

Joseph, Jr., and Ann E. Davenport, daughter 

of Charles, at Newport. American of Nov. 12, 181 

Lydia M., daughter of Dr. Calvin, of See- 

konk, and John Watson, Jr., of Rehoboth, 

at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Hill, Feb. 24, 1813 

Jonathan and Mary B. Allen, both of and at 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Aug. r, 18 13 

Ashbel, of this town, and Olive Fenner, 

daughter of Stephen, of and at Cranston, 

by Rev. Mr. Jacobs, April 28, 1814 

Samuel R. and Sally Bowen, both of and at 

Barrington, by Rev. Samuel Watson. 

American of Oct. 11, 18 14 

Mary, eldest daughter of Joseph, and James 

Arnold, merchant, by Rev. Mr. Baker, Oct. 3, 1815 

Sybel, second daughter of Joseph, and Henry 

S. Draper, merchant, by Rev. Mr. Baker, Oct. 3, 181 5 

Harriet, youngest daughter of Hon. Simeon, 

Esq., and Capt. Noah Allen, of Baltimore, 

at Seekonk, by Rev. .Mr. Thompson, Sept. 22, 1816 

Mary and Joseph Tabor, both of and at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Blake, Oct. 6, 1816 
Mrs. Fanny and John L. Winslow, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Sias, Dec. 21, 1817 

Betsey, youngest daughter of Valentine, Esq., 

and Charles Chandler Cushing, at Seekonk, 

by Rev. Mr. Pitman, Jan. 18, 18 18 

Thomas C. and Rosannah Daggett, at Attle- 

boro, by Rev. Mr. Carrique, Jan. 4, 1818 

Mary Gardiner, only daughter of the late 

Capt. James, of Newport, and Samuel 

Brown, naval officer Providence district, at 

Newport, by Rev. Romeo Elton, Aug. 4, .1818 

Betsey, widow of Capt. John, of Providence, 

and Rev. David McClure, D. D., of East 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



163 



MARTIN : 

Windsor, Ct., at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Preston. 

Richard C. and Louisa D. Sampson, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

John, of Woodstock, Ct., and Mrs. Lucy 
Brown, of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, 

Sampson and Rebecca C. Collyer, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, 

Hannah, of Rehoboth, and Richard Man- 
chester, of Bristol, at Rehoboth, by Elder 
Luther. American of 

Philip, of Guilford, Vt., and Susan Carpenter 
Peck, of and at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. 
Thompson, 

Alice Ann, youngest daughter of Joseph, and 
Jacob B. Thurber, at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, 

Jonathan and Nancy Claflin, both of and at 
Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, 

Ann Eliza and Pardon Miller, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Angenette, of Smithfield, and Joseph Swazey, 
of Sutton, at Uxbridge. American of 

Louisa and John Kelley, both of and at Bar- 
rington. American of 

Amey, daughter of Joseph S., Esq., and Sam- 
uel Dexter, Esq., both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Capt. Samuel B,, of Providence, and Mrs. 
Mary Lindsey, of and at St. Augustine, 
Fla. This is believed to be the first mar- 
riage under the new government. Amer- 
ican of 

Angeline, of Swanzey, and Daniel C. An- 
thony, of Wellington, at Swanzey. Amer- 
ican of 

Margaret, of Elizabeth City, N. C, and Will- 
iam Moore, of Newport, at Elizabeth City. 
American of 

Josiah Humphrey and Hannah Snow, daugh- 
ter of John, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

LeBarron, of Providence, and Ann M. 
Arnold, of North Providence, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, 

David, of Cheraw, S. C, and Caroline Hill 
Wilcox, daughter of Leonard, of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 



Oct. 5, 1819 
Oct. 24, 1 8 19 

March 23, 1820 
May 21, 1820 

June 20, 1820 

Nov. 19, 1820 

Nov. 23, 1820 

Dec. 25, 1820 

Jan. I, 1821 

March 27, 1821 

June I, 1821 

Sept. 10, 1821 



Oct. 16, 1 82 1 
Dec. II, 1821 
May 21, 1822 
Jan. 8, 1823 
July 23, 1823 
Aug. 13, 1823 



164 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND, 

MARTIN Abby Ann, eldest daughter of Elha- 

nan, Esq., and Joseph Lawrence, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. 

American of Nov, 4, 1823 

Robert, senior proprietor, of AJbany Daily 

Advertiser, and Eliza M. Cuyler, both of 

and at Albany, N. Y., Feb. 8, 1824 

Philip W. and Mary Temple, daughter of late 

James, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Dr. Crocker, May 26, 1824 

Lydia and Freeman Knapp, both of Attle- 

boro, at Pawtucket. American of Aug. 20, 1824 

Charlotte D., of Swanzey, and John Vinni- 

cum, Jr., of Warren, at Swanzey. Ameri- 
can of Sept. 10, 1824 
Calvin, Esq., of Seekonk, and Rachael R. 

Smith, of and at Rehoboth, Sept. 16, 1824 

John, Jr., and Pamelia Bosworth, both of 

and at Warren. American of Oct. 12, 1824 

Elhanan and Sarah C. Brown, eldest daugh- 
ter of Samuel, Esq., both of and at Pi-ovi- 

dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, April 5, 1825 

Edward and Sybel Haskins, at Taunton. 

American of May 3, 1825 

Sarah F., daughter of Capt. Silas, of Pem- 
broke, Mass., and Capt. William C. Bar- 
stow, of New York, May 4, 1825 
Calvin P. and Candace Wade, both of and at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Wade, Sept. 18, 1825 

Rachal, of Attleboro, and Scott Smith, of 

Providence, at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. 

Ferguson. American of April 28, 1826 

Josiah, of Barrington, and Charlotte Davis, 

of Rehoboth, at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. 

Pease, June i, 1826 

Huldah, daughter of Capt. Stephen, and 

Galen Nichols, of Rehoboth, at Swanzey, 

by Rev. Mr. Taylor. American of April 10, 1827 

Capt. John, of Barrington, and Hannah Blake, 

daughter of Samuel, of Bristol, at Warren, 

by Rev. Mr. Rexford, June 4, 1827 

William H. and Emeline P. Barton, daughter 

of John B., Esq., of Providence, at Enfield, 

Ct., by Rev. Mr. Robbins, July 5, 1827 

Ruby O. and Benoni Parkinson, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Sept. 13, 1827 

Betsey, daughter of Capt. John, Jr., of Bar- 
rington, and George Bowen, of Warren, at 

Barrington, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, Oct. 28, 1827 

Ephraim and Joanna L. Baker, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Kent, Nov. 4, 1827 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES IQQ 

MARTIN Charles, of Swanzey, and Mrs. Lucy 
Martiii, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Edes, Jan. 20, 1828 

Mrs. Lucy, of Providence, and Charles Mar- 
tin, of Swanzey, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Edes, Jan. 20, 1828 

Mary Elizabeth, daughter of late Capt. John, 
and Silas A. Crane, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, at St. John's 
Church, June 19, 1828 

Henry and Eliza Field, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Kent, July 3, 1828 

Polly, 17, and Michael Griffin, 107, at Rich- 
mond, Va. American of Sept. 2, 1828 

Rachal, of Warwick, and Samuel Martin, Jr., 
of Cranston, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, Jan. 15, 1829 

Mary S., of Warwick, and Olney Logee, of 
Burrillville, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, May 13, 1829 

Polly, 17, and Michael Griff eth, 107, at Rich- 
mond, Va. American of July 10, 1829 

Capt. Edward Tyler, of Warren, and Eliza- 
beth Smith, daughter of late Samuel, of and 
at Barrington, by Rev. Mr. Patrick, Sept. 10, 1829 

Eliza T., daughter of late Capt. Samuel, and 
Capt. William H. Driscoll, at Warren, by 
Rev. Mr. Welch, Nov. 4, 1830 

Hon. Wheeler and Rebecca Sawin, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pattison, Aug. 8, 183 1 

MARVEL Benjamin, Jr., and Sarah Ann Holt, 
daughter of the late Capt. Christopher, 
both of and at Newport. American of July 12, 18 16 

George Gibbs, of Newport, and Mary C. 
Wilkinson, eldest claughter of Varnum, of 
Providence, at New York. American of Nov. 22, 1825 

MARVELL William and Lydia Gifford, daugh- 
ter of Daniel, at Fall River. American of March 13, 1827 

John, of Wellington, Mass., and Julia Fowler, 
daughter of late Dr. Isaac, of and at Reho- 
both, by Rev. Mr. Vernon. American of Jan. 29, 1828 

MARVIN Catharine M., daughter of the late 
General Elihu, and Rev. Luther F. Dim- 
mick, of Newburyport, at Norwich, Ct. 
American of May 16, 1820 

MASON Meriam Clarke, daughter of Hon. Jona- 
than, and David Sears, Jr., at Boston, by 
Rev. Mr. Gardiner, June 13, 1809 

Edward and Ann Marcy Gifford, daughter of 
the late Capt. Josiah, in this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Cornell, June 20, 1809 



166 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



MASON Joseph R. and Mary F. L. Wilbur, 
married by Rev. Dr. Messer, in this town, 

Elizabeth Champlain, only daughter of Dr. 
Benjamin, dec, and Oliver H. Perry, Esq.,' 
U. S. Navy, at Newport. American of 

Edward, Jr., and Mary Lindenburger, both of 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Cornell, 

Lieut. Joseph, Jr., U. S. Army, and Sophia 
Simons, at Newport. American of 

Lucia, daughter of John, Esq., of Killingly, 
Ct., and Hervey Blashfield, formerly of 
Providence, at Killingly. American of 

Ann Davis, daughter of J oseph, of Swanzey, 
and Capt. Solomon Coffin, Jr., of Nan- 
tucket, at Bristol. American of 

William H., merchant, and Martha D. Whit- 
man, eldest daughter of Jacob, of and at 
this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Mrs. Mary Ann and James Entwistle, both 
of the Theatre, at Washington, D. C. 
American of 

Lieut. Milo, U. S. Artillery, and Marie Lewis, 
daughter of Andrew, in this town, by Rev. 
Dr. Crocker, 

Elizabeth, of Providence, and Joseph Cady, 
of Killingly, Ct., at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, 

William and Hannah Taber, at Seekonk, by 
Rev. Mr. Hill, 

Joanna and James Grant, both of and at War- 
ren. American of 

Mary, of the Island of Barbadoes, and Rev. 
James Abercrombie, D. D., Senior Assist- 
ant Minister of Christ Church, St. Peter's 
and St. James', at Philadelphia. Atherican 
of 

Eliza W. and Charles W. Cozzens, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Olney and Perley Cooke, both of and at Cum- 
berland. American of 

James D., of Swanzey, and Ann Peckham, 
daughter of the late James, of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. American of 

Olive, of Swanzey, and Ambrose Gardiner, of 
Providence, at Swanzey, by Rev. Mr. 
Slade, 

Dr. John H., of this town, and Lucy Carpen- 
ter, daughter of James, of and at Rehoboth, 
by Rev. Mr. Thompson, 

George C. and Abby M. Mumford, daughter 
of Benjamin B., both of and at Newport, 



June 25, 1809 

May 14, 181 1 
Sept. 22, 181 1 
Sept. 20, 1 8 14 

Oct. 28, 1814 

Feb. 7, 1815 

Feb. 26, 181 5 

July 21, 1815 

Sept. 7, 181 5 

March 10, 1816 
Sept. 8, 1 8 16 
Oct. II, 1816 

June 12, 1817 

Sept. 28, 1 817 

Jan. 2, 1818 

March 27, 1818 

May 10, 1818 

Oct. 14, 1818 
Oct. 20, 1818 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 



167 



MASON Chad and Hannah Cole, eldest daugh- 
ter of Noah, both of and at Cumberland, 
by Rev. Mr. Potter, 
Nathan and Emeline Armington, eldest 
daughter of Benjamin, at Seekonk. Amer- 
ican of 
Nancy, daughter of Deacon George, and 01- 
ney Burlingame, both of and at Cumber- 
land. American of 

Aaron, of Attleboro, and Betsey Peck, 
daughter of Gideon, of and at Rehoboth. 
American of 

Abby, daughter of the late Hon. James B., 
and Nicholas Brown, Jr., both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Lydia T. and Thomas W. Wethby, both of 
Providence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 
Benedict, 

Samuel, Jr., and Ruth Jones, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Lydia, daughter of Deacon George, of Cum- 
berland, and Josiah A. Hunt, of Pawtuxet, 
at Cumberland. American of 

George, of Providence, and Aseneth Ashley, 
daughter of Samuel, of and at Hampton, 
Ct. American of 

John L., Esq., and Amelia Murray, daughter 
of John B., Esq., at New York. American 
of 

Sanford, of Providence, and Henrietta Hailer, 
of and at Philadelphia. American of 

Harriet D., of Attleboro, and Kilburn G. 
Robinson, of Boston, at Attleboro. Amer- 
ican of 

Mary and Capt. Jesse Baker, both of and at 
Warren. American of 

Ann S., daughter of Dr. Joseph, of Provi 
dence, and Samuel Brown, Esq., Naval Of- 
ficer of this port, at Bristol, by Rev. Barn- 
abas Bates. American of 

Elias, 2d, and Elizabeth May, at Woodstock, 
Ct. American of 

Horatio and Julia Adams, daughter of late 
Major Jasper, both of and at Med way, by 
Rev. Mr. Bailey. American of 

Huldah, of Seekonk, and William Lawrence, 
of St. Johnsbury, Vt., at Seekonk, by 
Thomas Kinnicutt, Esq., 

Electa, daughter of Deacon George, and 
Jason Cargill, both of and at Cumberland. 
American of 



Nov. I, 1818 

Dec. 14, 1819 

Jan. 7, 1820 

March 24, 1820 

July 5, 1820 

Aug. 13, 1820 
Sept. 24, 1820 

Oct. 20, 1820 

Dec. 22, 1820 

Jan. 19, 1821 
March 23, 1821 

Sept. 7, 1 82 1 
Nov. 9, 1 82 1 

Nov. 23, 1821 
Nov. 27, 1821 

Dec. 21, 1821 

Nov. r7, 1822 

Oct. 22, 1822 



168 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND' 



MASON George, 2d, and Sally F. Haskell, daugh- 
ter of late Comfort, Esq,, of Cumberland. 
American of 

Ezra and Polly Smith, both of Seekonk, at 
Attleboro. American of 

John A. and Mary M. Bagley, both of Provi- 
dence, at Cranston. American of 

William B. and Mary W. Young, daughter 
of Capt. Samuel, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

William H. and Sarah Temple, daughter of 
late James, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Crocker, 

Sarah Brown, daughter of late Hon. James 
B., of Providence, and Capt. George Benja- 
min Ruggles, of Newport, at Providence, 

Eliza Ann, daughter of Stephen, Esq., and 
Charles Luther, both of and at Warren, by 
Rev. Mr. Welsh, 

Patience R. and George W. Hatchj at Attle- 
boro, by Rev. Mr. Hall, 

Asaph and Nancy P. Carpenter, both of and 
at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pease, 

Julia and Ira Chaffee, at Seekonk, by Rev. 
Mr. Pease, 

William and Eliza Hawes, both of Providence, 
at Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

James and Mary Ann Gardiner Trafton, both 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Allen Brown, 

Caroline M. and Jacob Silloway, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown. Amer- 
ican of 

Capt. John, of Warren, and Zerviah Gardiner, 
of and at Swanzey. American of 

Eliza and Stephen Bullock, both, of Swanzey, 
at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, 

John, Esq., Secretary U. S. Legation to Mex- 
ico, and Catharine Macomb, daughter of 
Maj. Gen. Macomb, at Georgetown, D. C, 
by Rev Mr. Addison, 

Gardiner, Esq., and Mrs. Martha Butts, both 
of Troy, Mass., at Tiverton, by Rev. Mr. 
Wright. American of 

Philip and Lucy Macomber, at Taunton. 
American of 

Charles, of Swanzey, and Mrs. Lucy Marsh, 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Sarah P. and Jonathan C. Parmenter, Junior 
Editor of Literary Cadet, at Providence,, 
by Rev. Dr. Edes, 



Dec. 31, 1822 

Jan. 24, 1823 

June 27, 1823 

June 30,, 1824 

Aug. 29, 1824 

Aug. 22, 1825 

Oct. 30,. 1 825 
Jan. 23, 1826 
March 12, 1826 
March 12, 1826 
May II, 1826 
Sept. 3, 1826 

Oct. 31, 1826 

March 27, 1827 

April 4, 1827 

April 5, 1827 

Dec. 28, 1827 
Jan. IS, 1828 
Jan. 20, 1828 

Jan. 28, 182& 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES IQQ 

MASON Robert D. and Mehitable T. Merry, 

daughter of Barney, Esq., both of and at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, Nov. i8, 1828 

Zephaniah S. and Susan Vinnicum, both of 

and at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Stoddard, Dec. 18, 1828 

Daniel, aged 18, and Mrs. Naoma Small, aged' 

45, at Bristol. American of ^ Dec. 26, 1828 

Jedediah, of New York City, and Nancy G. 

Upton, of and at Providence, Feb. 4, 1829 

Sally Ann, of Providence, and Isaac T. Read, 

of Pembroke, Mass., at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Warne, July 7, 1829 

Berinthia and Linus Child, Esq., at South- 
bridge, Mass. American of Nov. 6, 1829 
Edmund, of Boston, and Mrs. Hannah Dav- 

ies, formerly of the New England Coffee 

House, London, at Boston. American of Dec. 4, 1829 

Mary Ann, daughter of Major Edward, and 

Silas Marchant, both of and at Pawtucket, 

by Rev. Mr. Philleo, March 15, 1830 

Mrs'. Matilda and Moulton H. Dockhard, at 

Boston. American of April 16, 1830 

Rev. Francis and Helen Maria Griggs, at 

Boston. American of May 28, 1S30 

William H., Esq , and Lydia Watson, second 

daughter of Joseph, Esq., both of and at 

Thompson, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Dow, July 4, 1830 

John B. and Mary T. Bowler, daughter of late ■ 

Capt. Charles, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Bid- 
well. American of Feb. 15, 1831 
John B. and Mary T. Bowler, daughter of 

late Capt. Charles, at Bristol. American 

of Feb. 22, 1831 

John H., of Pawtucket, and Mary B. Rounds, 

of and at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Aug. 4, 1831 

Stephen and Lydia Sisson, daughter of Haile 

M., Esq., both of Warren, at Providence, June 4, 1832 

Capt. Christopher, of Swanzey, and Charlotte 

Maria Maxwell, only daughter of William, 

at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Welsh, Oct, 11, 1832 

Eliza Ann, daughter of Benajah, of Swanzey, 

and George Sisson, of Warren, at Swanzey, 

by Rev. Mr. Hathaway. American of Jan. 25, 1833 

MATHER Andrew, printer, and Catharine Mc:, 
Arthur, both of and at New York. Amer- 
ican of Dec. 10,1813 
Sarah, daughter of late Dr. Warham,. 

of Northampton, Mass., and Major John 

Hutchins, of this town, bookseller, at said 

former place, June i, i8r6 



170 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

MATHER Lorinda, daughter of Eleazer, of 
Brooklyn, Ct., and Samuel Foster, of 
Hampton, at Brooklyn, Ct, American of May 9, 1817 

MATTHEWS Henry, of Warwick, and Susan 

Baker, of and at Pawtucket. American of Nov. 30, 1826 
MATHEWSON Lydiaand John Farnum, both 

of and at Smithfield. American of Aug. 25, 1812 

David, of Coventry, and Sarah Sherman, 
eldest daughter of John, of said place, at 
Warwick. American of Aug. 13, 1816 

Mrs. Harriet, only daughter of Turpin Smith, 
and John Mathewson, both of and at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May to, 1817 

John and Mrs. Harriet Mathewson, only 
daughter of Turpin Smith, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 10, 1817 

Mary, of Scituate, and James Winsor, of 
Johnston, at Scituate. American of Feb. 22, 1820 

Betsey Champlain and James Blake, at Bar- 

rington, by Rev. Mr. Wright, Aug. 30, 1820 

Nancy Allen and Horatio Peck, at Barring- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Wright, Aug. 30, 1820 

Betsey, eldest daughter of late Stephen, and 
Oris Sarle, at Scituate. American of March 6, 1821 

Capt. Samuel J., of Warren, and Sarah 
Kelley, of and at Barrington. American 
of June I, T821 

Louisa and John Stokes, at Johnston. Amer- 
ican of Aug. 24, 1821 

Paris and Phebe Olney, daughter of Dea. 
Olney, at Johnston. American of Jan. 7, 1822 

Mrs. Susannah and Jeremiah Carpenter, at 
Cranston. American of Dec. 26, 1823 

Celia, youngest daughter of Elisha, Esq., 
and Coomer Smith, both of and at Scituate. 
American of Jan. 2, 1824 

Polly, of Plainfield, and Joseph Congdon, of 
West Greenwich, at Plainfield. American 
of Jan. 6, 1824 

Rebecca, of Smithfield, youngest daughter of 
the late Joseph, and Lewis Follett, of Cum- 
berland, at Smithfield. American of June 15, 1824 

Mary W., daughter of Philip, Esq., of Johns- 
ton, and Brown Sweet, of Smithfield, at 
Johnston. American of May 3, 1825 

Bucklin, of Lisbon, Ct., and Oifuenti Battey, 
daughter of Gen. William, of and at Wick- 
ford, by Rev. Mr. Gale, Nov. i6, 1825 

Bucklin, of Lisbon, Conn., and Cifuentes Bat- 
tey, of and at Wickford, Nov. 17, 1825 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



171 



MATHEWSON Andrew, of Glocester, and 
Tabitha Angell, daughter of Joshua, of and 
at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Knight, 

Lydia and William H. Rogers, both of War- 
ren, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Seamans, 

John, Esq., and Mary L. Clarke, daughter 
of late Thomas P., at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, 

Col. Isaac, of Providence, and Eliza Arnold, 
•daughter of late Philip, of and at Johnston, 
by Rev. Mr. White, 

Amey, daughter of Hall, and Job S. Bailey, 
at West Greenwich. American of 

Capt. Ebenezer and Nancy Ingraham, daugh- 
ter of Watson, at Harrington, by Rev. Mr. 
Rexford. American of 

Abby C, eldest daughter of Capt. Henry, 
and Cyrus B. Manchester, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Maria F., third daughter of Capt. Henry, and 
Albert H. Manchester, both of and at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Rufus S., of Pomfret, and Faith W. McLel- 
lan, daughter of Hon. John, of and at 
Woodstock, Ct. American of 

Thomas, Jr., and Abby Tucker, daughter of 
Daniel, of Smithfield, at Glocester, by Rev. 
Mr. Allen, 

Allen, of Providence, and Eliza Cooke, of 
Cumberland, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Warde, 

Bernard, of Boston, and Mary C. Norris, of 
Providence, at Coventry, Ct., 
MATHORNE Mehitable, of Boston, and John 
B. .Smith, of New Bedford, at Boston. 
American of 
MATTESON Wealthian, daughter of Christo- 
pher, of West Greenwich, and Col. P^dward 
Potter, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Knight. 
American of 
J.ouisa, of Warwick, and Joseph Sisson, of 
Coventry, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Smith. 
American of 
James W. and Narcissa Corey, daughter of 
Thompson, both of and at Coventry, by 
Samuel R. Hopkins, Esq., 
MAURA N Capt. Ira, of Barrington, and Mrs. 
Ehza B. Wilder, daughter of Capt. Free- 
man Mayberry, of and at Newport, by Rev. 
Mr. Towle. American of 



Dec. 13, 1825 
Oct. 23, 1826 

Nov. 20, 1826 

Dec. 4, 1826 
Jan. 23, 1827 

March 6, 1827 

Sept. £7, 1827 

Sept. 18, 1827 

March 18, 1828 

Dec. 14, 1828 

March 22, 1829 
June 18, 1832 

April S, 1825 

May 20, 1825 
Nov. 13, 1827 
Nov. 24, 1829 

Oct. 15, 1811 



172 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



MAURAN Oroondates, merchant, and Martha 
Eddy, eldest daughter of Samuel, Esq., 
both of Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Capt. Suchet, of Providence, and Sophia 
Bowen, of and at Harrington, by Rev. Mr. 
Wright, 

Dr. Joseph and Sophia R. Sterry, daughter 
of Cyprian, both of and at Providence, 

Olive B. and Capt. Walker Humphrey, both 
of Prpvidence, at New York, 

Capt. Nathaniel B., of Providence, and Ade- 
line Manchester, of and at Fall River, 
MAURICE Daniel H., Esq., and Mrs. Sally 

Liscomb, at Bristol, 
MAVERICK Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Sam- 
uel, Esq., of South Carolina, and Joseph 
T. Weyman, Esq., at Charleston, S. C., 
by Rt. Rev. Bishop Bowen, 
MAWNEY Mary, daughter of Pardon, Esq., of 
West Greenwich, and Hon. Elisha R. Pot- 
ter, Esq., of South Kingstown, at West 
Greenwich. American of 

[Note. We think this should read "East" 
J. N. A.] 

Moses, Esq., of East Greenwich, and Betsey 
Arnold, of and at North Kingstown, by 
Rev. Mr. Gardiner, 

Isabella Ann, of East Greenwich, and Peter 
G. Taylor, Esq., postmaster at Ch.irles- 
town, Ind., at South Kingstown. Ameri- 
can of 
MAXCY Henry, of Attleboro, and Eliza French, 
of Rehoboth, in this town, 

Cornelia Manning, eldest daughter of Rev. 
Dr. Maxcy, President of Columbia College, 
and James Gregg, Esq., at Columbia, S. 
C, by Rev. Dr. Maxcy, 

D. B., of Columbia, S. C, and C. R. Ashley, 
of Georgia, at Columbia. American of 

Joseph and Lois B. Fisher, daughter of late 
Nathaniel, of and at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. 
Ferguson, 
MACY Eunice and Daniel Mitchell, of Newport, 
at Friends' Meeting House, Nantucket. 
American of 

Capt. Daniel P. and Alice Swain, at Friends' 
Meeting House, Nantucket. American of 

Joseph and Susan Hussey, at Nantucket, at 
Friends' Meeting House. American of 



Dec. II, 1814 

Sept. 10, 1818 

Oct. 12, 1820 

Dec. 27, 1822 

April 2, 1828 

March 4, 1832 

March 21, 1825 

July 13, 1810 

Dec. I, 1816 

July 2, 1.822 
Oct. 19, 1809 

Jan. 18, 1814 
Dec. 5, 1820 

Aug. 31, 1823 

Nov. 19, 1824 
Sept. 16, 1825 
Sept. t6, 1825 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 173 

MACY Lydia, of New Bedford, .and John H. 

Russell, Esq., of Taunton, at New Bedford. 

American of April 14, 1826 

MACEY Mary Ann, of Nantucket, and Capt. 

Paul B. Macey, of and at New York. 

American of Sept. 25, 1828 

Capt. Paul B., of New York, and Mary Ann 

Macey, of Nantucket, at New York. 

American of Sept. 25, 1829 

MACY Capt. Seth W., of Nantucket, and Me- 

hitable R. Potter, daughter of late Rest- 
come, of and at Newport, June J, 1831 
MAXFIELD Sylvia and Sheldon Young, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. 

American of Dec. 5, 1820 

Charles P. and Eliza Davenport, daughter of 

Dudley, at New Bedford. American of Nov. 14, 1826 

Charlotte D., youngest daughter of Daniel, 

and Stephen D. Coomer, at Bristol. 

American of Jan. 23, 1827 

Eunice W , daughter of David, and Solomon 

Hatch, both of and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. 

Rexford, June 30, 1827 

MAXIM Sarah and Joseph Taylor, at Plymouth. 

American of Nov. 24, 1829 

MAXSON John S. and Abby Barker, both of 

and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, Jan. t2, 1817 

Zoa, of Middletown, and Timothy Peckham, 

of and at Newport. American of Jan. 28, 1820 

-Asa, of Hopkinton, and Polly Chapman, of 

and at Westerly. American of Feb. 22, 1822 

MAXON Wealthy, daughter of Isaac, and John 

Ward, at Newport. American of Dec. 31, 1822 

Elizabeth, of Hopkinton, and Ira Bliven, of 

Norwich, N. Y., at Hopkinton, Oct. 30, 1825 

Aim Elizabeth, of Smithfield, and Gardiner 

G. Ward, of West Greenwich, at Smith- 
field, by Thomas Mann, Esq., Dec. 25, 1828 
MAXWELL Martha, daughter of James, and 

.Samuel Randall, preceptor of the Warren 

Academy, at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Baker. 

American of Aug. 22, 1809 

Betsey, daughter of Capt. Level, and Tib- 

betts Pearce, at Warren. American of Jan. 7, i8t2 

Emeline M., daughter of James, Esq., of 

Warren, and George Saunders, of Philadel- 
phia, at Warren, Aug. 24, 1820 
Patience G., daughter of James, and Capt. 

Samuel Cole, both of and at Warren. 

American of Sept. 4, 1821 



174 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

MAXWELL Judith of Providence, and Levi 

Lord, of North Providence, at Providence, Dec. 5, 1822 

Mary, eighth daughter of Capt. James, and 
Capt. Hale Collins, both of Warren, at 
Swanzey. American of Nov. 2, 1824 

Level, of Seekonk, and Almira W. Bullock, 
of and at Swanzey, by Rev. Mr. Baker, Nov. 4, 1827 

Joanna, ninth daughter of James, Esq., and 
Lieut. Lewis Edward Simonds, U. S. Navy, 
both of Warren, at Swanzey, by Rev. Mr. 
Baker. American of Nov. 9, 1827 

Samuel, of Providence, and Lydia Carpenter 
Haile, of and at Swanzey. American of May 24, 1831 

Charlotte Maria, only daughter of William, 
and Capt. Christopher Mason, of Swanzey, 
at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Welsh, Oct. 11, 1832 

MAY Lemuel and Eliza Wilder, daughter of 
Rev. Mr., both of and at Attleboro. Amer- 
ican of Jan, 3, 1815 

Sophia, daughter of the late Col. John, and 
Edward Tuckerman, Jr., Esq., at Boston. 
American of Feb. 4, 1817 

Elisha, of Attleboro, and Cynthia Burr, 
daughter of Col. James, of and at Provi- 
dence, at the First Congregational Church, 
by Rev. Mr. Edes, Jan. 20, 1818 

Elizabeth and Elias Mason, 2d, at Wood- 
stock, Ct. American of Nov. 27, 1821 

Mary Ann and William Knox, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Sept. 14, 1823 

Sarah and Paul W. Dawley, at Newport. 
American of Jan. 25, 1825 

Mary R. C, eldest daughter of Henry K., 
Esq., and Rev. Henry F. Edes, of Canton, 
at Boston, Dec. 6, 1832 

MAYBERRY Amelia, of Newport, and Capt. 
Henry Smith, of Bristol, at Newport, by 
Rev. Mr. Towle. American of Oct. 16, 1812 

Capt. Freeman and Amanda Standish, daugh- 
ter of David, of Dighton, Mass., at Tiver- 
ton. American of Oct. 3, 1820 

Harriet C, daughter of the late Capt. Free- 
man, and Capt. Samuel H.Vinson, at New- 
port. American of Oct. 17, 1820 

Ann, daughter of late Capt. Freeborn, of 
Newport, and Joseph Mclntire, at Bristol, 
by Rev. Bishop Griswold, Jan. 26, 18-"; 

MAYNARD Lawson D.and Nancy Smith, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Nov. 19, 1820 

Mary and Theodore D. Fenner, both of and 
at Providence. American of Feb. 27, 1827 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 



175 



MAYNARD Susan W. and Orlando Ware, at 
Worcester, by Rev. Mr. Hourdley, 

MAYO Maria D., daughter of Col. , 

and Gen. Winfield Scott, U. S. Army, at 
Belleville, Va. American of 
Moses H. and Nancy R. Collins, late of 
Providence, at Edee, Me. American of 

MAYRANT Placidia, daughter of William, of 
Statesburgh, S. C, and Rev. Jasper Adams, 
Professor of Natural Philosophy, in Brown 
University, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Crocker, 

McAllister H. M., of Savannah, Ga., and 
Louisa Charlotte Cutler, daughter of late 
Benjamin C, of Jamaica Plains, at Quincy, 
by Rev. B. C. Cutler, 
James, of New Alexandria, and Mrs. Chris- 
tina Ernest, a widow of 4 months, 27 days, 
and twice married within 8 months, by 
Rev. Mr. Steck, 

McALVIN John B. and Mary Sisson, at Charles- 
town. American of 

McANARNEY Jane and Jesse Cudworth, both 
of and at Seekonk. American of 

McARTHUR Catherine and Andrew Mather, 
printer, both of and at New York. Amer- 
ican of 
tflSe, third daughter of Gen. Duncan, of 
Ohio, and Dr. Elijah Coons, of Tuscumbia, 
Ala., at Augusta, Ga., by Rev. Mr. 
Graham. American of 

McCALLA Mrs. Eunice, and Elijah Brooks, 
editor of Salem Messenger, at Salem, N. 
J. American of 

McCALTON Lydia and Casper W. Morris, both 
of and at Philadelphia, by Rev. Bishop 
White, 

McCARRIE John and Clarrissa Anthony, daugh- 
ter of John, both of and at Portsmouth. 
American of 

McCARTER Daniel and Mary C. Freeborn, at 
Newport. American of 

McCARTHEY Margaret and Silas Brownell.both 
of and at Newport. American of 

McCARTY Nathaniel, of Worcester, and 
Rebecca Smith, at Boston. American of 

McCLELLAN, Joseph, Jr., merchant, and Har- 
riet C. Turner, of Warren, R. I., at Port- 
land, Me. American of 



Nov. 24, 1828 

March 21, 1817 
Dec. II, 1827 



Sept. 4, 1823 

Oct. 30, 1822 

March 24, 1831 
July 27, 1830 
Oct. 29, 1824 

• 

Dec. 10, 1813 

June I, 1830 

Feb. 26, 1822 

Oct. 15, 1829 

Feb. 18, 1820 

Oct. 3, 1826 

Feb. 16, 1821 

May 14, 1822 

Nov. 19, 1813 



176 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



McCLELLAN Lucretia Huntington and Wil- 
liam Jones Dunn, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

McCLENNEN Maria V. and Thomas Niles, at 
Boston. American of 
Joseph J. and Caroline H. Fenley, both of 
and at Boston, 

McCLAND Robert,editor of the Missourian, and 
Daphne S. Emmons, daughter of Benjamin, 
Esq., at St. Charles, Mo. American of 

McCLURE Rev. David, D. D., of East Windsor, 
Ct., and Betsey Martin, widow of Capt. 
John, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Preston, 
Mary and William Delano, at New York, 

McCOMB James, of ship Triton, of New York, 
and Chi Altangi Hoam, youngest daughter 
of Altangi Hoam, a Mandarin of great 
wealth, at Canton, China. American of 

McCONKEY Peggy, of Louisville, Ga., and 
Ebenezer J. Bower, formerly of this town, 
at Louisville, 

McCORMICK Eleanor and Samuel Gill, both 
of Boston, in this town, by Rev. Mr. Cor- 
nell, 

McCOY James and Fidelia Shaw, at Smithfield. 
American of 

McCRACKEN Elizabeth and John Clarke, of 
the House Shipman, Clarke & Co., at New 
Haven, Ct. American of 
William, merchant, of New Haven, Ct., and 
Mary G. Jenkins, daughter of the late Jere- 
miah F., of this town, at St. John's Church, 
Canandaigua, N. Y., by Rev. Mr. Onder- 
donk, 
Samuel, proprietor of circus, and Sophia Van- 
tassel, of and at Albany, N. Y., 

McCREA James and Joanna Lawrence, daugh- 
ter of Augustine H., Esq., of and at New 
York. American of 

McCREAKEY Mary, of Robertsville, S.C.and 
Pardon T. Mumford, formerly of Newport, 
at Robertsville. American of 

McCUBBINS J.ulia and Henry E. Bullard, Esq., 
Lieut. Commander U. S. Navy, at Annap- 
olis, Md. American of 

McDANIEL Ann, of New York, and Lewis 
Pelouze, of Boston, at Philadelphia. Amer- 
ican of 

McDOLE James and Hannah Goff, at Pawtucket. 
American of 



May 9, 1S28 
March 11, 183 1 
March 13, 1831 

Aug. 28, 1 82 1 



Oct. -5, 1819 
May 5, 1831 



Nov. 15, 181 1 

April 8, 1813 

Dec. 22, 181 1 
Jan. 22, 1828 

Nov. 26, 1 813 

April 20, 1 818 
Oct. 9, 1826 

Jan. 21, 1817 

Oct. II, 1825 

June 9, 1815 

Aug. 6, 1830 
Feb. 25, 1825 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 



177 



-, an Italian general, and 



McDENOLD 

Madame Murat, sister to the late Emperor 
of France and widow of the King of Na- 
ples. American of 

Mcdonald John, of Johnston, and Mary Phil- 
lips, second daughter of Luke, at Foster. 
American of 
Rev. Lewis, of Rutland, Vt., and Eliza Bis- 
sell, of and ab Providence, at St. John's 
Church, by. Rev. Mr. Taft, 

McDowell EUza, daughter of Col. , 

and Hon. Thomas H. Benton, U. S. Sen 
ator from Missouri, in Rockbridge Co., Va. 
American of 

McDUFFIE Hon. George and Mary Rebecca 
Singleton, daughter of Richard, Esq., of 
Tupapter District, S. C, at Charleston, by 
Rev. Mr. Converse, 

McELMOYLE Hannah Jane, daughter of Wil- 
liam, of Charleston, S. C, and Isaac S. 
Bailey, formerly of Newport, at Charles- 
ton. American of 

McFARLAND James and Isabella Armstrong, 
both of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son. American of 
Alexander and Sally Cady, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Thomas and Martha Corey, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

McFARLIN Miss Patty, aged 56, and "Nathaniel 
Low, of Waterville, aged 83, at Fairfield, 
Mass. American of 

McFOY Capt. Daniel and Mrs. Nancy Thurber, 
both of this town, married by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, 

McGRATH George, of Kennebec, and Deborah 
Norton, of and at Edgartown. American of 

McGREGER Col. Jeremiah and Elipha Nichols, 
daughter of Jonathan, Esq., at Coventry, 

McGregor Alexander and Mary Gray, at 
Newport. American of 

McHUGH Eleanor and Mark Durkin, at Boston. 
American of 

McINTIRE Augustus J., of the British, Army, 
and Sarah Wydown, daughter of the late 
Samuel, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton. 
American of 
Joseph and Ann Mayberry, daughter of late 
Capt. Freeborn, of Newport, at Bristol, by 
Rev. Bishop Griswold, 



May 23, 1817 
March 6, 182 1 
Aug. 29, 1826 

May 22, 1 82 1 

May 27, 1829 

May 21, 1830 

March 24, 181 5 

May 4, 1820 

Oct. 16, 1822 

Feb. 23, 1821 

Nov. 27, 181 1 

May 17, 1 83 1 

Oct. 19, 1816 

Oct. 3, 1826 

Mays, 1831 

Dec. 24, 1819 
Jan. 26, 1825 



178 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



McINTYRE Sylvester, of Smithfield, and Julia 
Ann Bosworth, of East Hampton, Ct., at 
Smithfield, 

McINTOSH Jenny, daughter of the celebrated 
Indian warrior. General William Mcintosh,, 
and William S. JMitchell, Esq., Assistant 
Indian Agent, in Theacatchkah, near Fort 
Mitchell Creek Nation. American of 

McKANE Amey Marian and Lieut. William' H. 
Mann, U. S. Army, at Baltimore. Amer- 
ican of 

McKAY Thomas and Maria Vaton, both of this 
town, at Newport, 
John and Julia A. Parish, at Albion Village, 

McKEAN Susannah Sarah, daughter of late Dr. 
McKean, and Charles Folsom, Librarian of 
the University at Cambridge. American 
of 

McKINLEY Jane G., of Chester, N. H., and 
Elisha Andrews, of Providence, at Chester, 
by Rev. Mr. Parker. American of 

McLANE John A. and Rebecca Willey, eldest 
daughter of John, all of this town, at St. 
John's Church, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, 

McLEAN Rebecca, daughter of Hon. John, the 
Postmaster General, and Augustus H. 
Richards, Esq., of Philadelphia, at Wash- 
ington, D. C. American of 
Hcin; John, U. S. Senator from Illinois, and 
Eliza Bayless, in Kentucky. American of 

McLELLAN Mary Ann, daughter of Major 
Samuel, of Providence, and George W. 
Frothingham, merchant, at Boston. Amer- 
ican of 
Mrs. Harriet, formerly of Warren, and Hora- 
tio G. Balch, Esq., at Portland. American 
of 
Faith W., daughter of Hon. John, of Wood- 
stock, Ct., and Rufus S. Mathewson, of 
Pomfret, at Woodstock. American of 

McMINN Joseph, Governor of Tennessee, and 
Mrs. Nancy Williams, 

McNAMARA John, of Boston, merchant, and 
Maria Turpin, of and at this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, 

McNEIL- Mary and Julius H. Walker, Esq., at 
Wilmington, N. C. American of 

McNEILL Lieut. William Gibbs, U. S. Army, 
and Maria Matilda Cammann, daughter of 
late Charles L., Esq., of New York, at 



Dec. II, 183 1 



Aug. II, 1818 



Nov. 20, 1 82 1 

Nov. 14, 1815 
Feb. 12, 1832 



Nov. 2, 1824 

May 25, 1819 

July I, 1811 

Jan. 30, 1829 
Nov. 17, 1829 

May 21, 1824 

March 9, 1 827 

March 18, 1828 
Aug. 4, 1816 

Nov. 10, 1813 
July 26, 1 8 16 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



179 



McNeill : 

Newark, N. J., by Rev. Mr. Bayard. 

American of June 22, 1821 

Mcpherson James, Esq, of Charleston, and 

Elvina Ann Hagood, daughter of Rev. 

Gideon, at Mt. Ararat, Barnwell Dist., S.C., March 26, 1818 
Ann, daughter of late Gen. John, of Charles- 
ton, S. C, and James Creighton, Esq., of 

Baltimore, at Charleston. American of April 24, 1821 

McWATTEY Eliza, 15, and Peter Moncrief, 73, 

at Adolphustown, U. C, by Rev. J. A. 

Deacon, Dec. 6, 1831 

MEACHAM Randall, Publisher Pawtucket 

Chronicle, and Mary M. Minard, daughter 

of Peter S., of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Waterman, March 18, 1827 

MEADE Lydia, of Charlestown, Mass., and Dr. 

Rufus L. Barrus, of Boston, in this town. 

American of July 17, 1810 

Almira, daughter of the General, and John 

F. Hubbard, Editor Norwich Journal, at 

Norwich, N. Y. American of April 4, 1820 

Henrietta, daughter of Richard, Esq., and 

Capt. Alexander J. Dallis, U. S. Navy, both 

of and at Philadelphia. American of Jan. 19, 1821 

Henry S. and Mary G. Larchar, eldest daugh- 
ter of Joseph W., formerly of Providence, 

at New York. American of March 6, 1 82 1 

Charlotte, second daughter of late R. W., and 

James R. Graham, U. S. Army, at Wash- 
ington, by Rev. Mr. John's, July 6, 1828 
Maria Del Carmen, daughter of late Richard ^ 

W., and Capt. Hartman Bache, U. S, Army, ' 

at Washington City, by Rev. Mr. Matthews, March i, 1829 
MEANS Robert, Esq., of Amherst, and Mary E. 

Dinsmore, daughter of Hon. Samuel, of 

and at Keene, N.H. American of July 11, 1823 

MEDBURY Calvin and Nancy Pearce, eldest 

daughter of Aaron, of and at Rehoboth, by 

Rev. Otis Thompson, • March ij, 1814 

Fanny, daughter of John, of Seekonk, and 

John Chaffee, of Warren, Penn., at See- 
konk. American of Nov. 4, 1823 
Thomas and Betsey J. Armington, at See- 
konk. American of June 27, 1826 
MEEDER John L., of Wolfboro, N. H., and 

Jane Arnold, daughter of Dea. Joseph, at 

Roxbury, by Rev. Dr. Gray. American of April i, 1831 
MEGOWIN Edward and Mrs. Mary G. Winmon, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Ludlow, July 31. 1828 



180 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



MEIGS Mary, daughter of Col. R. J., of Mari- 
etta, Ohio, and Hon. John G. Jackson, of 

Virginia, at Marietta. American of 
William H., of Hartford, and Elizabeth C. 

Darling, at Bristol. American of 
Ann and Joshua Peckham, at Bristol, at the 

Methodist Meeting House, by Rev. Mr. 

Bonney. American of 
MELCHER Joseph C., Editor of Nantucket In- 
quirer, and Susan P. Coffin, daughter of 

Capt. James Josiah Coffin, at Nantucket. 

American of 
MELENDY William and Lucy W. Edes, both 

of Boston. American of 
MELLEN Helen Maria, of New York, and Sam- 
uel L. Hunt, of Boston, at New York. 

American of 
MELVILLE Mary, daughter of Thomas, Esq , 

and John DeWolfe, of Bristol, at Boston, 

American of 
Thomas and Abby Swinburne, daughter of 

Nathaniel, at Newport. American of 
Harriet and James Tilley, at Newport. 

American of 
Caroline F. and William H. Billington, both 

of Newport, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Pickering, 
David and Rebecca P. Slack, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
Mary and John Babcock, at Newport, 
MENAGE Alexis, of Bristol, and Lydia Anthony, 

daughter of Caleb, of and at Warren. 

American of 
MENGUS Anna Aspacia, of Smyrna, and Rev. 

Jonas King, at Island of Tenos, Greece, by 

Rev. Rufus Anderson, 
MERCANDOTTI }/Iademoiselle and Hughes 

Ball, at Gretna Green, Scot. American of 
MERCHANT Minerva, of Pawtucket, and 

Thomas Baxter, of and at Sraithfield, by 

Thomas Mann, Esq., 
MERETHEW Winsor, of Huntsville, N. Y., and 

Mrs. Sally Forks, of North Providence, at 

Huntsville, N. Y. American of 
MERIAM Phebeand Horace Moffett, at Oxford, 

Mass. American of 
John A. and Nancy Bacon, at Bedford. 

American of 
MERRILL Mary Ann, of Seekonk, and Walter 

C. Helme, of Smithfield, at Seekonk. 

American of 



Aug. 17, 1810 
Nov. 8, 1825 

Nov. 17, 1829 

Nov. 9, 1 82 1 
March 5, 181 1 

Oct. 30, 1829 

Oct. 28, 1808 

Oct. 20, 1820 

April 18, 1826 

Aug. 20, 1826 

Aug. 15, 1830 
April 17, 1832 

April 26, 1822 

July 22, 1829 
June 3, 1823 

Nov. 6, 1828 

June 25, 1824 

March 24, 1826 

April 23, 1830 

Jan. II, 1825 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES ^g]^ 

MERRILL William B. and Catharine L. Man- 
chester, daughter of Gideon, both of War- 
wick, at Centreville. American of Oct. 28 1825 

Abigail and Job Cornell, both of and at New- 
port. American of May ^0 1826 
MERRELL Francis and Sarah A. Milldrum, at 

Wenham. American of June 2; 1830 

Zilpha D. A. and Bradford Lee, at Taunton 

American of Dec. 24, 1830 

Moodey and Catharine Clarke Nichols, at 

Boston. American of ' May 3, 183 1 

Lewis C, of North Providence, and Sarah 
C. Bowen, of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 10, 1831 

MERRIAM Betsey, of Grafton, and Tarrant P. 
Merriam, of Concord, by Rev. Mr. Miles. 
American of July 21, 1826 

Tarrant P., of Concord, and Betsey Merriam, 

of Grafton, by Rev. Mr. Miles. American of July 21, 1826 

Eliza and- Laban Turner, at Charlestown. 

American of July 27, 1830 

MERRICK Maria, daughter of the late Hon. 
Pliney, of Brookfield, and Major Samuel 
Alleti, Jr., of Worcester, at Brookfield. 
American of Nov. 25, 18 17 

Pliney, Esq., of Taunton, and Mary R. 
Thomas, daughter of late Isaiah, Jr., at 
Worcester. American of June 5, 1821 

Lydia and Dr. Flavell Cutting, of Westmin- 
ster, at Princeton, Mass. American of Jan. 26, 1830 
MERRY Abby Wheaton and John Carter Har- 
wood, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, Nov. 10, 1822 

Lydia, [youngest daughterof Joseph, deceased, 
and Samuel Mowry, both of and at Smith- 
field. American of March' 16, 1824 

Almira W., daughter of Barney, Esq., and 
Simon L. Hale, at Pawtucket, by Rev. 
Mr. Taft, April 3, 1828 

Mehitable T., daughter of Barney, Esq., and 
Robert D. Mason, both of and at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, Nov. 18, 1828 

Nancy T. and Robert Covley, both of and at 

North Providence, by Rev. Mr. Cheney, June 16, 1829 

MESERVE Miss Abigail, 53, and Jonathan 
Chace, 79, soldier of the Revolution, at 
Wolfsboro, Stratford Co., N. H. Ameri- 
can of Jan. 30, 1 82 1 
MESSINGER MARY H. and Amos Walton, 

both of and at Attleboro. American of . Dec. 23, 1823 



182 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

MPZSSINGER Susan Bowen, and Capt. Thomas 

S. Nelson, of Wrentham, at Cambridgeport. 

American of Dec, 31, 1824 

Susan Hewes, youngest daughter of Col. 
Daniel and William Bailey Lang, at Boston. 
American of May 3, 1831 

MESSER Charlotte, youngest daughter of Rev. 
Dr. Messer, and Horace Mann, of and at 
Dedham, by Rev. Mr. Pattison, Sept. 29, 1830 

Caroline D., daughter of Rev. Asa, of Provi- 
dence, and Sidney Williams, of Taunton, 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pattison, May 25, 1831 

MESTAYER J , of Salem theatre, and Mar- 
tha Ann New, at Boston, April 23, 1828 
METCALF Theron, Esq., of Dedham, Mass., 
and Julia Tracy, daughter of the late Uriah, 
Esq., at Litchfield, Ct. American of Nov. 21, 1809 

Joel, Jr., and Susan Holton, both of and at 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, April 24, 181 4 

David and Ann Farrington, at Wrentham, by 
Rev. Mr. Fiske, Oct. 20, 1 816 

Marcy, of Wrentham, Mass., and Barthol- 
omew Cushman,of Attleboro, at Wrentham, 
by Rev. Mr. Williams. American of June 15, 1819 

Reuben and Hannah Belcher, both of and at 
Wrentham, by Rev. Mr. Fiske. Ameri- 
can of June 15, 1 819 

Celia Ann and Reuben Burden, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, April 9, 1 820 

Peletiah, of Smithfield, and Abigail Hawes, 
of and at Franklin, Mass. American of June 16, 1820 

Joseph Grey and Evelina Horton, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Oct. 23, 1820 

Thomas Sanford, of Augusta, Ga., and Celia 
Greene, youngest daughter of Capt. John 
M., of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Edes, July 30, 1821 

Dexter, of Rhode Island, and Mary Bishop, 
at New London. American of Nov. 20, 1821 

Alice B. and Arthur Snow, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 6, 1821 

Mahata M., daughter of Lewis, and Henry 
Bowen, of Boston, publisher of Universa- 
list Magazine, at Wrentham, Mass. Amer- 
ican of Nov. 8, 1822 

Whiting and Almira Taft, eldest daughter of 

Sweeting, April 15, 1823 

Whipple and Sophia Jenckes, both of Cum- 
berland, at Pawtucket. American of July 8, 1823 

Joel, Esq.^ and Mrs. Hannah Mitchell, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, April t, 1824 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 



183 



METCALF James and Matilda Peckham, both of 
and at Newport. American of 
Artemus G. and Rutli Towne, at Oxford, 

Mass. American of 
Sarah Packard and John Hutchins, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 
Luther, Jr., Esq., of Medway, Mass., and 
Sarah C. Phipps, of and at Framingham. 
American of 
Amelia, daughter of Samuel, of Providence, 
and John White, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Pickering, 
Frances, daughter of Samuel, Esq , and Lean- 
der Ware, both of and at Providence, bv 
Rev. Dr. Crocker, 
MICHELETTI Lncretia Margarita Mandafina, 
only daughter of. Pasquale, deceased, and 
William Wilson Clay, at New York, 
MICKLE Andrew and Elizabeth 'Shippee, both 

of Boston, in this town, 
MICKS Dr. William G., U. S. Navy, and Lydia 
R. Swift, at Gosport, Va. American of 

MIDDLETON Henry A., Esq., and Miss 

Kinlock, daughter of Cleland, Esq., at 
Georgetown, S. C. American of 
Arthur, Esq., of South Carolina, and Ann EI- 
bertina Van Ness, daughter of Gen. John 
P., of and at Washington, D. C. Ameri- 
can of 
MILES Susan E. and John H. Clarke, Esq., 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, 
MILLARD Sally, of Warwick, and Nicholas 
Branch, of North Providence, at Warwick, 
married by Rev. Thomas Manchester, 
Levi and Sally Ann Flemming, in this town, 

by Rev. Mr. Baker. American of 
Mary, daughter of Rice, of East Greenwich, 
and Isaac Whitford, at East Greenwich, by 
Rev. Mr. Tillinghast, 
Stephen and Susan Greene, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
William and Ploomey Hawes, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
MILLOT Mrs. Catharine, 40, and Frederick 
Hesser, 70, a soldier of the Revolution, by 
Henry Stager, Esq., at Orwigsbury, Penn. 
American of 
MILLDRUM Sarah A. and Francis Merrell, at 
Wenham. American of 



Sept. 28, 1824 

March 20, 1827 

Dec. 24, 1827 

Jan. 29, 1828 

Oct. 17, 1828 

Oct. 18, 1830 

May 5, 1831 

May 31, i8n 

Jan. I, 1830 

Feb. 16, 1819 

Jan. II, 1822 

April 20, 1829 

Oct. 15, 1809 
March 15, 1816 

May II, 1820 

May 31, 1826 

Sept. 27, 1829 

April 17, 1832 
June 25, 1830 



184 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

MILLER George, Jr., merchant, and Sarah 

Brown Blagge, daughter of Samuel, Esq., 

at Boston, in the King's Chapel, by Rev. 

Mr. Freeman, June 13, 1809 

Ann T., daughter of John, and Daniel Austin,. 

Jr., all of Newport, by Rev. Mr. Eddy,. June 5, 181 1 

Nathan and Merebah Beaseley, daughter of 

John, both of and at this town, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, Oct. 17, 1813 

William, Governor of North Carolina, and 

Lydiana Evans, daughter of Dr. , 

at Oatlands, Va. American of July 9, i8i6 

Dr. Caleb and Mary Ann Bucklin, of See- 

konk, at Bristol, by Nathaniel Bullock, 

Esq., Aug. 22, 1 816 

John, printer, and Sarah Rogers Balch, only 

daughter of Joseph, in this town, by Rev. 

Mr. Edes, Sept. i, 1816 

William T., Esq., and Lydia Cochran, both 

of and at Warren. American of May 30, 1817 

John S., of Natchez, and Rebecca Ives Gil- 
man, daughter of Benjamin I., Esq., of and 

at Philadelphia, by Rev. Dr. Janeway, Nov. 8, 181 7 

Reuben C. and Atlantic Ocean Walton, in 

Virginia. American of Jan. 6, 1818 

Louisa, of Providence, and Benjamin Butts, 

of Seekonk, at Providence, Nov. 20, 181 8 

Mrs. Lucinda and Capt. Zebediah Farnum, 

at Attleboro, by Rev. Stephen Nelson. 

American of Dec. 18, 181 8 

Benjamin, Jr., and Phebe Barney, both of arid 

at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, March 5, 1820 

Eliza A. and John C. Wood, at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, May 4, 1820 

John and Lucy Ruff, at Smithfield, by Rev. 

Mr. Benedict, Sept. 10, 1820 

Pardon and Ann Eliza Martin, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. i, 1821 

Betsey and George Jenckes, 2d, at Pawtucket, 

by Rev. Mr. Benedict, July i, 1821 

Adelia and Hiram Ide, at Pawtucket. Amer- 
ican of Oct. s, 1 82 1 
Halsey, of Cumberland, and Lavina Briggs, 

of and at Providence. American of Dec. 14, 1821 

John, one of the publishers of the Manufac- 
turers' and Farmers' Journal, and Almira 

Field, daughter of the late Capt. John, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 18, 1822 

Ira K. and Mary A. Bullock, both of and at 

Attleboro. American of June 25, 1822 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN'-MARRIAGES 



185 



MILLER Dr. L. L., of Franklin, Mass., and 
Electa Smith, of and at Bristol. Ameri- 
can of 

Margaret, eldest daughter of Rev. Dr. Sam- 
uel, of Princeton, N. J., and Rev... John 
Breckenridge, of Kentucky, at Princeton. 
American of 

Benjamin, of East Greenwich, and Mary E. 
Holmes, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Mudge, 

Jeremiah, of New York, and Catharine 
Wheaton, of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Williams, 

Edward F., of Providence, and Louisa Hitch- 
cock, of and at Pawtucket. American of 

Mary, of Cumberland, and Seth Howard, of 
Olneyville, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering, 

Mrs. Lydia and Stephen Johnson, at War- 
ren. American of 

Thomas and Elizabeth Thurston, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Russell, of Warwick, and Mary Knight, 
daughter of late Reuben, of and at Coven- 
try, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Philo, of Pawtucket, and Mary Ann Scott, 
daughter of Capt. Nathaniel, of and at 
Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Taft, 

Maria and Samuel Allen, both of Smithlield, 
at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 

Rebecca A., daughter of late Allen, and 
Samuel Munro, both of Bristol, at Fall 
River, by Rev. Mr. Taylor, 

John N. and Betsey A. Pratt, daughter of 
late Spencer, both of. and at Bristol, by 
Rev. Mr. Wight, 

J. P., Agent of the 
Greece, and Sarah 
Vt. American of 

Caleb W. and Mary Wilcox, at Providence, 

Catharine G., of Warwick, and Oliver W. 
Spencer, of East Greenwich, at Warwick, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Josiah, Jr., and Betsey A. Aldrich, at Smith- 
field, by Thomas Mann, Esq. American 
of 

John C. and Mary Moore, of Edgecombe, at 
Boston. American of 

Mary and Samuel Williams, at Charlestown. 
American of 



Greek Committee in 
Arms, at Montpelier, 



Jan. 3, 1823 

March 4, 1823 

Dec. 25, 1823 

May 2, 1S24 
Dec. 14, 1824 

Feb. 17, 1825 
May 10, 1825 
June 14, 1825 

Oct. 9, 1825 

Jan. 26, 1826 
Sept. 9, 1827 

July 3, 1828 

Aug. 10, 1828 



Sept. 5, 1828. 
Oct. 5, 1828 



Oct. 16, 1828 

April 24, 1829 
Sept. II, 1829 
Sept. 22, 1829 



May II, 


1830 


July 23, 


1830 


Nov. 23, 


1828 


Sept. IS, 


1829 


Dec. I, 


1829 


Dec. 4, 


1829 


Dec. 3, 


1830 



186 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

MILLER Horace, Esq., of Pawtucket, and Eliza- 
beth B. Munro, of and at Bristol, at St. 
Michael's Church, by Rev. Bishop Gris- 
•wold. American of Dec. 4, 1829 

Lucretia S., daughter of the late Allen, and 
William H. Drowne, both of and at Bris- 
tol, by Rev. Mr. Bonney. American of 
Charles and Emily Ann Parker, at Charles- 
town. American of 

MILLETT Maria and William Colby, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Phillips, 

MILLS James K.,of Boston, and Sarah Colman, 
daughter of Rev. Mr. Colman, of and at 
Salem. American of 
Susan and Hiram Simmons, at Boston. 

American of 
Jonas and Lydia Davis, at Boston. Amer- 
ican of 
Mrs. Sally and John Desaunette, of New- 
buryport, at Salisbury. American of 

MILNER Joseph F., of Boston, and Ann F. H. 
Hunneman, daughter of Dea. William C, 
of and at Roxbury, by Rev. Dr. Lovell, May 12, 183 1 

MINARD Mary M., daughter of Peter S., of 
Providence, and Randall Meacham, Pub- 
lisher of Pawtucket Chronicle, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Waterman, March 18, 1827 
James and Eliza Allen, at Attleboro, Mass. 

American of Nov. 21, 1820 

MINER Charles and Rebecca Gordon, both of 

Providence, at Sterling, Ct., Feb. 20, 1820 

MINOTT Jane, daughter of the late Judge Min- 
ott, of Boston, and Henry D. Sedgwick, 
Esq., Attorney at Law, of New York, at 
Boston. American of - June 6, 1817 

MINUTE Jacob, of Italy, and Catharine Murray, 

at Bristol, May 3, 1812 

MITCHELL Margaret, of Peterboro, N.H., and 
Peter Batchelor, of New Ipswich, N. H., in 
this town. American of Sept. 2, 1814 

Hannah, of Providence, and John Glazier, of 
East Greenwich, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Baker, Feb. 11, 18 16 

Mary, daughter of Jonathan, and John Hun- 
newell, both of and at New Shoreham. 
American of July 19, 1 8 16 

William S., Esq., Asst. Indian Agent, and 
Jenny. Mcintosh, eldest daughter of the 
celebrated Indian warrior. General William 
Mcintosh, in Theacatchkah, near Fort 
Mitchell Creek Nation. American of Aug. 11, 1818 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES jgir 

MITCHELL William H., of Charleston, S. C, 

and Martha Lynd Greene, daughter of late 

Timothy, Esq., of and at New York 

American of ' ^^g ^2 1820 

Thomas M. and Julia Ann Bowen, daughter ' 

of Dr. Joseph, both of and at Glocester. 

American of Oct. 20, 1820 

Anna Elizabeth, daughter of late Edward, 

Esq-., of Georgetown, S. C, and Thomas 

Newbold, at New York, in Grace Church, 

by Rev. J. M. Wainswright, July 18, 1822 

Dr. Thomas B., formerly of Providence, and 

Mary Ball Hill, widow of Hon. Arthur, of 

Savannah, Ga., at Dameron Place, Miss., March 9, 1823 

Mrs. Hannah and Joel Metcalf, Esq., at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, April i, 1824 

William and Lydia P. Brickley, daughter of 

Capt. Henry, both of ^nd at Providence. 

American of Sept. ;, 1824 

David, of Newport, and Eunice Macy, at 

Friends' Meeting House, Nantucket. 

American of Nov. 19, 1824 

John R. and Eliza Block, at Nantucket. 

American of Dec. 2, 1824 

John W., Esq., of Charleston, S. C, and 

Caroline Greene, daughter of late Timothy, 

Esq., at New York. American of Aug. 26, 1825 

Mary, daughter of late David, of Boston, and 

William Underbill, merchant, of New 

York, at Nantucket. American of Sept. 16, 1825 

Mary Ann and Jeremiah Jackson Cole, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Dec. 27, 1825 
Edward R. and Eliza T. Clarke, daughter of 

Chester, Esq., both of Providence, at Bris- 
tol, by Rev. Bishop Griswold, Jan. 4, 1826 
Daniel and Susan E. West, daughter of Na- 
thaniel H., at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wight, Nov. 4, 1827 
Betsey and Erastus Wilcox, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, July 3, 1828 

Seth A. and Cornelia Peckham, at Roches- 
ter, Mass. American of Oct. 2, 1829 
Mary Ann and William L. Peckham, both of 
Woonsocket Falls, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Sanborn, April 27, 1830 
Daniel, of Pawtucket, and Rebecca Shove, of 
and at Somerset, at Friends' Meeting 
House, May 12, 183 1 
Daniel and Rebecca Shove, at Somerset. 
American of May 20, 1831 



188 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



MIXTER Amelia and Solomon Bannister, at 
Worcester, by Rev. Dr. Bancroft. Amer- 
ican of 

MODERWELL Charlotte H., niece of William 
Kirkpatrick, Esq., and Rev. William D. 
Snodgrass, of New York, at Lancaster, 
Penn. American of 

MOFFETT Horace and Phebe Meriam, at Ox- 
ford, Mass. American of 

MOLOY Daniel and Martha Black, both of and- 
■ at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

MONARCH Mary and John Antoine Dos San- 
tos, late Major in Brazilian Army, at Sa- 
' lei'm. American of 

MONCRIEF Peter, 73, and Eliza McWattey, 15, 
at !Adolphustown, U. C, by Rev. J. A. 
Deacon, 

MONK Mary and William Williamsrat Stough- 
ton. American of 

MONSON Harriet D., of Providence, and Fran- 
cis BuUard, of Boston, at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Crocker, 

MONTAGUE Rt. Hon. Susan, second daughter 
of the Duke of Manchester, and the Mar- 
quis of Twe'edale, at Huntley, near Dublin, 
Ire. 

MONTGOMERY Margaret M. and William T. 
Hawes, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, 

MOODEY John and Sarah Brown, at Raymond, 
N. H. American of 

MOONSHIRE Catharine and Jacob Wortman, 
after a courtship of 15 years, in Chester 
Co., Penn.; married April 13; April 18 he 
posted her. American of 

MOORE Eliza, daughter of John, Esq., and Rob- 
ert Hume, all of Charleston, S. C, 
William S. and Mary H.Traffin, both of Bos- 
ton, in this town, 
Rev. Martin and Sarah Fiske, at Natick, 

Mass. American of 
Harriet, daughter of the late James, and 
Jeremiah Hazard, at Newport. American 
of 
Sarah and William M. Farland, Jr., both of 

and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Mrs. Mary and Henry Pike, both of and at 

Providence, 
Mary Bowen, third daughter of the late John 
Elias Moore, Esq., of Charleston, S. C, 



Dec. 29, 1826 

Dec. 19, 1823 

March 24, 1826 

July 3, 1814 

Feb. 4, 1 83 1 

Dec. 6, 183 1 
Dec. I, 1829 

Sept. 25, 1 83 1 

March 28, 1818 

Dec. 12, 1826 
June II, 1830 

May 3, 181 1 
May 26, 181 1 
Oct. 25, 1812 
Aug. 5, 18 14 

Sept. 30, 1814 
Jan. 10, 181S 
Nov. 4, 181S 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



189 



MOORE : 

and Lewis Trapman, Esq., late of Frank- 
fort, Germany, at Charleston, by Rev. 
Bishop Bowen, Nov. i6, 1819 

Martha M., daughter of Col. Henry, of New, 
port, and Major Nehemiah S. Draper, of 
Providence, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 
Wheaton, Feb. 8, 1820 

Jacob' B., Jr., of Concord, Editor of New 
Hampshire Patriot, and Mary A. Hill, at 
Ashburnham, N. H. American of Sept. i, 1820 

Mary and Elijah Mansur, Editor of Hills- 
boro Telegraph, at Keene, N. H. Amer- 
ican of Sept. I, 1820 

Larkin, traveling preacher, poet, physician, 
trader, etc., and Nancy Cook, at Beverly. 
American of Dec. 29, 1820 

William, of Newport, and Margaret Martin, 
of and at Elizabeth City, N. C. American 
of May 21, 1822 

Anna Mitchell, of Charleston, S. C, and 
George Parker, of Boston, merchant, at 
Charleston, by Rev. Bishop Bowen. Amer- 
ican of Feb. 25, 1823 

Mrs. Harriet L. and Lawrence J. Russell, 
both of and at Providence. American of May 30, 1823 

Sarah Ann, daughter of John, and Benjamin 

Southwick, at Newport. American of Nov. 11, 1823 

Mrs. Harriet S., widow of Col. William, and 
Capt. Josiah Crocker, at Newport. Ameri- 
can of March 5, 1824 
[This is incorrect.] 

Mrs. Harriet G., of Newport, and Capt. 
Isaiah Crocker, Jr., of Bath, Me., at New- 
port. American of March 9, 1824 
[This is correct.] 

Fanny, of Bristol, and Seth Guphe, Jr., of 
Raynham, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Mann, Sept. 25, 1825 

Henry, Jr., of Newport, and Sarah Bruce, 
both of and at Norfolk Co., Va., Nov. 19, 1825 

Elizabeth, daughter of John, and Henry O. 
Tefft, both of and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 
Gammell, Dec. 6, 1826 

Lorenzo, late of Vermont, and Eliza Ann 
Fish, daughter of Caleb, both of Provi- 
dence, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Torrey, Oct. 17, 1827 

Jonah and Elizabeth Patten, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 23, 1827 

Mary Jane, daughter of late Col. William, of 
Newport, and Nathaniel Greene, of East 
Greenwich, at Newport. American of Dec. 21, 1827 



190 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



MOORE Dr. William Bowen, of Charleston, S. 
C., and Sarah Ann Wheeler, daughter of 
late Stephen, of and at Plainfield, Ct., by 
Rev. Mr. Fowler. American of 

Nancy, of Providence, and Samuel B. East- 
man, of Boston, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Kent, 

William, formerly of Newport, and Mary 
Cooke, of Cumberland, at Providence, 

Mary, of Edgecombe, and John C. Miller, at 
Boston, American of 

Jonas W. and Dorcas Ames, at Greenfield, 
American of 

Mary F. and John C. Park, Esq., at Boston. 
American of 

Louisa B. and John Penrice, editor of Lou- 
isiana Advertiser, at New Orleans. Amer- 
ican of 

Susan, daughter of John H., and Laurent F. 
S. Nicklye, at Newport, by Rev, Mr. 
Puffer. American of 

Frances L. and William Pond, Jr., at Boston. 
American of 

Israel G. and Abigail H. Partridge, at Wor- 
cester, 

Rev. Josiah, of Athol, and Rebecca W. Stur- 
tevant, daughter of the late William S., 
Esq., at Plymouth. American of 

Mary H. and William H. Crandall, at New- 
port. American of 

John Francis and Mary Angenora Synja, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Phillips, 

Dr. Thomas P. and Abby Wheaton, daugh- 
ter of Nathan M., Esq., at Warren. Amer- 
ican of 

Caroline E., of Providence, and Henry H. 
Jones, of Boston, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, 
MORDOCK Sarah Olcott, of Hanover, N. H., 
and George Blake, Esq., of Boston, U. S. 
District Attorney for Massachusetts, at 
Hanover, American of 
MORGAN Capt. Charles Waugh, U. S. Navy, 
and Catherine Ann Louisa Reed, daughter 
of late Hon. Jacob, of South Carolina, at 
Philadelphia. American of 

Frances and George W. Weeden, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

Samuel and Sarah P. Bliven, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 



Jan. II, 1828 

Jan, 20, 1828 

May 21, 1828 

Sept. II, 1829 

Oct. 9, 1829 

Dec. I, 1829 

Dec. 29, 1829 

Jan. 5, 1830 

April 2, 1830 

March 17, 1831 

May 3, 1 83 1 
Aug. 2, 1 83 1 

Oct. 16, 1831 

Nov, 15, 1 83 1 

March 8, 1832 

June 29, 1 8 10 

Sept. 28, 1 82 1 
Jan. 17, 1827 
June 15 1828 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 191 

MORGAN Margaret and John Adams, of Dux- 
bury, at Boston. American of Sept. 15, 1829 

Mrs. Lucinda, widow of late Capt. William, 
and George W. Harris, Esq., at Batavia, 
N. Y., by Rev. Simeon Cummings. Amer- 
ican of Dec. 7, 1830 
MORLAND John, of Boston, merchant, and 
Ruth Cashing, daughter of Thomas C, 
Esq., editor of the Salem Gazette, of and 
at Salem, Mass. American of June 21, 18 14 
MORRELL David Lawrence, governor of New 
Hampshire, and Lydia Poore, daughter of 
Moses, Esq., both of Goffstown, at Pem- 
broke, N. H. American of Aug. 13, 1824 

Abigail Ann P. and John G. Appleton, at 
Boston. American of May 7, 1830 

MORRIS Governeur, Esq., of Morrisiana, N. 
Y., and Ann C. Randolph, daughter of the 
late Thomas, Esq., of Virginia, at New 
York, Dec. 25, 1809 

Mary, of Pomfret, Ct., and Arthur Tripp, 
formerly of this town, at Pomfret, Conn., 
by Rev. Mr. Dowe, Jan. 3, 1813 

Charles, Esq., captain U. S. Navy, and Har- 
riet Bowen, youngest daughter of Dr. 
William, in this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Feb. 4, 1815 

Capt. George N., U. S. Army, and Sarah 
Ann Mumford, eldest daughter of Benja- 
min B., at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Miller, Oct. 2, 1817 

Mary Ann B. and Gersham C. Jenckes, both 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, Dec. 10, 1818 

Catharine, daughter of James, Esq., and Alex- 
ander H. Stevens, near Morrisiana, N. Y. 
American of. April 26, 1825 

Casper W. and Lydia McCultom, both of 
and at Philadelphia, by Rev. Bishop White, Oct. 15, 1829 
MORRISON Rhoda and Anthony Morse, both 

of and at Somerset. American of Nov. 15, 1822 

Alva and Mira South worth, at Stoughton. 

American of July 23, 1830 

MORROW Jane, daughter of Paul, Esq.-, of 
Greenbush and David Maclean, editor of 
Greenburgh Gazette, at Delaware, N. Y. 
American of April 4, 1820 

MORSE Lotta and Elkanah Clarke, both of 

Canton, Mass, in this town. American of Dec. lo, 1813 

Elijah, Esq., attorney at law, and Mary Jack- 
son, daughter of the late Dr. William, at 
Boston, Nov. 20, 181 7 

Hannah, daughter of Samuel, and Otis Tor- 
rey, both of and at Providence. American of Jan. 18, 1820 



192 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



MORSE Arnold and Mary A. Spencer, both of 
East Greenwich, 

Gardiner, of Somerset, and Nancy Luther, of 
and at Warren. American of 

Anthony and Rhoda Morrison, both of and 
at Somerset. American of 

Pamela, of Douglas, Mass., and George Lind- 
ley, of Burrillville, at Douglas, 

James C. and Melissa Learned, daughter of 
Rev. Erastus, at Canterbury, Ct. Ameri- 
can of 

Nelson and Eliza Blackington, both of and 
at Attleboro. American of 

George and Ann Louisa Remington, at Paw- 
luxet. American of 

George, of Worcester, Mass., and Sarah H. 
Dana, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Tobey, 

Lemuel, Esq., of Rehoboth, and Abigail 
Walker, of and at Dighton, by Rev. Mr. 
Gushee, 

Nathan ,T, and Alice S. Dana, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, 

Nathan B., Esq., of Brooklyn, Ct., and Eliza 
Tiffany, daughter of Comfort, of and at 
Killingly, by Rev. Mr. Whitmore, 

Moses and Emma Arnold, at Smithfield, by 
Thomas Mann, Esq. American of 

David, of Fojtboro, and Mrs. Lydia Mann, at 
Walpole. American of 

Jesse L. and Frances S. Dixon, daughter of 
Nathan F., Esq., at Westerly, 

Elizabeth Ann, of Charlestown, Mass., and In- 
crease Sumner Wheeler, of Framingham, 
at Charlestown. American of 

Mary D. and Daniel Covell, Jr., at West 
Dedham. American of 

Charles and Lucy Saunders, at Newburyport. 
American of 

Eliza and Jeremiah White, both of Attleboro, 
MORTON Bartlett and Rebecca Lyon, at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, 

Bertha P. and Edward T. Stowell, at Brook- 
field, by Rev. George R. Noyes. Ameri- 
can of 
MOSES John G., of Newport, and Maria Haile 
Hill, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Seamans, 

Abby, daughter of late Samuel, of Newport, 
and James Thompson, of Providence, at 
Newport, by Rev. Mr. Choules, 



Oct. 12, 1820 

Aug. 2, 1822 

Nov. 15, 1822 

Dec. 5, 1822 

Oct. 3, 1823 
Dec. 26, 1823 
July 28, 1824 

Sept. 14, 1826 

Sept. 28, 1826 
March 22, 1827 

May 16, 1827 

March 4, 1828 

Dec. 23, 1828 

Oct. 8, 1829 

Nov. 3, 1829 

Feb. 12, 1830 

March 9," 1830 
Nov. 26, 1832 

Oct. 8, 1828 

April 18, 1 83 1 

June 24, 1827 

Jan. 18, 1 831 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



193 



MOSHEK Dr. Stephen and Hannah Webster, 
daughter of Capt. Nicholas, of Newport, at 
Union Springs, N. Y. American of 

Ruth B., daughter qf Caleb, of Providence, 
and Joseph Andrews, of Glocester, at Prov- 
idence. American of 

Constant Burr and Mary Saunders Johnston, 
daughter of Ebenezer, both of and at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

Capt. William H. and Susan Bradford, both 
of and at Bristol. American of 

Ruth Ann, of Bristol, and John Taylor, of 
Providence, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Mann, 

Elizabeth, second daughter of late Capt. 
Abner, and William Thomas DeWitt, of 
Society Hill, S. C, at Bristol, by Rev. Dr. 
White, 
MOSHIER Caleb, Jr., and Elizabeth Sterry Bil- 
lings, both of Providence, at Boston, at St. 
Paul's Church, 
MOSIER Joel, of Dartmouth, and Hannah Bray- 
ton, at Tiverton. American of 

Jonathan, of Kennebunk, Me., and Abby 
Soule, daughter of Job, of Tiverton, at 
Westport, Mass. American of 
MOSKWAthe Prince of [Marshall Nye's Son,] 
add Mademoiselle Lafitte, daughter of the 
Banker, at Paris. American of 
MOTT Eliza, youngest daughter of Jonathan, and 
Dr. John A. Wadsworth, both of and at 
Portsmouth, at Friends' Meeting House, 

Eunice L. and Ayres Ellis, both of Smith- 
field, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, 

Jacob and Eliza Anthony, daughter of Abra- 
ham, b^th of and at Portsmouth. Ameri- 
can of 

Samuel and Sarah Earle, daughter of Capt. 
John, of Newport, at Friends' Meeting 
House, Rose St., New York, 

William L., Merchant, and Margaretta- 
Buchan, youngest daughter of late Robert, 
of and at New York, at St. Luke's Church, 
by Rev. L. S. Ives, 

Matilda, daughter of Samuel, of Brooklyn, 
N. Y., and Stephen Cahoone, Jr., of New- 
port, at Brooklyn, N. Y,, by Rev. Mr. Ca- 
hoone, 
MOULTON Cromwell and Lucina Olney, daugh- 
ter of Richard, all of Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Crocker, 



Sept. 19, 1 81 7 

Aug. 23, 1822 

Dec. 23, 1823 
Nov. 16, 1824 
Oct. 30; 1826 

Sept. 15, 1830 

July 25, 1827 
March 7, 1820 

Aug. 26, 1825 

March 21, 1828 

Oct. 2, 1822 
Dec. 4, 1825 

April 19, 1825 

Oct. 8, 1828 

May 27, 1829 

March 24, 1831 
Dec. 15, 181 1 



194 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



MOULTON Michael and Sarah Cutter, second 

daughter of Thomas, Jr., at Newport, by 

Rev. Mr. Gibs(on, 
Sally, daughter of late Michael, and James 

Perry, at Newport. American of 
Mary C., of Attleboro, and Samuel Atkinson, 

Esq., of Chillicothe, O., at Philadelphia. 

American of 
Rachael, of Rehoboth, and Stephen Bosworth, 

Jr., of Providence, at Rehoboth, by Stephen 

Moulton, Esq., 
Mary, daughter of William, and Robert 
' Seatle, both of and at Newport, by Rev. 

Mr. Eddy, 
Ann W. and Jared Arnold, both of and at 

North Providence, by Rev. Mr. Whallen, 
Mary and Harris C. Barnes, at Portland, 
Abigail and Henry Lawrence, at Boston. 

American of 
MOWRY Charlotte and William Chapman, both 

of this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, • 
Aidah, of Burrillville, and Isaac Bowen, of 

Scituate, at Burrillville, 
Aidar, of Burrillville, and Isaac Bowen, of 

Scituate, at Burrillville. American of 
Jerathniel and Nancy Bates, both of and at 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
Elizabeth, of Johnston, and Henry Alexan- 
der, of this town, at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. 

Edes. American of 
Esther, of Johnston, and Henry Harrington, 

by Rev. Mr. Edes. American of 
Lydia and Capt. James Weeden, both of and 

at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, 
Diana, daughter of William, Esq., and John 

Veazie, of Providence, at Smithfieid, by 

Rev. Mr. Edes, 
David, Jr., and Freelove Ballou, daughter of 

Moses, at Smithfieid. American of 
Hansi, daughter of Augustus, of Union, Me., 

and Dutee Cooke, of Bellingham, Mass., 
Daniel, 3d, and Ruth Farnum, daughter of 

Stephen, at Smithfieid, 
Osborne and Eliza Ann Southwick, at New- 
port, at the Friends' Meeting House, 
Nathan and Sarah Mann, daughter of Sam- 
uel, Esq., at Smithfieid, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
Thomas and Mrs. Mary Buffum, both of and 

at Providence. American of 
John S. and Mary Manton, at Glocester, by 

Edward Walden, Esq., 



April 26, 18 13 
March 30, 1821 

Aug. 9, 1822 

Dec. 21, 1828 

Dec. 22, 1828 

Jan. 6, 1829 
June 15, 1830 

May 17, 1 83 1 

Nov. 17, 1812 

May 9, 1813 

May II, 1813 

Feb. 20, 1 81 4 

March 8, 181 4 
May 10, 1 814 
June I, 1817 

Oct. 9, 1817 
Nov. 4, 181 7 
April 2, 1 8 18 
Dec. 6, 18 18 
Dec. 10, 1 818 
Dec. 30, 1 8 19 
Jan. 23, 1821 
May 13, 1821 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 



195 



MOWRY John S. and Mrs. Mary Manton, in 

Giocester by Edmund Walden, Esq., May 13, 1821 

(Was erroneously printed in American for May 22.) 
Col. Sayles and Mary Warner, at Giocester, 

by John Hawkins, Esq., 
Randall and Eliza Randall, at Johnston. 

American of 
Sarah, of Johnston, and Levi Rose, of and at 

North Providence. American of 
Benjamin and Lovey Marshall, both of and 

at Warwick. American of 
Tabitha, of Smithfield, and Rufus Williams, 

of Burrillville, at Smithfield, 
Smith, Jr., of Charleston, S. C, and Amey 

Dexter, youngest daughter of Lewis, Esq., 

of and at Smithfield. American of 
Capt. Lewis, of Smithfield, and Zerviah 

Warner, of Mendon, Mass., daughter of 

Daniel, at Smithfield. American of 
George L. and Hannah Leonard, both of and 

at Taunton. American of 
Samuel and Lydia Merry, youngest daughter 

of Joseph, dec, both of and at Smithfield. 

American of 
Sally, daughter of Seth, and James Andrews, 

at Smithfield, 
Mary and William H. Angel], both of North 

Providence, at Pawtucket. American of 
Charles, of Mendon, Mass., and Ann Cady, 

of Warwick, at Providence, 
Stephen, only son of Amasa, and Sarah 

Sayles, daughter of Gideon, at Smithfield, 

by Judge Mann, 
Jesse, eldest son of Major Nathaniel, and 

Rhoda Sayles, only daughter of John, 2d, 

at Smithfield, 
Charles C, of Providence, merchant, and 

Celia E. Aldrich. daughter of late Daniel, 

p:sq., of and at Smithfield, by Rev. Dr; 

Edes, 
Ruth and Virry Aldrich, of Smithfield, at 

Scituate. American of 
Sanford' and Eliza Cady, at Smithfield, by 

Thomas Mann, Esq. American of 
Barney and Phila Mowry, daughter of Amasa, 

at Smithfield, 
Phila, daughter of Amasa, and Barney Mowry, 

at Smithfield, 
Horace B. and Julian Nichols, at Smithfield, 

by Thomas Mann., Esq. American of 



May 14, 1 82 1 
Aug. 24, 1 82 1 
Nov. 16, 1821 

Aprjl 9, 1822 
July 3, 1823 

Sept. 26, 1823 

Dec. 2, 1823 
Jan. 9, 1824 

March 16, 1824 

May 26, 1825 

Sept. 27, 1825 

Jan. I, 1826 

F"eb. 9, 1826 

Feb. 24, 1826 

Aug. 27, 1827 
Feb. 29, 1828 
Jan. 1:3, 1829 
March 2, 1829 
March 2, 1829 
April 24, 1829 



196 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

MOWRY Ruth and Col. John Angell, both of 
and at Smithfield, by Thomas Mann., Esq. 
American of July 28, 1829 

Alice, eldest daughter of Nathaniel, 2d, and 
Samuel E. Gardiner, Esq., at Smithfield, 
by Rev. Mr. Allen, Feb. 3, 1831 

Whipple B.and Ruth C. Ammidon, at Smith- 
field, Sept. 13, 1832 
MUDGE William and Sabra Lewis, both of 
Providence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 
Benedict. American of Dec. 15, 18 18 

Solomon H., late of Portland, Me., and Susan 
H. Dodge, daughter of Nehemiah, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Mudge, Oct. 16, 1826 

MUENSCHER Major William, Cashier Eagle 
Bank, Bristol, and Lydia B. Munroe, daugh- 
ter of Capt. George, both of and at Bristol, 
at St. Michael's Chujch, by Bishop Gris- 
wold, July 17, 1820 

MUENCHER Rev. Joseph and Ruth Washburn, 
both of Leicester, Mass., at South Leices- 
ter, in Christ Church, by Rt. Rev. Bishop 
Griswold. American of Nov. 22, 1825 

MULCOCK Miss , daughter of late 

George, of Philadelphia, merchant, and 
Rev. Timothy Alden, President of Al- 
leghany College, at Reading, Penn. Amer- 
ican of Aug. 13. 1822 
MULLARKY Andrew and Emeline Angell, 

both of Providence, at Boston, March 6, 1832 

MUMFORD Phebe, daughter of the late Joseph, 
and Joseph Lyon, Jr., both of and at New- 
port, married by Rev. Mr. Gibson. Amer- 
ican of Nov. 14, 1809 

Thomas H. and Phebe Piatt, daughter of 
Joseph, both of and at Newport, by Rev. 
Mr. Ward, Dec. 21, 1809 

Caleb C. and Harriet B. Brown, daughter of 
Capt. Arthur, at Newport. American of June 26, 1810 

Giles, merchant, and Frances Eleanor Tal- 
bott, daughter of Benjamin, of this town, 
at Fayetteville, N. C. American of Oct. 17, 181 5 

Sarah Ann, eldest daughter of Benjamin B., 
and Capt. George N. Morris, U. S. Army, 
at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Miller, Oct. 2, 1817 

Capt. Henry G. and Mary BuUard, daughter 
of Isaac, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Edes, Oct. 28, 18 17 

Samuel Brenton and Louisa Dexter, daugh- 
ter of Capt. Benjamin G., both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Feb. 9, 1818 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES I97 

MUM FORD Capt. James and Sarah Snow, 
daughter of James, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson. American of Aug. 18, 1818 

Susan M...and William P. Greene, both of and 
at Providence, at St. John's Church, by 
Rev. Mr. Taft, Oct. S, 1818 

Abby M., daughter of Benjamin B., and 

George C. Mason, both of and at Newport, Oct. 20, i8i8 
Oliver, Esq., and Mary Whitehorne, daugh- 
ter of late James, Jr., at South Kingstown. 

American of Jan. 30, 182 1 

George and .Sarah Ann Burroughs, daughter 

of Greene, at Newport. American of March 16, 1821 

Hannah R., daughter of John, of Newport, 

and Charles T. Freebody, at Newport. 

American of June 28, 1822 

Richard B. and Emeline Almy, daughter of 

late Samuel, both of and at Newport. 

American of July 26, 1822 

Benjamin, merchant, and Mercy Goddard, 

daughter of late Stephen, at Newport, by 

Rev. Mr. Webb, Aug. 25, 1822 

Sarah, daughter of late John, Esq., of Provi- 
dence, and Rev. Dr. Jarvis Edward Dexter, 

at Boston, Dec. 30, 1824 

Pardon T., formerly of Newport, and Mary 

McCreakey, of and at Robertsville, S. C. 

American of Oct. 11, 1825 

William O. and Phebe Davis, daughter of 

John W., at Newport, Nov. 16, 1826 

Margaret G. and Cyril Knight, both of 

Smithfield, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Manchester, July 29, 1827 

Benjamin A., formerly of Newport, and 

Laura Louisa Wilcox, youngest daughter 

of the late Samuel, of and at New York, 

by Rev. Mr. Onderdonk. American ot May 19, 1829 

Eliza H. and William H. Case, both of South 

Kingstown, at Milltown, Ct., Sept. 25, 1829 

James H., of Kingston, R. L, and Clarissa 

Kenyon, daughter of Greene, of South 

Kingstown, at Milltown, Ct., Sept. 25, 1829 

Hannah C, daughter of late Benjamin B., 

Esq., and Joseph W. Sweet, of Providence, 

at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, Nov. 30, 1829 

James H., formerly of Newport, and 

Adelia W. Bosworth, of and at Rehoboth, 

by Rev. Mr. Vernon. American of Oct. 12, 1830 

Harriet E., daughter of Caleb C, and Solo- 
mon Gladding, Jr., at Newport, by Rev. 

Mr. Choules, Oct. 31, 1830 



198 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



MUNDAY William, of Fall River, and Eliza H. 
Arnold, of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Edes, 
MUNROE Mary, second daughter of John L., 
and Horatio G. Bates, in this town, 

Caroline, of Cranston, and Joseph Francis 
Lippitt, merchant, of this town, at Crans- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Williams, 

Capt. Bateman and Mary Ch'ilds, at Ports- 
mouth, R. I., by Rev. Mr. Kent, 

Christana and Luther Handy, both of 
Warren, at Bristol. American of 

Nathaniel, Esq., and Sarah Dimon, eldest 
daughter of Jonathan, Esq., at Bristol, by 
Rev. Mr. Wight. American of 

Thomas and Julia Ann Luther, both of Bris- 
tol, at Warren. American of 

Capt. Thomas B. and Clarrissa Usher San- 
ford, both of Bristol, at Brooklin, L, L, by 
Rev. Mr. Smith, 

Major Jeremiah, of Bristol, and Kesiah Allen, 
of Barnstable, at Bristol, 

Sarah, youngest daughter of Josiah, of Prov- 
idence, and Capt. James Bastow, of Roch- 
ester, Mass., at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, 

Abigail H. and James T. Newrnan, merchant, 
both of and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Mann, 

John L. and Hetty S. Patten, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Maria Hester, youngest daughter of the 
President, and Samuel Lawrence Gouvern- 
eur, Esq., at Washington, by Rev. Mr. 
Hawley. American of 

Allen, 3d, and Joanna Lincoln, at Bristol. 
American of 

Lydia B., daughter of Capt. George, and 
Major William Muenscher, cashier Eagle 
Bank, Bristol, both of and at Bristol, at St. 
Michael's Church, by Bishop Griswold, 

Sally L., daughter of Palmer, of Warren, and 
William L. Brown, of Providence, at War- 
ren, by Rev. Mr; Rexford, 

Capt. Matthias, of Bristol, and Dorcas White, 
daughter of Capt. Thomas, of and at New- 
port. American of 

Capt. Joseph S., of Providence, and Louisa 
Anderson, daughter of the late Capt. John, 
of New York, at Charleston, S. C. Amer- 
ican of 



Oct. 22, 1829 
July 3, 1810 

Oct. 10, 181 1 

June 23, 1814 

June 4, 1816 

March 21, 1817 
May 30, 1817 

Oct. 17, 1817 
Sept. 29, 1 81 8 

Aug. 12, 1819 

Oct. 3. 1819 

Feb. 22, 1820 

March 17, 1820 
April 7, 1820 

July 17, 1820 

July 30, 1820 

Dec. 5, 1820 

May IS, 1821 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES I99 

MUNROE Mary M., daughter of Josiah, of 

Providence, and Richard Barstow, of Roch- 
ester, Mass., May 18, 182 1 
Ellizab)eth-B., eldest daughter of Major Heze- 
kiah; and Samuel Coggeshall, Esq!', both of 

and at Bristol. -American of May 22, 1821 

Col. Joseph Jones, brother of the President, 

and Huldah Hubbard, at Charlton, Mo. 

American of Sept. 25, 182 1 

James, Jr., of Virginia, and Elizabeth Mary 

Douglas, daughter of the late George, Esq., 

of and at New York. American of , April 16, 1822 

MUNRO William P. and Phebe Wright, at Bris- 
tol. American of July 9, 1822 
Sarah C, of Boston, and James V. Babson, 

of Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, June 8, 1823 

Mary, daughter of Allen, of Seekonk, and 

Joseph Spaulding, of Connecticut, at Attle 

boro. May 18, 1823 

Mary, daughter of Capt. Bateman Munro, of 

Portsmouth, and Joseph R. Bradford, of 

Bristol, at Portsmouth. American of March 23, 1824 

Susan E. K., of Bristol, and Benjamin W. C. 

Ward, of Newport, at Middleboro. Amer- 
ican of April 27, 1824 
Eleanor, of Bristol, and Charles B. Spooner, 

of Providence,- at Bristol. American of Sept. 14, 1824 

Sarah and Henry Blesdell, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 9, 1824 

Allen, of Seekonk, and Mrs. Temperance 

Thompson, of and at Warren, by Rev. Mr. 

Welsh, Jan. 30, 1825 

Rebecca B. and Loyd Luther, both of and at 

Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Welsh, ■ Nov. 8, 1825 

Joseph, Jr., of Seekonk, and Olive Brown, 

of Attleboro, at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. 

Pease, April 9, 1826 

James and Julia Ann Smith, at Warren. 

American of Oct. 24, 1826 

Mrs. Polly and Hon. John Howland, both of 

and at Bristol, by Rev Mr Wright, Dec. 3, 1826 

Thomas Greene and Eleanor Wardwell, at 

Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wright, May i, 1827 

Sanford, of Bristol, and Mary Ann Chace, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Se.imans, Aug. 29, 1827 

Samuel and Sarah Aldrich, of Seekonk, at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. 7, 1827 

, Martha, H., daughter of late Capt. Benjamin, 

and Jeremiah S. Greene, both of and at 

Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Virgin, Oct. 14, 1827 



200 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



MUNRO Alice and Joseph J. Bowler, at Bris- 
tol, by Rev. Mr. Wight. American of 

Susan and Jesse T. Durfee, both of and at 
Portsmouth, American of 

James T., of Providence, and Amey Greene, 
of and at Coventry, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Samuel and Rebecca A. Miller, daughter of 
late Allen, both of Bristol, at Fall River, 
by Rev. Mr. Taylor, 

Bennett J. and Sarah L. Fish, at Bristol, 

Mary, daughter of late Edward, Jr., and 
Nathan Bishop, at Bristol, 

Martha and Cornelius F. Hamlen, at Paw- 
tucket, 

Henry, of New York, and Lucinda Eliza 
Darby, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, 

William and Harriet Fales, both of Bristol, 
at Camerioca, Cuba, 

Elizabeth B., of Bristol, and Horace Miller, 
Esq., of Pawtucket, at Bristol, at St. 
Michael's Church, by Rev. Bishop Gris- 
wold. American of 

Josiah S. and Abby W. Bigley, at Newport, 
by Rev. Mr. Choules, 

Jane, daughter of Sylvester, and Samuel 
Chace, both of and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. 
Bid well, 

Mary Ann, daughter of the late Hezekiah, 
2d, and William . Butts, both of and at 
Bristol, 

Ann, daughter of late Edward, Jr., of Bristol, 
and Nathaniel Greene, formerly of New- 
port, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Bristed, 

Hopestill Potter, daughter of Major Heze- 
kiah, and Gilbert Walker, formerly of Bris- 
tol, now of Taunton, at Bristol, by Rev. 
Mr. Bristed, 

Ann Sarah, of Providence, and Soraneus L. 
Hall, of Norton, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Pickering, 

Lydia H. and Ira P. Slade, at Bristol, 

Abby W. and J. Simmons Palmer, at Bristol, 
by Rev. Mr. Bates, 

Mary, of Bristol, and Daniel Collins, at Fall 
River. American of 

Capt. Jeremiah and Mrs. Mary Edgar, both 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Elizabeth H. and John C. Gray, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Phillips, 



Jan. IS, 1828 

March 14, 1828 

May II, 1828 

July 3, 1828 
Sept. 23, 1828 

April 7, 1829 

May 18, 1829 

June 2, 1829 
Dec. I, 1829 

Dec. 4, 1829 
Sept. 22, 1830 

Jan. 21, 1831 

April 10, 1 83 1 

April 23, 1831 

April 24, 1 83 1 

April 28, 1 83 1 
March 4, 1832 

May 13, 1832 
Oct. 9, 1832 
Nov. 4, 1832 

Dec. 30, 1832 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 201 

MUNRO James, of Bristol, and Amelia Eddy, 
eldest daughter of Ezra, of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev, Mr. Church, Jan. 2, 1833 
Francis S., of Bristol, and Elizabeth N. 
Washburn, daughter of late Isaac, at Taun- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. West, Jan. 27, 1833 

MUNYAN Thomas, of Providence, and Nabby 

Jones, daughter of Capt. S , at 

Med way, Mass. American of Dec. 21, 1824 

MURAT Madame, sister to the late Emperor of 
France, and widow of the King of Naples; 
and Gen. McDonald, an Italian general. 
American of May 23, 181 7 

Achiie, Esq.. of Florida, formerly of Italy, 
eldest son of His late Majesty, King 
Joachin, of Naples, and Mrs. Catharine 
Dangerfield Gray, of Tallahassee, late of 
Fredericksburg, Va., daughter of Major 
Byrd.C. Willis, of this latter place, at Tal- 
lahassee, Fla., July 12, 1826 

MURCH Priscilla and Daniel Clarke, Jr., at Bos- 
ton. American of Feb. 2, 1830 

MURDOCK Hannah and W. S. Rossiter, Esq., 
Cashier of the Eagle Bank, New Haven, at 
Schenectady, N. Y. American of Nov. 2, 1824 

MURPHY Margaret F. and Edward Landers, at 

Newport. American of Feb. 12, 1828 

Edwin T. and Mary Ann Towne, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Kent, , Feb. 17, 1828 
Francis, of Newport, and Elizabeth Ann 
Babcock, daughter of Capt. Peleg, of and 
at Westerly. American of March 27, 1832 

MURRAY Lord James, son of the Duke of 
Athol, and Lady Percy, daughter of the 
Duke of Northumberland, married in Eng- 
land, by the Archbishop of Canterbury. 
The wedding robe of the bride cost $13,000. 
American of July 27, 1810 

Catharine and Jacob Minote, of Italy, at Bris- 
tol, Mays, .1812 
John B. and Maria Bronson, daughter of 
Isaac, both of and at New York, by Rev. 
Dr. Romeyn. American of Jan. 3, 1815 
Amelia, daughter ot John B., Esq., and John 

L. Mason, Esq., at New York. American of Jan. 19,' 182 1 
William, of Baltimore, and Mrs. Elizabeth 
Annis, of and at Providence, by William 
B. Martm, Esq., Feb. 12, 1822 

James S., of Camden, S. C, and Aurelia B. 

Pearce, of Providence, at Philadelphia, April 22, 1823 



202 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



MURRAY Elizabeth and William Sheridan, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, May 8, 1826 

Jane M. and John J. Kilton, both of and at 

Coventry, by Rev. Mr. Dana, Dec. 2, 1827 

Elizabeth and Robert T. Snow, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. American of Dec. 11, 1827 
William H., of Providence, and Elizabeth 
Eddy, of Dartmouth, at the Methodist 
Chapel, Providence, by Rev. Mr. Horton, Oct. 10, 1832 
MUSSEY Thomas, of Exeter, and Mary Fos- 
dick, daughter of Capt. Nicoll, of and at 
Norwich, Ct. American of May 30, 1817 
John and Abigail Lufkin, at Salem. Amer- 
ican of Dec. 25, 1829 
MYERS Zerviah and Henry Harbin, both of 
Dracut, Mass., at Olneyville, by Nathaniel 
G. Olney, Esq., May 5, 1815 
Matilda and Enock Farnum, of Boston, at 
New York. American of April i, 183 1 
MYRICK Charles Valentine and Joanna Salis- 
bury, daughter of Jonathan, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Mudge. Amer- 
ican of Oct. 5, 1824 



N 



NASON Mary Ann, daughter of Nathaniel, and 
John Heath, at Newport. American of 

David and Susan O. Gardiner, daughter of 
Lyman, of South Kingstown, at Ports- 
mouth, by Rev. Mr. Anthony, 

Mrs. Abigail and Matthew Weaver, at New- 
port. American of 

George and Elizabeth Scott, at Newport, by 
Rev. Mr. Eddy. 

Thomas W., of Smithfield, and Ann Helme, 
youngest daughter of late John, of King- 
ston, at Pawtucket. American of 
NASH Nancy, daughter of Capt. Jonathan, of 
Westerly, and Capt. Henry Dickens, of 
Stonington, at Watch Hill Point, by Rev. 
Mr. Shaw. American of 

Capt. Joshua and Paulina Tucker, at Boston. 
American of 



June 15, 1824 

Sept. 3, 1827 

Jan. 9, 1828 

March 14, 1830 

March 26, 1830 

Feb. 21, 1826 
April 6, 1830 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRlJi GES 203 

NAYSON Jonathan and Martha P. Hodge, at 

Newburyport. American of July 9, 1830 

Charles, of Walpole, and Eliza B. Williams, 
of and at Mansfield, by Rev. Mr. Briggs, Dec. 17, 1832 

NEAL Christopher, of Alexander, Va., and Har- 
riet Easton, daughter of Nicholas, Esq., of 
and at Newport, Jan. 25, 18 10 

Capt. Joseph, of Rochester, Mass., and Ann 
Vose, daughter of Edward, at Newport, by 
Rev. Mr. Elton. American of April 28, 1820 

Mrs. Hannah, of Providence, and John Mas- 
ters, of Marblehead, at Providence, Oct. 18, 1821 

Ann, of Baltimore, and Rev. Richard Folley 
Cleveland, at Baltimore, by Rev. Nelson 
Reed. American of Sept. 25, 1829 

Capt. William H.and Sarah Ropes, at Salem. 

American of Nov. 26, 1829 

NEEDHAM John G., of Franklin, Mass., and 
Eliza Waterman, daughter of Andrew, 
Esq., in Smithfield. American of Nov. 9, 1821 

NEFF William, Esq., of Cincinnati, and Eliza 
Clifford Wayne, of and at Savannah, Ga. 
American of . June 14, 1825 

NEILL Christiana H'ckman, only daughter of 
Lewis, Esq., of Philadelphia, and Rev. Wil- 
liam Richmond, of Bloomingdale, N. Y., 
formerly of Providence, at Philadelphia, by 
Rev. Bishop White, July 28, 1823 

NEILSON Susan Hude, daughter of William, 
Esq., and Robert Gracie, Esq., at New 
York. American of April 27, 1824 

NELSON Charlotte, niece of the Admiral, and 
Hon. Samuel Hood, son of the Admiral, in 
England. American of Oct. 5, 1810 

Mary and James Sabin, in this town, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, ' May 26, 18 13 

Ebenezer, merchant, and Eliza F. Williams, 
only daughter of Caleb, Esq., both of and 
at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 17, 1815 

Betsey, of Shrewsbury, Mass., and Naham 
Eager, of Providence, at Shrewsbury. 
American of Aug. 29, 1820 

Cyrus, of Middleboro, and Hannah King, 
daughter of Capt. Turner, of and at Taun- 
ton. American of Dec. 14, 1821 

Angelina and Joseph Tomkins, both of Paw- 
tucket, at New Haven. American of Nov. 8, 1822 

Rev. Ebenezer, Jr., and Rebecca Child, 
daughter of A , at Lynn, Mass. Ameri- 
can of Dec. 27, 1822 



204 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

NELSON Ruth, daughter of Major Paul, of Paw- 
tucket and Peter B. Hunt, Esq., attorney 

at law, of Seekonk, at Pawtucket, by Rev. 

Mr. Taft. American of April 20, 1824 

Angeline, of Wrentham, and Lowell Hol- 

brook, of New York, merchant, at Wren- 
tham, by Rev. E. Fiske, Dec. 21, 1824 
Capt. Thomas S., of Wrentham, and Susan 

Bowen Messenger, at Cambridgeport. 

American of Dec. 31, 1824 

Edmund and Eunice Studley, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Mudge, Jan. 30, 1825 

Jonathan, of Upton, and Achsa Wood, of and 

at Mendon, Feb. 7, 1828 

George S., merchant, and Mary Ann Easton, 

daughter of John G., at New Bedford, by 

Rev. Mr. Dewey, April 19, 183 1 

NESLER Harriet and Frederick S. Fell, editor 

Savannah Republican. American of ' Dec. 15, 1820 

NESTELL Christian M., formerly of New York, 

and Betsey H. Bosworth, daughter of 

Major Asa, of Providence, May 7, 1821 

NETHERLANDS William Frederick Charles, 

son of the Kmg of the, and Louisa Augusta 

Wilhelraine Amelia, daughter of the King 

of Prussia, in her i8th year. American of July 19, 1825 

NEVINS James, merchant, and Miss Willis, at 

Philadelphia. American of May 10, 1814 

NEW Martha Ann and J Mestayer, of the 

Salem Theatre, at Boston, April 23, 1828 

NEWBOLD Thomas and Anna Elizabeth 

Mitchell, daughter of late Edward, Esq., 

of Georgetown, S. C, at New York, in 

Grace Church, by Rev. J. M. Wainwright, July 18, 1822 

NEWCOMB Henry S., Lieut. U. S. Frigate 

President, and Jlhoda Murdenborough, at 

New York, by Rev. Dr. Bowen, April 16, 18 14 

Simeon F. A. and Nancy Briggs, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Oct. 29, 1820 

Danforth and Mary Ann Marshall, both of 

and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wight, Feb. 4, 1822 

Nathaniel, of Norton, and Betsey Lincoln, 

daughter of Gen. Thomas, of and at Taun- 
ton. American of May 2, 1823 
Francis Dana, of U. S. Army, and Lavina 

Day, daughter of Dr. S , at Sackett's 

Harbor, N. Y., Aug. 8, 1825 

NEWELL Asa and Nancy Angell, eldest daugh- 
ter of Fenner, all of this town, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, Nov. 18, 18 10 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 



205 



NEWELL Roona and Capt. William Hull, in 

this town, t^gpf g jgjj 

Stanford and Rebecca R. Easton both of this ' ' 

tovyn, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Nov. 6, 1 8 r i 

tranklin, of this town, and Harriet J. Ware, 

at Shrewsbury. American of . ' Nov 29 181 1 

Esther and Henry Renches, both of and at ' 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Gano, Oct 24 i8n 

Lucretia and John Taft, both of and at Ux- 

bridge.by Rev. Samuel Judson. Amencanof Sept. 18 i8t8 
Abby and John Atwood, both of and at Prov- 

^'^^"^^' July 2 1820 

Eliza G. and Dr. Francis D. Waite, at Dele- ' 

ware. American of Nov. 27 1821 

Mrs. Philomela, widow of Rev. Samuel, and ' ' 

Mr. Garrett, printer and assistant 

missionary, at Bombay, India. American of Dec. 27, 1822 

Abigail, daughter of Samuel, Jr., and Bolus 
Balkum, both of and at Attleboro, by Rev. 
Mr. Kellum, April 16, 1823 

Samuel, 3d, and Catherine Carpenter, both of 
and at Attleboro. American of Jan. 13, 1824 

Pardon and Hannah Ring, both of Smithfield, 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, March 3, 1824 

John and Polly Grant, 6ldest daughter of 
Elipaz, both of and at Cumberland. Amer- 
ican of Nov. 23, 1824 

Eunice R., of Attleboro, and Jonathan N. 
Spencer, of Pawtucket, at Attleboro, 
by Rev. Mr. Kilham, April 5, 1825 

Nancy, daughter of John, and Stephen Baker, 
at Pawtucket. American of Oct. 24, 1826 

Susan and Captf Willard Ballou, both of and 
at Smithfield, Feb. 8, 1827 

John H., of Lancaster, Penn., and Harriet 
G. Peckham, daughter of Samuel, of New- 
port, at New York, by Rev. Mr. Covell'. 
American of Aug. 26, 1828 

Stanford, Esq., and Abby L. Penniman, 
daughter of late Obadiah, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Tobey, Sept. 21, 1829 

NEWHALL Rev. Ebenezer, of Oxford, and 

Sarah B. Clarke, at Boston. American of Sept. 28, 1824 

Louisa and John Marston, at Lynn. Ameri- 
can of Sept. 10, 1830 
NEWLAND Mary and Michael Cafferty, at 

Providence, May 21, 1832 

NEWMAN Rona and John Rounds, both of and 
at Rehoboth, by Justice Martin. Ameri- 
can of Sept; 7, 1 8 10 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



NEWMAN Samuel Stillman, of Boston, mer- 
chant, and Abigail Carlile, eldest daughter 
of Col. John, of and at this town, at St. 
John's Church, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 

James T., merchant, and Abigail H. Munroe, 
both of and at Bristpl, by Rev. Mr. Mann, 

Abby, daughter of John, of this town, and 
Raymond Taggert, of Newport, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, 

Mary, eldest daughter of Rev. David, of Re- 
hoboth, and Abel Cooper, of Seekonk, at 
Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Luther, 

John T. and Hannah Hazard, daughter of 
late George, both of and at Newport. 
American of 

Eleanor, of Prince William Co.,Va., and Chris- 
topher C. Gushing, of Seekonk, at Prince 
William Co., 

John and Mary Jones, both of and at Provi- 
dence. American of 

Dea. Sylvanus and Mrs. Charlotte Carpenter, 
both of Seekonk, at Pawtucket. Ameri- 
can of 

Nancy, of Rehoboth, and Alexander A. 
Seaver, of Holdej, Mass., at Rehoboth, 

John P. and Susan L. Barrus, at Warren. 
American of 

Harriet, daughter of John, and Ira Gray, at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Sylvester S. and Eliza Luce, at Warren. 
American of 

Mrs. Hannah and Col. Erastus P. Allen, both 
of and at Newport. American of 

Fanny B. and William G. Black, both of and 
at Providence, 

Sophia, daughter of John, and George H. 
Hopkins, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
NEWPORT General Count and ex-Empress 
Maria Louisa, widow of Napoleon ; she is in 
her 35th year. American of 
NEWTON Rejoice, Esq., and Rebecca Lincoln, 
daughter of Hon. Levi, at Worcester. 
American of 

John B. and Mary Peckham, daughter of 
Thomas, Esq., at Newport. American of 

Mary, of Voluntown, Ct., and James B. 
Vveaver, of Coventry, at Voluntown. 
American of 

Mrs. Deborah and Timothy Bosworth, both 
of and at Taunton. American of 



April 13, 1813 
Oct. 3, 1819 

Dec. 31, 1820 

Feb. 18, 1821 

May 17, 1822 

Dec. 4, 1822 
March 18, 1823 

May 2, 1823 
Oct. 25, 1825 
Oct. 24, 1826 
Nov. 23, 1826 
Jan. 30, 1827 
March 14, 1828 
Jan. 26, 1829 

Sept. 6, 1829 

Oct. 21, 1825 

May 6, 1817 
Sept. 13, 1822 

Oct. 29, 1822 
April 26, 1825 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 207 

NEWTON Capt. Simon, Jr., and Emily Pitman, 

daughter of Thomas G., Esq., both of and 

at Newport, by Rev. Dr. Patten, July 8, 1827 

William, Jr., of Millbury, and Phebe D. Guild, 

of Sutton, at Grafton, by Rev. Mr. Con- 

yers. American of Nov. 13, 1828 

Eliza, of Providence, and B. S. Lynde, of 

New York, at Providence, Oct. 6, 1828 

Rev. Joel Worthington, professor in Andover 

College, Mass., and Azuba C. Ruggles, 

daughter of late Benjamin, of and at New- 
port, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, at Trinity 

Church, June 10, 1829 

Susan and Sylvanus Dunton, at Hubbards- 

ton. American of Aug. 6, 1830 

NICHOLS Sarah Bassett, of this town, and 

Ralph Gilbert, of Hebron, Ct., by Rev. 

Mr. Williams, Sept. 3, 18 12 

Rachel, daughter of John T., Esq., of North 

Kingstown, and Philip Taylor, of South 

Kingstown, at North Kingstown, by Rev. 

William Northup, March ro, 1814 

William S. and Eliza Pitman, daughter of 

Thomas G., Esq., at Newport. American of April 4, 181 5 
Mary, daughter of the late John, and Aholiah 

Branch, at Cranston. American of June 18, 1816 

Elipha, daughter of Jonathan, Esq., and Col. 

Jeremiah McGregor, at Coventry, Oct. 19, 1816 

William S. and Anstress Cooper, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. 13, 1820 
Lucy M. and John C. Cady, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Preston, Oct. 8, 1820 

Mrs. Maria Theresa and Capt. John Brown, 

both of Providence, at Savannah, Ga. 

American of Aug. 3, 1821 

Mary E., daughter of John T., Esq., of South 

Kingstown, and Capt. Elijah Kenyon, at 

South Kingstown. American of Sept. 28, 1821 

Otis, of Rehoboth, and Betsey Walker, 

daughter of Nehemiah, of Wellington, at 

Taunton. American of Aug. 30, 1822 

Caroline and Erastus Perrin, of Pomfret, at 

Woodstock, Ct. American of Jan. 16, 1824 

Lucinda, daughter of Jonathan, of Providence, 

and Emanuel Jones, of and at Charleston, 

S. C. American of April 30, 1824 

George and Sarah Gardiner, of South Kings- 
town, American of Sept. 6, 1825 
Sally and Thomas Andrews, at Freetown. 

American of April 4, 1826 



208 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



NICHOLS Mary B. and Ray J. Watson, both of 
and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr.. Benedict, 

and Elias Skinner, both of and at Taun- 
ton, 

Philip, of Rehoboth, and Rebecca W. 
Horton, of and at Dighton, 

Galen, of Rehoboth, and Huldah Martin, 
daughter of Capt. Stephen, at Swanzey, by 
Rev. Mr. Taylor. American of 

Joseph D., of Fall River, and Parthenia ,B. 
Chace, of and at Swanzey, 

Dr. Benjamin and Mary Eleanor T. Spink, 
daughter of Boone, both of and at Wick- 
ford, by Rev. Mr. Burge, 

Welcome, of Coventry, and Mrs. Wealthy 
Ann Ward, of Cumberland, at Stpithfield, 
by Thomas Mann, Esq., 

Samuel, of Providence, and Celia Budlong, 
daughter of Stephen, at Warwick. Amer- 
ican of 

Helen M. W. and Abiel Sherman, at North 
Kingstovvn, 

Charlotte, formerly of Nantucket, and Wil- 
liam A. Brown, publisher of the Toilet, at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Sanborn, 

Julian and Horace B. Mowry, at Smithfield, 
by Thomas Mann, Esq. American of 

Harvey and Hannah Ballou, at Ware Vil- 
lage, Mass. American of 

Mary A., of East Greenwich, and Alfred H. 
Taber, of Providence, at East Greenwich, 
by Rev. Mr. Allen, 

Capt. Martin and Mary Whittington, at Co- 
hassett. American of 

Catharine Clarke and Moodey Merrell, at 
Boston. American of 

Catharine C. and William A. Winship, at 
Dedham. American of 
NICHOLAS Ann and John S. Phillips, both of 
and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 

Juliana and Moses Cleveland, at Smithfield. 
American of 
NICKERSON Leonard, of Seekonk, and Phebe 
Small, of Smithfield, at Pawtucket. Amer- 
ican of 

Aseneth and Elisha Studley, at Pawtucket. 
American of 

Leonard and Choice Davis, at Pawtucket. 
American of 

Clifford P. and Elizabeth Read, at Valley 
Falls, by Rev. Mr. Greene, 



July 30, 1826 

Oct. 18, 1826 

Dec. 3, 1826 

April 10, 1827 
May 24, 1827 

June 28, 1827 

March 17, 1828 

June 24, 1828 
.Sept. II, 1828 

Oct. 19, 1828 
April 24, 1829 
Sept. 18, 1829 

Oct. 13, 1829 
Oct. 30, 1829 
May 3, 1 83 1 
May 10, 1831 
March 20, 1822 
Jan. 20, 1826 

Jan. 24, 1823 

May 13, 1828 

May 13, 1828 

Feb. 4, 1830 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



209 



NICKERSON Eliza and John W. Downing, at 

Newport. American of 
NICKLYE Francis C, formerly of Newport, 
and Elizabeth Kendrick, of and at Liver, 
pool, Eng. American of 

Laurent F. S. and Susan Moore, daughter of 
John H., at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Puffer. 
American of 
NIGER Alfred, of Saybrook, Ct., and Julia 

Bowen, of and at Providence, 
NIGHTINGALE Joseph, of this town, and 
Mary Greene, daughter of William, of and 
at East Greenwich, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Mrs. Martha and Dr. Henry E. Turner, of 
East Greenwich, by Rev. Mr. Manchester. 
American of 

Samuel and Elizabeth K. Thompson, daugh- 
ter of Edward K., Esq., in this town, at 
St. John's Church, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 

Nancy, of Quincy, Mass., and James Allen, 
of Providence, at Quincy. American of 

Samuel, Esq., and Eliza Rogers, daughter of 
late John, Esq., both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
NILES Phebe and James C. Greene, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict. American of 

William and Harriet Jinson, at Pawtuxet, 

Mary and James Wilkinson, both of Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, 

Hezekiah, Editor of the Register, and Sally 
Ann Warner, daughter of late John, at 
Baltimore. American of 

Fidelia Esther, of Providence, and Joseph 
Luther, of Warren, at Providence, 

Thomas and Maria V. McClennen, at Bos- 
ton. American of 
NITCHER Mrs. Avis, of Nantucket, aged 68, 
and Howes Sears, of Cape Cod, aged 17, 
at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Sprague, 
NOAH M. M., Esq., Editor of Enquirer, and 
Rebecca Jackson, only daughter of Daniel, 
at New York. American of 
NOBLES Thomas and Zilpha Bennett, at Provi- 
dence. American of 
NOONING Rebecca, eldest daughter of Jona- 
than, and William Bradford, Jr., both of 
and at Bristol, by Rev. Bishop Griswold, 

Adalaide, daughter of Jonathan, of Bristol, 
and Jonathan Browning, formerly of Little 
Compton, at Bristol. American of 



Sept. 16, 1 83 1 

July 31, 1827 

Jan. s, 1830 
Oct. 30, 1827 

May 7, 1810 

Oct. 26, 1810 

Nov. 8, 181 5 
Sept. IS, 1820 

May 20, 1822 

Jan. 29, 1819 
Nov. 12, 1820 

May I, 1823 

July II, 1826 

April I, 1827 

March 11, 1831 

March 30, 1815 

Dec. 4, 1827 
Nov. 13, 182 1 

Aug. 2, 1827 

July 12, 1831 



210 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



NORMAN Priscilla, daughter of the late Moses, 
and Philip Stevens, at Newport. Amer- 
ican of 

Capt. Richard and Rachal Peckham, daugh- 
ter of Thomas, Esq. American of 
NORRIS Ann Burt, daughter of the late Capt.. 
Paul v., of Bristol, and Winthrop Pidge, of 
this town, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wight, 

Catharme, daughter of the late Capt. John, 
and Andrew V. Allen, at Newport, by 
Rev. Mr. Wheaton, 

Gilbert and Eliza Cox, at Bristol. American 
of 

Eliza B., of Bristol, and William G. Field, for- 
merly of Boston, at Bristol. American of 

Mrs. Elizabeth, daughter of Samuel Holman, 
Jr., and Benjamin- K. Churchill, of Bristol, 
at Salem. American of 

John, of Troy, Mass., and Charlotte Norton, 
daughter of William, Esq., of and at Tiver- 
ton. American of 

Hezekiah, of Bristol, and Mary Ann Barker, 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Picker- 
ing, 

Mary E., daughter of Benjamin, Esq., and 
Capt. Gersham Burr, both of and at Bris- 
tol, by Rev. Mr. Wight, 

Malinda, of Central Falls, and Capt. John 
Baker, of Dennis, Mass., at Pawtucket. 
American of 

Hannah, daughter of Benjamin, of Bristol, 
and Isaac Hall, of New Bedford, at Bristol, 

Mary C, of Providence, and Bernard Mathew- 
son, of Boston, at Coventry, Ct., 
NORTH AM Mary, daughter of Capt. Stephen 
T., and Charles Cotton, both of and at 
Newport, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton. Amer- 
ican of 
NORTHUMBERLAND Lady Percy, daughter 
of the Duke of, and Lord James Murray, 
son of the Duke of Athol, married in Eng- 
land, by the Archbishop of Canterbury. 
The wedding robe of the bride cost above 
$13,000. American of July 3 and 27, 1810 

NORTH UP Abigail and Otis Lee, of and at 
Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, of 
Pawtucket, 

Oliver R., of North Kingstown, and Sarah 
E. Marshall, of and at Norwich, Ct. Amer- 
ican of 



May 9, 1820 
Sept. 13, 1825 

June 7, 1815 

Nov. 30, 1818 
April 7, 1820 
June 2, 1820 

March 12, 1822 

Sept. 21, 1824 

Aug. I, 1826 

Jan. 7, 1827 

Sept. 16, 1 83 1 
Dec. 12, 1831 
June 18, 1832 

June 13, 1817 



Jan. 23, 1820 



Feb. I, 1820 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



211 



NORTH UP John and Sarah Cowley, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Pitman. American of 

Waitey and Rev. William Northup, both of 
and at North Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. 
Hammond, 

Rev. William and Waitey Northup, both of 
and at North Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. 
Hammond, 

Susan, of Valley Falls, and Ephraim Whip- 
ple, of Attleboro, at Valley Falls, Cumber- 
land. American of 

Ruth and Jason Cowden, at Valley Falls. 
American of 

Diana and Charles S. Weaver, at Coventry. 
American of 

Joram, of North Kingstown, and Merebah 
Weeden, daughter of late William, of 
Jamestown, at North Kingstown. Amer- 
ican of 

Sally B., daughter of John P., and John Ridge, 
of the Cherokee Nation, late of the For- 
eign Mission School, at Cornwall, Ct. 
American of 

Abby,'of Newport, and David Fuller, of Ded- 
ham, at Providence, 

Mary Ann, of Central Falls, and Sirah Bizell, > 
of Seekonk, at Central Falls, near Paw- 
tucket, 

Lucy and Joseph Gardiner, at Central Falls, 
Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Greene. Amer- 
ican of 

Mercy Ann and William C. Gardiner, at Ap- 
ponaug, 

Louisa E., daughter of Capt. Joseph, of Prov- 
idence, and Joseph Snow, Editor and Pro- 
prietor of Southbridge Register, at Provi- 
dence, 

Nelson C, of Providence, and Wealthy Con- 
ley, of North Providence, at Pawtucket, by 
Rev. Mr. Taft, 
NORTON Jerusha, of Wrentham, and Josiah J. 
Fiske, Esq., at Wrentham, 

Susan and Ensign Olney Arnold, at Smith- 
field, by Jesse Comstock, Esq., 

Prof. Andrews, of University at Cambridge, 
and Catharine Elliott, daughter of late 
Samuel, at Boston, by Rev. Mr. Lowell. 

Eliza, daughter of William, Esq., and Wheeler 
M. Blanding, of Bristol, at Tiverton. 
American of 



May 9, 1820 

Oct. 16, 1820 

Oct. 16, 1820 

March 28, 1823 

May 6, 1823 

June 10, 1823 

June 20, 1823 

Feb. 17, 1824 
May 9, 1824 

July 3, 1825 

Aug. 9, 1825 
March 30, 1828 

May 21, 1829 

March 14, 1830 

May S, 1813 

Oct. 27, 1816 

May 28, 1821 

June I, 1821 



212 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

NORTON l^enjamin H., publisher of Hartford 

Times, and Augusta Ware, of Boston, at 

Greenfield. American of Aug. 13, 1824 

Charlotte, daughter of William, Esq., of Tiv- 
erton, and John Norris, of Troy, Mass., at 

Tiverton. American of Sept. 21, 1824 

Sarah and Benjamin Foster, both of and at 

Newport. American of Oct. 19, 1824 

Borden A. and Nancy Scott, daughter of 

Harvey, both of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Webb. American of Oct. 14, 1825 

Rebecca S. and Esek Keeney, at New Bed- 
ford. American of July 15, 1830 
Deborah, of Edgartown, and George Mc- 

Grath, of Kennebec, at Edgartown. 

American of May 17, 1831 

NORWELL Major Josepli, Editor of the Whig, 

and Agnes Walker, of and at Nashville, 

Tenn. American of May 6, 1823 

NORWOOD James W. and Mariam S. Coffin, 

at Portland, Me. American of June 22, 1830 

NOTT Sarah Maria, daughter of Rev. Eliphalet, 

and Rev. Alonzo Potter, Prof, of Mathe- 
matics and Natural Philosophy in Union 

College, at Schenectady, N. Y. American 

of April 25, 1823 

Rev. Handell G., of Dunstable, N. H., and 

Lydia Clarke Kingman, daughter of Ab- 

ner, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Crocker, July 11, 1827 

NOURSE Sarah W., of Boston, and Gabriel E. 

Lewis, of Savannah, Ga., at Boston, by 

Rev. Mr. Barnstead American of Oct. 30, 1829 

NOYES Joseph, Jr., of Westerly, and Martha 

Thompson, daughter of the late Samuel, of 

and at Stonington, Ct , March 30, 18 14 

Martha, daughter of Col .Thomas, of Westerly, 

and Dr. Richard Noyes, of Lyme, Ct., at 

Westerly, R. L, April 7, 18 14 

Dr. Richard, of Lyme, Ct., and Martha 

Noyes, daughter of Col. Thomas, of and 

at Westerly, April 7, 1814 

Capt. Samuel and Harriet Barnum, both of 

Wellington, Mass., at Newport. American 

of Aug. 2, 1822 

Eliza, daughter of Major Joseph, and Sylves- 
ter Robinson, of South Kingstown, at 

Westerly, Oct. i, 1822 

Sarah A. and Henry A. Sutton, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 25, 1827 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 213 

NOYES Ann C. and Joshua Spooner, both of 

^„._ ^"<i ^t Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Dec. 7, i8^i 

NUTTER George L., Esq., and Frances W. 

Proctor, at Barnstead, N. H. American of June 4, 18^0 

NUTTING Lucinda and Abiather Baker, both 

of and at Taunton. American of Dec. 5, 1823 

NYBERG Count, a very homely man, but a gal- 
lant officer ; had lost an eye in battle ; and 

Maria Louisa, ex-Empress, and widow of 

Napoleon Bonaparte ; was married to her 

chamberlain, in Italy. American of April 27, 1 824 

NYE Frances, daughter of Nathan, Esq., of 

Sandwich, and Dr. Peter Mackie, at Ware- 
ham, by Rev. Noble Everett, Feb. 17, 18 13 
Hannah, of Jamestown, and Abraham H. 

Padelford, of Taunton, Mass., at Coventry, 

by Elisha Whitman, Esq. American of Dec. 20, 1822 

Zenus L. and Cynthia W.Peck, at Rehoboth, 

by George W. Peck, Esq., Oct. 23, 1825 

William, Jr., of Jamestown, and Louisa C. 

Dodd, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Pattison, Sept. 19, 1830 



o 



OLDHAM Mrs. Mary and Dr. Nathan Truman, 

both of this place, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 8, 181 1 

OLDREDGE Benjamin, native of Denmark, and 
Mary Gorton, daughter of Uriah, both of 
and at Newport. American of June 2, 1820 

OLDRIDGE Sarah Tillinghast, of Bristol, and 
Caleb Strong Washburn, of Raynham, at 
Bristol, by Rev. Joel Munn. American of Sept. 30, 1825 
William P. and Susan Hinds, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Tobey, July 16, 1832 

OLDS Myrta and Nathaniel Frisbie, at Bran- 
ford ; married 17th, had a daughter born 
i8th, put in stocks 19th, and in jail at New 
Haven, Ct, Jan. 20th. American of Feb. 20, 1818 

Lydia and Otis Twitchell, at Brookfield, by 
Rev. George R. Noyes. American of April 18, 1831 

OLIVER Hannah, of Milford, Mass., and Sim- 
eon W. Barney, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Seamans, Sept. 21, 1824 

Emily, daughter of Robert, Esq., of Balti- 
more, and Robert M. Gibbs, Esq., of 



Sept. 


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Oct. 


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June 


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Jan 


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Feb. 


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May 2, 


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214 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

OLIVER : 

Charleston, S. C, at Baltimore. Amer- 
ican of 

Moses W. and Betsey Fisher, at Athol, Mass. 
American of 

Sarah and John Fanning, at Boston. Amer- 
ican of 

O'LEARY General , son of Jeremiah, 

of Cork, Ireland, and Solita Soublette, sis- 
ter of the General and niece of President 
Bolivar, at Bagota, S. A. American of 

Dennis and Catharine Duff, at Boston, at 
Catholic Church. American of 
01.NEY Mary, of Smithfield, and Smith Ran- 
dall, of North Providence, at Smithfield, 

Mary, daughter of the late Capt. Daniel, of 
this town, and William Greene, of East 
Greenwich, at Hartford. American of Aug. 2, 1811 

Elizabeth, daughter of the late Col. Christo- 
pher, and Bernon Helme, merchant, in this 
town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. 22, 1811 

Lucinda, daughter of Richard, and Cromwell 
Moulton, all of Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Crocker, Dec. 15, 181 1 

Rebecca, daughter of the late Col. Christo- 
pher, and William C. Bowen, M. D., Profes- 
sor of Chemistry, Brown University, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, March 25, 1812 

Frances, daughter of Elisha, Esq., and Olney 
Whipple, both of and at Smithfield, by 
Rev. Mr. Edes, April 8, 1813 

Mercy, daughter of James, of Johnston, and 
Shadrack Randall, of North Providence, at 
Johnston, Dec. 19, 1813 

Peter and Mrs. Hannah Taft, of Townsend, 
Vt., in this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano. 
American of July 26, 18 14 

Amasa, of Charlton, Mass., and Ann Carey, 
daughter of Chad, of and at Johnston. 
American of Sept. 30, 1814 

John, of North Providence, and Sarah Smith, 

daughter of Esek, of and at Smithfield, Nov. i, 181 4 

Ann Atwell, eldest daughter of Gideon, of 
this town, and Simeon Spaulding, of Kill- 
ingly, Ct., at this town, by Rev. Mr 
Williams, May 31, 1815 

Mrs. Abby, daughter of the late Col. Knight 
Dexter, of this town, and Nathaniel Ros- 
siter, Esq., High Sheriff New Haven Co., 
Ct., by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 10, 18 15 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 215 

OLNEY Gideon W., pastor of Episcopal Church, 

Gardiner, Me., and Frances B. Clapp, 

daughter of Hon. Asa, at Portland, Me., 

by Rev. Mr. Nichols. American of June 2, i8i8 

Pulchera C, youngest daughter of Gideon, 

Esq., of Providence, and Dr. Thomas 

Bamp, of Middleboro, at Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Crocker, Oct. 12, 1818 

Lydia F., daughter of James M., Esq., and 

Samuel Ashley, Esq., both of and at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Preston. American 

of Feb. i6, £819 

Hannah, of Oxford, and Simon Wheeler, of 

Seekonk, at Oxford. American of July 27, 18 rg 

Samuel and Sarah Gorham, daughter of the 

late Jabez, both of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 29, 1819 

Lucinda, daughter of Richard, Esq., formerly 

of Providence, and Charles J. Stratford, 

formerly of Boston, at Oxford, Mass. 

American of Sept. 8, 1820 

Mary and Martin Smith, both of and at Prov- 
idence, Jan. 7, 1821 
Capt. Stephen, of North Providence, and 

Mrs. Betsey Delbloise, of and at Johnston. 

American of Feb. 12, 1822 

Mary, of Scituate, and Clarke Sayles, of 

Glocester, at Scituate. American of Jan. 3, 1823 

Lydia, daughter of Dea. Olney, and Tilling- 

hast Sheldon, at Johnston. American of Jan. 7, 1823 

Phebe, daughter of Dea. Olney, and Paris 

Mathewson, at Johnston. American of Jan. 7, 1823 

Mary T., daughter of late Col. Jeremiah, and 

Samuel Carr, both of and at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, March 25, 1823 

Zerviah L., daughter of William, and Wel- 
come B. Darling, at Providence. Ameri- 
can of Sept. 23, 1823 
Dr. Jeremiah and Maria Collins, daughter 

of Dr. Amos, at Cranston. American of Dec. 26, 1823 

George, of North Providence, and Ann Eliza- 
beth Thurber, of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 23, 1824 

Susan, daughter of Elisha, of Smithfield, and 

Seth Adams, of Providence, at Smithfield, Dec. 22, 1824 
Hannah F., daughter of William, and Joseph 

C King, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Tatem, April 4, 1825 

George C. and Reubie Bennett, both of and 

at Pawtucket. American of Sept. 27, 1825 



216 



VITAL RECOED OF EHODE ISLAND 



OLNEY Jesse Newell and Julia Ann R. H. 
Wheaton, at Providence, by Rev.Mr. Lud- 
low, 

Abigail and Henry Gray, at North Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Cheney, 

Edmond J., of North Providence, and Caro- 
line Briggs, daughter of Joseph, of and at 
Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Cheney, 

Amos A. and Elizabeth Williams, daughter 
of Simon, Esq., at Dighton, 

Sarah and Talmerick Barnes, both of Fruit 
Hill, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 

Amelia Ann, only daughter of Col. George 
R. A., of Providence, and William N. 
Andros, formerly of Plainfield, Ct., at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Waterman, 

LouL'sa L., daughter of William, Esq., and 
William Seavie, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
OLYPHANT David W. C, formerly of New- 
port, merchant, and Mrs. Ann Archer, of 
and at New York. American of 
OMAN Elizabeth, daughter of William, of New- 
port, and^James A. Greene, at Newport. 
American of 

Henry and Ann Howland, daughter of late 
Thomas, at Newport. American of 

O'MEARA Barry, Esq., and Lady Leight, 

in England. American of 
ONDSALUD.'^ and Dsegeeh, at Valley Town, 

Tenn., by Rev. E.Jones, 
ORCHARD Joseph W. and Maria Bowen, both 

of and at Providence. American of 
ORMSBEE Sarah Ann, of this town, and 
Romeo Elton, of Wallingford, Conn., at 
this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Capt. John A. and Eliza W. Spurr, daughter 
of Col. John, both of and at this town, by 
Rev. Mr. Edes, 

William P. and Lydia Chaffee, both of and 
at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pitman. Ameri- 
ican of 

Mary and Stephen Thornton, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Elizabeth, of Providence, and Otis Perry, of 
Killingly, Ct., 

Elizabe.h and Isaac Sawin, both of and at 
Providence. American of 

Sarah and Russell Clapp, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 



Oct. II, 1825 
May 13, 1827 

Jan. I, 1828 

Oct. 2, 1828 

March 24, 1829 

Aug. 2, 1830 

Dec. 20, 1830 

May 23, 1815 

Sept. 12, 1820 

March 4, 1823 

May 2, 1823 

April 12, 1830 

Oct. 29, 1822 

April 18, 1814 

Oct. 25, 1815 

July I, 1817 
Nov. 23, 1820 

Dec. 4, 1821 
March i, 1822 
Sept. 15, 1822 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 217 

ORMSBEE Rev. John, of Wickford, and Hap- 
nah T. Pearce, of and at Newport. Ameri- 
can of April 29, 1823 
Josiah H. and Julia A. B. Warner, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, Oct, 11, 1826 
George A., of Providence, and Catharine 
Cushman, of Woodstock, Ct., at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Seamans, July i, 1827 
Capt. John H. and Susan C. Gladding, daugh- 
ter of Allen, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Edes, July 15, 1827 
George W., of Providence, and Phebe V. 
Pitman, daughter of Isaac, of and at New- 
port, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, Nov. 18, 1827 
Mrs. Mary ahd Joshua Campbell, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Kent, Dec. 9, 1827 

Mary, of Providence, and Robert Chace, of 
Somerset, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Phillips, May 27, 1829 

Caroline, daughter of late Elijah, and Job 
Luther, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Phillips, Oct. 15, 1829 

Polly and Ebenezer Daggett, at Swanzea, Sept. 30, 1832 

Celinda, daughter of the late Josiah, of 
Seekonk, and Moses Brownell, of this town, 
merchant, at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Hill, July 17, 18 14 

ORNE Hannah and Gideon Gray, at Bristol, Dec. i, 1826 

Henry.Esq. andSemphreniaA.Little, daugh- 
ter of William, at Boston. American of April 13,, 1830 
ORPHIN Susan and Joseph Thompson, at Nan- 
tucket. American of Aug. 25, 1829 
O'REILLY Henry, editor Rochester Daily Ad- 
vertiser, and Mary Brooks, daughter of 
Gen. Macah, at East Bloomfield, N. Y. 
American of Dec. 22, 1829 
ORR Mary B., daughter of Col. A. D..of Mason 
Co., Ky., and John C. Andrews, Jr., editor 
of Weekly Recorder, at Chillicothe, O. 
American of April 4, 1820 
ORROK James L. P. and Mary A. T. Sweet, at 

Roxbury, Mass. American of March 19, 1830 

ORSWELL Martha and Hezekiah Willard, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. 2, 1827 

OSBORN Mary C, of New York, and Samuel 
Russell, of this town, merchant, at New 
York, by Rev. Dr. Brady, , Oct. 6, 1815 

OSBORNE Rev. Van Renssalier, of this town, 
and Alpha Bishop, of and at Cumberland, 
by Rev. Mr. Blake, July 2, 1816 



218 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

OSBURN Marv I. and Ansel West, both of and 

at Bristol^ Oct. I2, 1818 

OSBORN William and Ruth Hambley, both of 

and at Tiverton. American of Oct. 29,1822 

Catherine, daughter of late John, of Boston, 
and Alexander Mactier, of the firm of 
Mactier & Co., New York, at Boston. 
American of Nov. 2, 1824 

OSBORNE Thomas, Jr., of Tiverton, and Eliza- 
beth S. Hambley, of and at Portsmouth. 
American of March 27, 1827 

Ambrose, of Springfield, and Susan Cargill, 
of and at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Bene- 
dict, May 28, 1826 

OSBORN William and Adelia A. Baker, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, Nov. 10, 1828 

OSBORNE George, of Middleboro, and Sally 

Dean, at Berkeley. American of May 10, 1831 

OSCAR Prince, son of King of Sweden, 
(Benudotte), and Princess Josephine, of 
Lauchtenberg and Eickstadt, granddaugh- 
ter of the Bavarian King. American of May 2, 1823 

OSGOOD Martha B. and Edmond C. Genet, 
PZsq., formerly Minister of France, at 
Greeriwich, N. Y. American of Aug. 12, 1814 

Lydia B. and Lreorge Bucklin, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Nov. 29, 1827 

Harriet and A. M. Hatch, of New York, 

merchant, at Haverhill. - American of April 9, 1830 

Mary Ann and Robert Cummings, at Boston. 

American of Aug. 23, 1830 

OSWELL Benjamin and Louisa Wheeler, at Re- 

hoboth. American of June 29, 1830 

OTIS Mary and Elias Williams, both of Ply- 
mouth, Mass., in this town, July 30, 1809 
Elizabeth Gray, daughter of Hon. H. G., 
and George Lyman, at Boston. American 
of June 12, 1810 
Daniel, of Scituate, and Mary Greene, 
daughter of Dr. Caleb, at New Bedford, at 
the Friends' Meeting House. American 
of Nov. 4, 1817 
Sophia Harrison, daughter of Hon. Harri- 
son G., and Andrew Ritchie, Esq., both of 
and at Boston. American of Dec. 12, 1823 
James W., Esq., of Cranston, and Martha 
Crapon Church, eldest daughter of William, 
Esq., of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Edes, Jan. 4, 1825 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIA GES 



219 



OTIS George A., Jr., Esq., and Anna M. C. Hick- 
man, granddaughter of late Gen. Hull, at 
Newton, Mass. American of 
Amos, Jr., and Mary Hinckley, at Barnstable. 

American of 
Betsey and Nathaniel Hinckley, Esq, at 
Barnstable. American of 
OTRANTO Duke of, Mademoiselle de Castel- 

lane, in France. American of 
OTTERSON Mary Ann and Sanford Chaffee, 
both of and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Bates. 
American of 
John V. and Hannah Phillips, at Bristol. 
American of 
OULCULT William and Elizabeth Primer, at 

New Brunswick. American of 
OWEN Hannah, youngest daughter of late Sol- 
omon, Esq., and George Frissell, of Wood- 
stock, Ct., at Glocester. American of 
Ruth, daughter of Thomas, and Dutee Evans, 

both of and at Glocester. American of 
Robert D., of New Harmony, and Mary Jane 
Robinson, daughter of Samuel, at New 
York. American of 
OXFORD Edward, 19, and Jane Libby, 34, at 

Portsmouth, N. H. American of 
OXX Harriet, daughter of late William, formerly 
of Bristol, and William Horsewell, of Prov- 
idence, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Gammell, 
Sarah Ann and Lewis Bosworth, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Rebecca FI ., daughter of Samuel, of Newport, 
and Moses Lawton, of Portsmouth, at 
Newport, by Rev. Mr. Van Vleck, 
George, of Providence, and Elizabetn P. Brow- 
nell, daughter of Isaac, of and at Little 
Compton, by Rev. Mr. Paine, 



Feb. IS, 1830 

Aug. 20, 1830 

Dec. 17, 1830 

Oct. 3, 181S 

March 26, 18 19 

July 9, 1822 

July 14, 181S 

March 2, 1821 
March 6, 1821 

April 27, 1832 
April 19, 1816 

Jan. 22, 1826 
March 19, 1829 

Oct. 5, 1829 

June 5, 1831 



PABODIE Albert and Jane Hale, both of Prov- 
idence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Blake, 

Alden and Naomi Burnett, both of and at 
Canterbury, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Murdock, 

Ednah Jewett, daughter of William, Esq., and 
Thomas Coles Hartshorn, 



Sept. 4, 1 81 8 

Sept. 14, 1826 

Oct. 13, 1830 



220 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



PACKARD George W. and Lucy Larche, both 

of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, July i6, 1815 

Henry and Ann P. AYithony, daughter of the 
late Levi, by Rev. Mr. Edes, April 22, 18 19 

Mrs. Rosanna, formerly of Providence, and 
Alexander Barney, both of and at Cumber- 
land. American of. Jan. 7, 1820 

Royal, of Providence, formerly of Bridg- 
water, Mass., and Elvira Bowen, daughter 
of Wheaton, of Rehohoth, at Warren, by 
Rev. Mr. Rexford, Nov. 27, 1825 

Henry, of Amherst, Mass., and Lucy Arnold, 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 25, 1827 

Mary, daughter of late Mark P., Esq., and 
Rev. Henry Ware, at Boston, by Rev. Mr. 
Gannett. American of ' June 15, 1827 

Susan C, daughter of late Capt. Samuel, of 
North Kingstown, and William G. Bowen, 
Esq., of East Greenwich, at Wickford, by 
Rev. Mr. Burge, Dec. 4, 1828 

PADDOCK Joseph, of Nantucket, and Eliza 
Henderson, of Providence, at Newport, 
by Rev. Mr. Choules* Jan. i, 1829 

PADELFORD Dr. Elijah M., of Taunton, and 
Mary Goodwin, daughter of the late Will- 
iam, Esq., of and at Bristol. American of Aug. 14, 1812 

Appolles and Mary Dean, daughter of Philip, 

both of and at Taunton, April 2, 1818 

Apollos and Mary Dean, daughter of Philip, 
Esq., at Taunton, Mass. American of May i, i8i8 

John, of Norfolk, Va., and Esther Dana, 
daughter of Peyton, of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Edes, July 12, 1821 

Elisha and Phebe Jones, both of and at Prov- 
idence, Oct. 24, 1 82 1 

ElizEi and George Hart, at Taunton. Amer- 
ican of Jan. 18, 1822 

Abraham H., of Taunton, Mass., and Hannah 
Nye, of Jamestown, at Coventry, by Elisha 
Whitman, Esq. American of Dec. 20, 1822 

Edward and Elizabeth Louisa Farnum, at 
Savannah, Ga. American of Dec. 2, 1823 

Joshua, Jr., of Taunton, and Sybel Forbes, 

of Bridgwater, at Middleboro. American of March 4, 1825 

Ebenezer N. and Adela C. Carpenter, second 
daughter of late John R., both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 23, 1831 

PAGE Jatnes, of this town, and Tirzah Draper, 

of and at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Wilder, April 8, 181 1 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 221 

PAGE Dr. Robert Powell, of Frederick Co., Md, 

and Mary Francis, daughter of the late 

Thomas W., merchant, of and at Philadel- 
phia. American of April i6, 1819 
Elizabeth W., daughter of Capt. Benjamin, 

and Henry F. Evans, of U. S. Regt. of 

L. Art., at Portsmouth, by Rev. Mr. 

Wheaton, Jan. 27, 1820 

Lydia and George W. Sprague, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Oct. 26, 1820 

Mary Stevens and William Aplin, Esq , both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 

at St. John's Church, Nov. 19, 1820 

Dorcas S., youngest daughter of Stephen, of 

Glocester, and William W. Arnold, of 

Warwick, at Glocester.- American of Dec. 8, 1820 

Mrs. Almira D., of Stonington Borough, and 

John G. Clarke, Esq., of South Kingstown, 

at Stonington Borough, Ct. American of Sept. 30, 1823 
John B., of Portsmouth, and Maria Amelia 

Calvert, daughter of Capt. William, of and 

at Newport. American of Dec. 9, 1823 

Lucia, eldest daughter of Stephen, of Glo- 
cester, and James B. Arnold, of War- 
wick, at Glocester. American of Dec. I4, 1824 
Mary Rhodes, daughter of Capt. Martin, and 

Horace Buff um, both of and at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Edes, Oct. 3, 1826 

Isaac and Eliza Ann Hunt, at Boston. 

American of April 26, 1830 

PAINE Abigail, of Rehoboth, and Dr. Jacob 

Fuller, of this town, at Reboboth, by Rev. 

Mr. Hill, Jan. 27, 181 1 

Joanna and Dr. Theophilus Hutchins, at 

Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Hill, April 14, 18 11 

Lucinda, daughter of the late William, of 

New Shoreham, and Samuel Ward, of 

South Kingstown, at New Shoreham, Sept. 26, 181 1 

John, of Charlestown, Mass., and Sally Strat- 

ton, of Boston, in this town. American of Nov. 12, 181 1 
Abel and Desire Aldrich, daughter of Augus- 
tus, at Smithfield. American of Nov. 9, 18 13 
Betsey and Aldis Penniman, both of and at 

Woodstock, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Lyman, March 12,1817 

Ann S. and Col^James Bankhead, U. S. 

Army, at Charleston, S. C. American of July 18, 1817 
Avis, of Freetown, and William Ennis, Esq., 

of Newport, at Freetown, by Rev. Mr. 

Hathaway, Aug. 10, 18 17 



222 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



PAINE Col. Walter, of Providence, merchant, and 
Abigail Bacon, daughter of Asa, Esq., of 
and at Canterbury, Ct., by Rev, Mr. Marsh, 

Lieut. Thomas, Jr., U. S. Navy, and Mary 
Lucia Bellinger, at Savannah, Ga. Amer- 
ican of 

Susan, of Foster, and James Phillips, of 
Providence, at Foster. American of 

Polly, youngest daughter of Dr. Joseph, and 
Dutee Baker, both of and at Smithfield. 
American of 

Selihda, daughter of William, and Smith W. 
Latham, at Smithfield. American of 

Jonathan, of Smithfield, 70, and Miss Lucre- 
tia Thornton, 26, of and at Johnston. 
American of 

Arnold and Martha Baker, both of Smith- 
field, at Glocester. American of 

Frederick W., of Worcester, and Ann C. 
Sturges, daughter of Rusell, of and at 
Boston, by Rev. Mr. Frothingham. Amer- 
ican of 

Walter, Jr., and Sophia Field Taylor, daugh- 
ter of Andrew, Esq., at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Sarah, daughter of Jonathan, Esq , of Gloces- 
ter, and Arthur Latham, of and at Smith- 
field, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, 

Ann and Noah P. Hathaway, both of Free- 
town, at Newport. American of 

Daniel R. and Sarah Brown, daughter of 
John, Esq., both of and at Little Compton. 
American of 

Daniel and Sarah Brown, daughter of John, 
Esq., at Little Compton. American of 

George Washington, of Smithfield, and 
Waitey M. Bullard, of Burrillville, at Smith- 
field. American of 

Comfort, of Providence, and Betsey Paine 
Fales, of and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Mann, 

Jefferson Burr and Mary Ann Clarke, daugh- 
ter of late Stephen, of Attleboro, at Smith- 
field, 

Mary Ann and Charles H. Franklin, by Rev. 

^ Mr. Cheney, 

Eliza v., of Freetown, and Benjamin R. Cot- 
ton, of Seekonk, at Freetown, by Rev. 
Mr. Taylor, 

Maria and Varnum Seamans, at Smithfield, 
by Thomas Mann, Esq., 



Jan. I, 1818 

March 13, 1818 
Nov. 12, 1819 

Feb. 4, 1820 
April 25, 1820 

Dec. 29, 1820 
March 19, 1822 

May 10, 1822 

Sept. 23, 1823 

Jan. I, 1824 
April 27, 1824 

Julys, 1825 
July 26, 1825 

Aug. 30, 1825 
Nov. 9, 1825 

March 11, 1827 
April 15, 1827 

Aug. 19, 1827 
Jan. 4, 1829 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 223 

PAINE Levi, of Randolph, and Clementina 
Maria Leonard, daughter of Caleb F., Esq., 
at Bridgewater, by Rev. Mr. Gay, June ri, 1829 

Ebenezer and Sarah L. Hawkes, at Charles- 
town, Mass. American of Nov. 6, 1829 

Mary W. and Prof. Joseph Torrey, formerly ' 

of Salem, at Burlington, Vt. American of Aug. 27, 1830 

Dr. Elisha D., of Baltimore, and Frances 

Sanford, at Little Compton, Sept. 15, 1830 

George A. and Judah Spencer, both of Provi- 
dence, at East Greenwich, by Rev. Joseph 
W.Allen, May 15, 183 1 

Elkanah and Mehitable Knowles, at Eastham. 

American of ' May 17, 183 1 

PALFREY Rev. John Gorham and Mary Ann 
Hammond, daughter of Samuel, Esq. 
American of March 14, 1823 

PALISTED Rev. Ichabod, of Rochester, N. Y., 

and Charlotte Lane, at Boston. American of Sept. 11, 1829 
PALLIES Mary Ann and William S. Lovell, at 

Boston. American of Sept. 24, 1830 

PALMELY Elizabeth and Tapley Coolidge, at 

Boston. American of Aug. 20, 1830 

PALMER Mary and Capt. Owen Grinnell, at 

Little Compton. American of June 28, 1820 

Matilda, of Danby, Vt., and Senaca Hill, for- 
merly of Smithfield, at Danby, July 4, 1822 

Esther and Alfred Whalley, at Ashford, Ct. 

American of Nov. 18, 1823 

Huldah and Amos Wilbour, both of Rayn- 

ham. American of April 9, 1824 

C , of New York, merchant, and 

Eliza G., daughter of Jeremiah Thurston, 

Esq., of and at Hopkinton. American of Nov. 19, 1824 

Eliza and Capt. Clarke Davis. American of Dec. 31, 1824 

Samuel, formerly of Providence, and Caroline 
America Dexter, of and at Darien, Ga., by 
Hon. A. B. Powell, Feb. 21, 1826 

Cynthia H., of Stafford Springs, Ct., and 
James Smalley, of Providence, at Stafford 
Springs, by Rev. Mr. Smith, Nov. 12, 1826 

Clarissa and Jonathan Hawkes, at Lynn. 
American of Oct. 9, 1829 

Hannah and Ucal Woodman, at Fall River, 
by Rev. Mr. Ewers, Nov. ir, 1829 

Mary B. and Thomas Fleetwood, at Tiver- 
ton. American of Sept. 20, 1831 

Mary P., daughter of Gideon, Esq., and Na- 
thaniel Searle, Jr., Esq., both of Provi- 
dence, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Choules, Jan. 5, 1832 



224 



VITAL RECORD OP RHODE ISLAND 



PALMER J. Simmons and Abby W. Munroe, at 

Bristol, by Rev, Mr. Bates, May 13, 1832 

PACKARD Mrs. Margaret Downs and Capt. 
John Gladding, in this town, by Rev. Dr. 
Crocker, March 3,1811 

PARDEE Dr. Jared and Ruth N. Upson, at 

Bristol. American of Aug. 4, 181 8 

PARISEN Richard F., of New York, and Eliz- 
abeth S. Fales, daughter of James, of and 
at Newport, by Rev, Mr. Puffer, April 4, 1830 

PARK Dr. John, of Boston, and Mrs. Agnes 

Major, at Framingham, Mass. American of July 5, 1814 

PARKE Surrina and John Cole, of this town, at 

Bristol, April 13, 1815 

PARK Mary and Albert G. Washburn, both of 

and at Taunton, by Rev. Mr. Cobb, Oct. 27, 1826 

Emeline and Porter Crosby, at Boston. 

American of Nov. 26, 1829 

John C., Esq., and Mary F. Moore, at Boston. 

American of Dec. i, J829 

Rev. Harrison G. and Julia Bird, daughter of 

George, Esq., at Dedham. American of June 15, 1830 

PARKER Bartram R. and Priscilla F. Snow, 
both of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, Nov. 28, 1 81 3 
Leonard Moodey, Esq., of Charlestown, and 
Martha Lincoln, daughter of Hon. Levi, 
of and at Worcester, American of May 31, 18 14 
Sophia T. and Theodore Taylor, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Ameri- 
can of Aug. 2, 1816 
Mary Eustice, daughter of Benjamin, Esq., 

of Bradford, Mass. .and Capt. E Greene, 

of Bristol, at Bradford. American of Dec. 24, 1816 

Betsey, daughter of John A., Esq., and Tim- 
othy G. Coffin, Esq., attorney at law, at 
New Bedford. American of April 18, 1817 

Brig. Gen. D ., Adjutant and Inspector 

General U. S. Army, and Ann Collins, at 
Washington City. American of , Jan. 27, 1818 

Lucy and Charles Hewlett, at Thompson, Ct. 

American of Oct. 15, 1819 

Peter, Esq,, of Boston, and Elizabeth Allston 
Read, daughter of Dr. William, of and at 
Charleston, S. C, by Rev. Dr. Dalcho, Dec. 2, 1819 

Lydia P., of South Reading, Mass , and 
James 13. Emerson, of Providence, at South 
Reading. American of Sept. 11, 1821 

John and Freelove P. Hill, daughter of Sam- 
uel. American of Jan. 8, 1822 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 225 

PARKER Ebenezer, of Boston, and Celia King- 
man, daughter of Abner, of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Williams, Sept. 3, 1822 

Joseph, of Baltimore, and Hope Grafton, only 
daughter of Rev. Joseph, at Newport. 
American of Oct. 18, 1822 

Sally, of Boston, and George W. Vinton, of 
and at Providence. American of , Oct. 18, 1822 

Mary Ann and Gideon Eldredge, both of Bos- 
ton, at Fawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, Jan. — , 1823 

George, of Boston, merchant, and Anna 
Mitchell Moore, of and at Charleston, S. C, 
by Rev. Bishop Bowen. American of Feb. 25, 1823 

Bertram R. and Abby F. Hathaway, both of 
and at Providence. American of May 14, 1824 

Rebecca Jane, daughter of the late Bishop 
Parker, and Rev. Theodore Edson, at Bos- 
ton, American of Nov. 30, 1824 

Sally, of Worcester, and Jonathan Goodenow, 
of Templeton, by Rev. Mr. Going, Nov. 22, 1826 

Peleg P. and Eliza Gorton, of Newport, at 

Central F'alls, Oct. 28, 1827 

William H. and Maria Tallman, both of New 

Bedford, at Newport, May 23, 1828 

Charlotte and Alexander Hall, at Nantucket. 
American of Sept. 18, 1829 

Lucretia D., daughter of Ebenezer, Esq., 
and Lieut. John R. Vinton, U. S. Army, 
at Boston, by Rev. Mr. Potter, Sept. 29, 1829 

John Henry, of Norwich, and Betsey Matilda 
Walker, of Foster, at Griswold, Ct., by 
Rev. Mr. Bliss, Nov. i, 1829 

Alba Davis, of Boston, and Sarah Smith 
Spaulding, of Providence, at St. Michael's 
Church, Bristol. American of Nov. 6, 1829 

Averick S., daughter of Hon. J. A., and C 
A. Heineken, of Baltimore, at New Bed- 
ford. American of March 12, 1830 

Emily Ann and Charles Miller, at Charles- 
town. American of July 23, 1830 

Sally D. and Oliver Hale, at Hubbardston. 

American of Aug. 6, 1830 

Sarah A., of Pawtucket, and John Aylesworth, 
Jr. of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, Inarch 6, 1831 

George L., of Medfield, and Harriet A. Jones, 
of Canton, at Medfield, by Rev. Mr. Ken- 
dall. American of May 10, 1831 

Fessenden and Maria I. Handon, both of 
North Providence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. 
Mr. Taft. American of June 7, 1831 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



PARKER Fessenden and Maria L. Handon, both 
of North Providence. This marriage never 
took place ; $5.00 is offered for proof of the 
party who brought the notice to the ofifice. 
American of 
Olive G.' and Henry N. Pettis, at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Pickering, 
Ruth H. and Labon Greene, at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Pickering, 

PARKERSON Eliza A., daughter of James, 
Esq., of Coventry, and James C. Green- 
wich, at Coventry. American of 
Benoni and Ruby O. Martin, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

PARKHURST jared, Jr., and Mary Brastow, 
both of and at New Bedford, 

PARKINSON Mrs. Esther, of Philadelphia, and 
Samuel Slater, Esq., of North Providence, 
at Philadelphia, by Rev. Dr. Pillmore, 

PARKMAN Rev. Francis and Sarah Cabot, 
daughter of Samuel, Esq., at Boston. 
American of 
Rev. Francis and Caroline Hall, daughter of 
Nathaniel, Esq., at Medford, Mass. Amer- 
ican of 

PARKS Maria and David Parmenter, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

PARMENTER Luke and Mary Ann Foster 
Pitcher, only daughter of Earned, at St. 
Paul's Church, Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. 
Taft, 
Jonathan C, Junior Editor of Literary Cadet, 
and Sarah P. Mason, at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Edes, 
David and Maria Parks, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

PARRINGTON Julia A. and James P. Bryce, 
at Lynn. American of 

PARRISH Master John, 15, and Leibius Good- 
win, 16, at Montgomery Co., 111. Ameri- 
can of 

PARISH Moses P., Esq., and Mary S. Sawyer, 
at Belleville. American of 
Julia H. and John McKay, at Albion Village, 

PARROTT Sophia S. and John Williams, Esq., 
both of and at Pomfret, by Rev. Mr. Por- 
ter. American of 

PARRY Elias and Content Smith, at Taunton. 
American of 



June 21, 1831 
Dec. 17, 1832 
Dec. 17, 1832 

May 17, 1822 
Sept. 13, 1827 
Sept. 14, 1828 

Nov. 21, 1817 

Jan. 27, 1818 

May 10, 1822 
March 19, 1829 

Aug. 23, 1826 

Jan. 28, 1828 

March 19, 1829 

June 25, 1830 

July 27, 1827 

Oct. 6, 1829 
Feb. 12, 1832 

May 12, 1826 
Oct. 10, 1823 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



227 



PARTRIDGE Olive and John Blackburn, both 
of Walpole, Mass., in this town. Ameri- 
can of 
Joseph, of Providence, late of England, and 
M. B. Kelton, of and at Boston, by Rev. 
Mr. Eaton. American of 
Betsey, of Ward, Mass., and Isaac Willard, 
Jr., of Worcester, at Ward. American of 
George S., merchant, and Mary D. Tew, both 
ot and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Partridge, 
Joel and Azabah Goodale, at Worcester, 
Abigail H. and Israel G. Moore, at Worces- 
ter, 
Almon and -Mehitable Lowell, at Worcester. 
American of 
PARSONS Oliver and Mrs. Betsey Ives, at Salem, 
Mass., by Rev. Dr. Worcester and Rev. 
Mr. Abbott. [Note made that this is the 
first instance of two clergymen officiating 
at the same marriage, which we much 
doubt. J. N. A.] American of 
Usher, M. D., of Providence, and Mary 
Holme.s, daughter of Rev. Dr. Holmes, 
of Cambridge, at Boston, by Rev. Dr. 
Holmes, 
Theophilus, of Taunton, and Catharine 
Amory Chandler, daughter of Nathaniel, 
Esq., at Petersham, Mass. American of 
Francis, Esq., attorney at law, and Clarissa 
Brown, at Hartford. American of 
PARVIN Rev. Theophilus, of Buenos Ayes, and 
Mary Rodney, daughter of late Caeser A., 
U. S. Minister to Buenos Ayers, at Phila- 
delphia, 
PATCH Hathsheba, daughter of Henry, of Wor- 
cester, Mass., and John Adams Lazell, of 
this town, at Worcester, by Rev. Samuel 
Austin, D. D., 
Lydia, of Worcester, and Otis Langley, of 
Boyleston, at Worcester. American of 
PATT Deborah, eldest daughter of Benjamin, of 
Cumberland, and Ansel Carpenter, of Al- 
tleboro, at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Potter, 
William and Sally Linnett, at Providence. 

American of 
Phebe L. and Samuel Clarke, both of and at 

Warwick. American of 
Zerviah S. and Lewis G. Smith, both of Cum- 
berland, at Providence. American of 
Lydia and Capt. Ezra Kent, both of and at 
Cumberland. American of 



June 19, 1812 

June 25, 1822 

April 28, 1826 

Nov. II, 1830 
Feb. 15, 183 1 

March 17, 1831 

May 13, 1831 



April 26, 1816 

Sept. 23, 1822 

May 16, 1823 
Jan. 5, 1830 

Jan. 6, 1826 

Jan. 14, i8u 
June I, 1827 

Feb. 10, 1820 
■March 20, 182 1 
March 27, 182 1 

April 23, 1822 
June 21, 1822 



228 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



PATT Adiann and Joseph Walker, both of and at 

Cumberland. American of 
Jabel and Sarah Hunt, both of and at Cum- 
berland, by Rev. Dr. Benedict. American of 
William N., of Scituate, and Alzada Steere, 

of Providence, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. 

Knight. 
Roby and Philip Peck, Jr., both of and at 

Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
Simon, of North Providence, and Mary Smith, 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr, Tobey, 
PATTEN Hetty S. and John L. Munroe, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Col. William S. and Eliza W. Bridgham, 

daughter of Samuel W., Esq., both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, 
Elizabeth and Jonah Moore, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
Marianna, daughter of Rev. Dr. Patten, of 

Newport, and Halstead, Esq., of 

Brooklyn, N. Y., at Newport. American of 
PATTERSON Major Flavell and Mrs. Nancy 

Phillips, daughter of Pardon Angell, both 

of and at Scituate. American of 
Hannah D., of Smithfield, and Philip A. Slade, 

of North Providence, at Smithfield. Amer- 
ican of 
Mrs. , and Marquis of Wellesley, Lord 

Lieutenant of Ireland. She was daughter 

of Richard Caton, of Baltimore; had been 

married twice before, ist to Mr. Patterson ; 

2d to Jerome Bonaparte from whom she 

was divorced at the order of Napoleon, at 

Dublin, Ire. American of 
Margaret S. and James Gavett, at Salem. 

.■American of 
PAUL Mrs. Patience and Capt. Peleg Hull, both 

of and at Providence, 
Mrs. Patience, daughter of the late Dr. F. W. 

Rhodes, of Boston, and Capt. Isaac Harris, 

by Rev. Mr. Preston, 
Gilbert, of Tiverton, and Mercy L. Shaw, 

of and at Taunton. American of 
PAULL Milton ,md Sybil Burt, both of and at 

Taunton. American of 
Jane and James Russell, printer, both of and 

at Philadelphia, 
PAULDING Jane, of Johnston, and John W. 

Hicks, of North Providence, at Johnston, 

by Rev. Mr. Cheney, 



Oct. 15, 1822 
Oct. 22, 1822 

July 8, 1827 

Aug. 9, £827 

Sept. 2, 1832 

Feb. 22, 1820 

Aug. 28, 1827 
Oct. 23, 1827 

May 20, 183 1 

March 12, 1824 

Aug. 20, 1824 



Dec. 9, 1825 
June 3, 183 1 
May 4, 1817 

May II, 1817 

May 23, 1823 

Jan. 9, 1824 

Oct. 13, 1825 

March 29, 1829 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 



229 



PAULOWNA Catherine, sister of the Alexander, 
the Russian Emperor, and Frederick Wil- 
liam Charles, Prince Royal, of Wurtemberg. 
American of 
PAYEN Marie Laura, only daughter of J. W., 
Esq., of Sedan, France, and Thomas 
Hulme, Jr., of Philadelphia, at Sedan, 
PAYERNE Mary Ann, daughter of Frances, 
and Peter Linard, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
PAYSON Daniel, of Walpole, Mass., and Joanna 
B. Phillips, of and at Taunton, 

Mrs. Mary G., of Smithfield, and Jeremiah G. 
Young, of Coventry, atPawtucket, 

Sarah Louisa and Samuel S. Arnold, of Bos- 
ton, at Bradford. American of 
PEABODY Catherine B., of Newport, and 
Hugh T. Brightman, of Portsmouth, at 
Newport. American of 

Dorcas, daughter of the late Joseph, Esq., 
of Middletown, and William Blythe, of 
Middleboro, Mass., at Newport. Ameri- 
can of 

Sarah, of Middletown, and Thomas Peabody, 
at Newport. American of 

Thomas and Sarah Peabody, of Middletown, 
at Newport. American of 

Joseph A. and Louisa Putnam, daughter of 
Hon. Samuel, of Salem. American of 

Col. Francis and Martha Endicott, daughter 
of Samuel, at Salem. American of 

Esther C, of Hampden, Me., and William 
Everett, Jr., of Attleboro, at Hampden. 
American of 

Benjamin aad Abigail Clarke, daughter of 
late Henry S., at Newport. American of 
PEABODIE Sarah A. and John Manchester, 
Jr., both of and at Bristol, bv Rev. Mr. 
Wight, 
PEABODY Phebe Ann, daughter of the late 
William, of Middletown, and Christopher 
Clarke, of South Kingstown, at Newport, 
by Rev. Mr. Eddy, 

William B. and Ly'dia Brayman, daughter of 
David, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Choules, 

Brackley R. and Lucinda Dodge, at Salem. 
American of 

Thomas B. and Abby Austin, both of and at 
Newport. American of 



June 21, 1816 
July 29, 1829 

Dec. 16, 1830 
Oct. 9, i8i6 

Dec. 24, 1826 
Dec. 7, 1830 

March 23, 1810 

Oct. 27, 181 5 

March 17, 1820 

March 17, 1820 

Sept. 7, 1 82 1 

July II, 1823 

Oct. 24, 1823 
Aug. s, 1825 

Nov. 23, 1828 

May 25, 1829 

June 7, 1829 

June IS, 1830 

Sept. 16, 1 83 1 



230 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



PEASE Mary, niece of Postmaster General, and 
James M. Varnum, son of the Speaker af 
the House of Representatives, at Washing- 
ton City. American of 

Emily L., only daughter of Hon. Oliver, of 
SufBeld, Ct., and Rev. Elam C. Clarke, of 
Providence, at Sufifield, Ct., by Rev. Eben- 
ezer Gay, 

Lemuel, Jr., of Westerly, and Mary Ann 
States, at Stonington, by Rev. Mr. Hart, 

Asa, of New Bedford, and Lydia B. Brown, 
daughter of late Major Elisha, at Tiverton. 
American of 

Hannah K. and Benjamin D. Hinman, at 
Salem. American of 

Shubael and Mary Goodrich, formerly of 
Boston, at New Bedford, by Rev. Mr. 
Merrett, 
PEARCE Aaron and Sally Angell, both of this 
town, married by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Dutee J., Esq. , and Abigail E. Perry, daugh- 
ter of Col. James, all of and at Newport. 
American of 

Tibbetts and Betsey Maxwell, daughter of 
Capt. Lovel, at Warren. American of 

Cornelia, of Cranston, and Capt. Daniel 
Adams, of Charlestown, Mass., by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, 
PEARSE Samuel, Jr., of Rehoboth, and Sally 
Eddy, of and at Swanzey, by Rev. Mr. 
Slade, 

Mary M., daughter of Israel, of Newport, and 
David Trelfair, of New York, at Bristol. 
American of 
PEARCE Sylvia, only daughter of Jeremiah, of 
Attleboro, and Augustus Saunders, of this 
town, merchant, at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. 
Reed, 

Nancy, eldest daughter of Aaron, of Reho- 
both, and Calvin Medbury, at Rohoboth, 
by Rev. Mr. Thompson, 

Pardon S. and Mary Boyd, both of and at 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 

Thomas and Mary Ann Chappotin, both of 
Providence, at Bristol, by Rev. Bishop 
Griswold, at St. Michael's Church, 

King, of Montreal, and Mrs. Sarah O. Rock- 
well, daughter of the late Capt. James 
'Finch, of and at Newport. American of 



March 19, 181 1 

May 19, 1824 
Dec. 29, 1825 

Oct. 17, 1826 
Dec. 3, 1830 

March 20, 1831 
Aug. 20, 1809 

April 12, 181 1 
Jan. 7, 1 812 

Nov. 9, 1812 

Feb. 21, 1813 

Dec. 7, 1813 

Jan. 27, i8t4 

March 13, 1814 
June II, 1818 

Feb. 16, 1820 

March 30, 1821 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 231 

PEARCE Zephaniah and Mrs. Mary Spooner, 
daughter of the late Clarke, at Newport. 
American of july ^q, 1821 

Mahala, of this town, and James Brown, Oct 14 1821 

Mrs. Mary and James Bishop, at Newport. 
American of Nov. 2, 1821 

bally and Samuel Reynolds, 2d, at the Con- 
gregational Church, Bristol, by Rev. Mr. 
Mann, Sept. 29, 1822 

Nathaniel, Jr., and Lemira L. Talbot, at 
Wellington. American of Dec. 2;, 1822 

Sanford M. and Rebecca Waldron, at Bris- 
tol. American of Jan. 7, 1823 

Aurelia B., of Providence, and James S. 
Murray, of Camden, S. C, at Philadel- 
phia, April 22, 1823 

Hannah T., of Newport, and Rev. John Orms- 
bee, of Wiekford.at Newport. American of . April 29, 1823 

Thomas and Mary Rowland, both of and at 

Bristol. American of Jan. 6, 1824 

George, of Berkeley, and Betsey Hathaway, 
of and at Freetown, April 18, 1824 

Josiah Q., of Providence, and Ruth Dorr, of 

and at Scituate. American of May 7, 1824 

Rev. Preserved and Mrs. Nancy Cushing, 
both of and at Rehoboth, May 10, 1824 

John, Jr., and Mary T, Haile, both of and at 

Warren. American of . Oct. 11, 1825 

Ann, daughter of Col. Joseph, of Little Comp- 
ton, and Thomas Records, of Westport, at 
Little Compton, by Rev. Mr. Paine, Feb. 12, 1826 

Elizabeth and Jonathan Reynolds, at Bristol, 
by Rev. Mr. Mann, April 4, 1826 

Lewis B., of Warren, and Sarah Ann Alger, 
daughter of late Preserved, of and at Bris- 
tol, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, Sept. 3, 1826 

James B. and Mary Pinnager, daughter of 
Col. David, both of and at East Greenwich. 
American of April 13, 1827 

Mary Ann and John C. Snow, of Providence, 
both now of and at Pawtucket, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, Aug. i, 1827 

Mary W., eldest daughter of Earle D., and 
Samuel Congdon, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Aug. 28, 1827 

Edward and Harriet Bullock, eldest daughter 
of Richmond, Esq., both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Oct. 24, 1827 

Sarah, only daughter of Capt. Nathaniel, and 
William P. Bullock, both of and at ProyL: 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Dec. 11, 1827 



232 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



PEARCE Jeremiah W., of Swanzey, and Sarah 
Shove, at Berkeley. American of 

Maria and Canaan Gifford, both of Westport,. 
at Dartmouth. American of 

Elizabeth, daughter of late Smith, of North 
Kingstown, and Samuel Carpenter, by 
Rev. Mr. Allen, 

Hon. Dutee J., M. C. from R. I., and Har- 
riet Boss, daughter of late Hon. John L., 
Esq., both of and at Newport. American 
of 

Abby, daughter of the Hon. Dutee J., and 
Lieut. Silas Casey, at Newport, by Rev. 
Dr. Wheaton, 

Albert S. and Mary Bradford, at Bristol. 
American of 

Patience, daughter of late Apollos, of Paw- 
tucket, and Weston D. Hatch, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Abner T., of Little Compton, and Sarah R. 
Briggs, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Tobey, 
PEARSON Luther and Louisa Mary Arnold, 
daughter of .the late Capt. John, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev.. Mr. Edes, 

Daniel C., of Providence, and Nancy Bugby, 
of and at Woodstock, Ct. American of 

Margaret A., of Brooklyn, and Lieut. George 
Blaney, U. S. Corps of Engineers, at 
Brooklyn. American of 

Bennett and Elizabeth Phillips, at Valley 
Falls. American of 

Abraham, of Greenwich, N. Y., and Betsey 
Cole, daughter of Capt. Jonathan, of and 
at Warren, R. L, 

Harriet, eldest daughter of Col. Samuel, and 
Capt. William Comstock, of the Steam- 
boat Fulton, at New York, by Rev. Dr. 
Romyin, 

Col. Samuel and Mrs. Lydia Coy, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

William C, of New York, and Mary Earle, 
eldest daughter of late Capt. Oliver, of and 
at Providence, 

Lieut. George F., U. S. Navy, and Ellen 
Jackson, at Newburyport. American of 
PEIRSON Margaret and John Hodges, at Bos- 
ton. American of 
PEARSON Elizabeth and Levi Strong, formerly 
of Providence, at New York. American of 



April 14, 1829 
Sept. 8, 1829 

Oct. 25, 1829 

Dec. 4, 1829 

July II, 1830 
Sept. 6, 1 83 1 

Oct. 10, 1 83 1 

Dec. I, 1831 

March 25, 1819 
Jan. 25, 1820 

Dec. 18, 1821 
March 11, 1823 

Feb. 8, 1824 

Sept. 19. 1824 
July 2, 1826 

Nov. 8, 1826 
Sept. 29, 1829 
May 17, 1831 
Aug. 12, 1 83 1 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



233 



PEARSON Lieut. George F., U. S. Navy, and 
Ellen Jackson, at Newburyport. Ameri- 
can of 
PECK Cyrel, Jr., and Olivia Marsh, both of Paw- 
tucket, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Hill, 

Maria, second daughter of Capt. Joseph, and 
John P. Jones, 2d, married by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, 

Ann, eldest daughter of Lewis, and Capt. 
Grififin Child, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Joshua, of Bristol, and Mrs. Sally Grant, of 
Harrington, daughter of Benjamin Drowne, 
at Bristol, by Daniel Bradford, Esq. 
American of 

Israel, of Seekonk, and Abigail Drowne, of 
and at Barrington, 

Louisa, of Wrentham, and Arnold W. 
Jenckes, of Cumberland, at Wrentham, 
Mass., by Rev. Mr. Fiske, 

Rhoda, second daughter of Isaac, and Enock 
Sleere, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, 

Phebe, daughter of Isaac, and William C. 
Barker, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, 

Ann and William H. Potter, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 

George W., Esq., and Hannah B. Carpenter, 

. daughter of the late Abiah, at Rehoboth. 
American of 

Polly, youngest daughter of Major Samuel, 
and Luther Rider, merchant, both of and 
at Coventry, 

Huldah and Emerson Humphrey, both of 
and at Barrington, by Rev. Mr. Wright. 
American of 

William L., of Coventry, and Henrietta 
Hutchins, daughter of Richard, at North 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey. Amer- 
ican of 

Betsey and John Draper, Jr., both of and at 
Attleboro, at the Universalist Church, by 
Rev. Mr. Carrique. American of 

Jesse F. and Matilda Tingley, daughter of 
Samuel, of Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Betsey, daughter of Gideon, of Rehoboth, 
and Aaron Mason, of Attleboro, at Reho- 
both. American of 

Mrs. Nancy, daughter of William Martin, of 
Pawtucket, and Joseph Peck, at Pawtucket, 
by Rev. Mr. Martin. American of 



Sept. 25, 1829 
Jan. 4, 1809 

Oct. 28, 1810 
Aug. IS, 1 81 1 

June 2, 1812 
Oct. 18, 1812 

April 6, 1 8 14 

March 31, 1816 

March 30, 1817 
Aug. 24, 1 817 

Aug. 26, 1817 

Aug. 9, 181S 

Jan. 26, 18 1 9 

March 9, 1819 

April 23, 1819 
Feb. 10, 1820 

March 24, 1820 

March 31, 1820 



234 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

PECK Joseph and Mrs. Nancy Peck, daughter of 

WilHam Martin, of and at Pawtucket, by 

Rev. Mr. Martin. American of March 31, 1820 

Lepha B. and Zebe Bliss, at Rehoboth, by 

Rev. Mr. Thompson, April 6, 1820 

Horatio and Nancy Allen Mathewson, at Bar- 

rington, by Rev. Mr. Wright, Aug. 30, 1820 

Everard, Editor of Rochester [N. Y.] Tele- 
graph, and Chloe Porter, of and at Berlin, 

Ct. American of Nov. 7, 1820 

Susan Carpenter, of Rehoboth, and Philip 

Martin, of Guilford, Vt., at Rehoboth, by 

Rev. Mr. Thompson, Nov. 19, 1820 

Margaret, of Attleboro, and Matthew Camp- 
bell, of Seekonk, at Attleboro. American 

of June I, (821 

Joseph B., of Providence, and Bethiah Clarke, 

of Smithfield, at Valley Falls, Smithfield. 

American of Oct. 5, 1821 

Jemima Gorham and Benjamin Wardwell 

Bradford, at St. Michael's Church, Bristol, 

by Rev. Mr. Taft, Oct. 24, 1821 

Edmund, Jr., and Peddy Peck, both of and 

at Rehoboth, Oct. 27, 1822 

Peddy and Edmund Peck, Jr., both of and at 

Rehoboth, Oct. 27, 1822 

Capt. Edwin and Martha Burr, daughter of 

Caleb H., Esq., both of and at Rehoboth. 

American of Dec. 13, 1822 

Dr. William, of Providence, and Jane Thane, 

of and at Hillsdale, N. Y., by Rev. Dr. 

Gano. American of May 30, 1823 

Ruth, of Providence, and Rev. Wilbur Fiske, 

of Vermont, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Crocker, June 9, 1823 

Lydia and John Calder, both of and at Provi- 
dence. American of June 10, 1823 
George H. and Nancy Sweet, youngest 

daughter of Gideon, both of and at Provi- 
dence. American of June 17, 1823 
Capron and Lydia Daggett, both of and at 

Attleboro, June 21, 1824 

Mrs. Sylvia Ann and Richard Sarle, both of 

and at Scituate. American of Dec. 21, 1824 

Billings and Delilah H. Goff, at Rehoboth. 

American of Jan. 21, 1825 

Cynthia W. and Zenus L. Nye, at Rehoboth, 

by George W. Peck, Esq., Oct. 23, 1825 

Martha and Nathaniel Fales, 3d, both of and 

at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Mann, May 7, 1826 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 235 

PECK Rev. Solomon, Professor in Amherst Col- 
lege, formerly of Providence, and Sarah 

E. R. Hooker, of and at Andover, Mass., by 

Rev. Prof. Murdock, May ii, 1826 

Stephen and Mary Sylvester, at Bristol, by 

Rev. Mr. Wight, Oct. 28, 1826 

Caleb and Betsey Kendall, daughter of 

Cheever, Esq., of Maine, at Cumberland, 

by Rev. Mr. Lombard, Nov. 26, 1826 

Ann and Wilbur Wheaton, at Pawtucket. 

American of Nov. 30, 1826 

Mary 'Spurr and Esek Aldrich, Jr., at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering. American 

of May [I, 1827 

Sally, of Pawtucket, and Peter Wood, of 

Providence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Daniel 

Greene, June 8, 1827 

Almira, daughter of Isaac, ot Providence, and . 

William P. Allen, of Pawtucket, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, July 9, 1827 
Philip, Jr., and Roby Patt, both of and at 

Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Aug. 9, 1827 

William, of Seekonk, and Sarah T. Hatch, 

daughter of late Solomon, of and at Bris- 
tol, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, Oct. 17, 1827 
Mrs. Bethiah, of Providence, and Peleg Peck, 

of Scituate, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Brown, Dec. 2, 1827 

Peleg, of Scituate, and Mrs. Bethiah Peck, of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, Dec. 2, 1827 

Keziah and Solomon Peck, both of and at 

Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pease, Jan. 6, 1828 

Solomon and Keziah Peck, both of and at 

Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pease, Jan. 6, 1828 

Martha W., daughter of late George W., Esq., 

and Christopher C. Dean, of Taunton, at 

Rehoboth. American of Feb. 26, 1828 

Mary, eldest daughter of Cromwell, and 

James C. Davis, both of and at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 19, 1828 

Henry and Mary Talbot, at Fall River. 

American of Oct. 9, 1829 

Phebe, eldest daughter of Alexander, Esq., 

and Oliver Greene, both of and at Coven- 
try, Dec. 6, 1829 
Adeline, daughter of Col. Robert, and 

Thomas Luther, at Swanzey, by Rev. Mr. 

Davis. American of Feb. 15, 1831 

Dr. Kelley and Amey Ann Arnold, both of 

and at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Washburn, Nov. 17, 183 1 



236 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



PECK Rachal S.and Perry J. Chace, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Phillips, 
PICKFORD John H. L., of Somersworth, N.H., 

and Elizabeth Sheperd, at Worcester, by 

Rev. Dr. Bancroft. American of 
PECKHAM John and Lydia Brown, daughter 

of Gideon, of and at Middletown, by Rev. 

Mr. Eddy, 
William, Esq., and Mrs. Potter, 

widow of Sprague, 
Rebecca, daughter of Thomas, Esq., and 

John Rodman, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 

Dehon. American of 
Thomas, Jr., and Sally Wardwell, daughter 

of Col. Samuel, at Bristol, married by Rev. 

Mr. Wight, 
Eliza, daughter of Peter, of this town, and 

Daniel Fenner, of Coventry, in this town, 

by Rev. Mr. Cornell, 
Robert and Charlotte Lucinna Shaw, daugh- 
ter of Capt. John, all of Taunton, 
Sophia, daughter of Peter, and Josiah I. 

Eddy, in this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Robert, of Petersham, and Ruth Sawyer, 

of Bolton, Mass., in this town, 
Abner and Rachel Barker, daughter of David, 

both of and at Middletown. American of 
Mary, daughter of the late Philip, and Will- 
iam Sheldon, merchant, both of and at this 

town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
William, of South Kingstown, and Dorcas 

Gardiner, daughter of the late Paul, at 

Friends' Meeting House, Nantucket, 
Hannah, of South Kingstown, and Freeman 

Perry, of Lee, N. Y., at South Kingstown. 

American of 
Isaac, of Wickford, and Nancy E. Hill, of 

Providence, by Rev. Thomas Manchester, 
Thomas and Elizabeth Wilbour, daughter of 

Anthony, both of and at Newport. Amer- 

can of 
Abner and Tabitha H. Angell, daughter of 

Hon. Charles, both of and at Scituate. 

American of 
Ann, daughter of the late James, of Provi^ 

dence, and James D. Mason, of Swanzey, 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. 

American of 
Susan, daughter of Timothy, Jr., and Levi 

Totten, Esq., at South Kingstown. Amer- 
ican of 



Dec. I, 1831 

Aug. 18, 1826 

March 2% 1809 
April 30, 1809 

July II, 1809 

Nov. 29, 1809 

Aug. 4, 1811 

Dec. I, 181 1 

May 24, 1812 

P"eb. 7, 1 81 3 

March 9, 1813 

Feb. 6, 1815 

April 26, 1 8 16 

July 19, 1816 
Jan. II, 1817 

Jan. 6, 1818 

Feb. 3, 1818 

March 27, 1818 
Sept. II, 1818 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



287 



PECKHAM Timothy, of Newport, and Zoa 
Maxson, of Middletown, at Newport. 
American of 

Rev. Benjamin and Mrs. Ruth Babcock, 
widow of Dea. Gideon, of Newport, at Tiv- 
erton. American of 

Ann, daughter of Benjamin, of Portsmouth, 
and Arnold Brayman, of Exeter, at New- 
port. American of 

Timothy, 3d, of South Kingstown, and Sally 
Barker, daughter of Benjamin, Esq., of 
and at Hopkinton. American of 

Isaac and Rebecca Field, daughter of Joseph, 
at Providence. American of 

John, of Providence, and Frances G. Lamb, 
of Nantucket, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Merrett, 

Mary, daughter of Thomas, Esq., and John 
B. Newton, at Newport. American of 

Sarah Ann, daughter of Alanson, Esq., of 
Middletown, and Timothy Sherman, at 
Newport. American of 

Elizabeth Chatman, of Exeter, and William 
Rhodes Rawson, of Providence, at Exeter, 
by Rev. Mr. Northup, 

Mary, daughter of William S., and Abner 
Smith, both of and at Middletown. Amer- 
ican of 

Sarah T. and Charles Barker, at Middletown. 
American of 

Matilda and James Metcalf, both of and at 
Newport. American of 

James Davis, M. D., and Harriet Brownell, 
eldest daughter of Edmund, Esq., at Lit- 
tle Compton. American of 

Eliza, daughter of William S., and Francis 
Sherman, at Middletown. American of 

Sally, of South Kingstown, and Isaac Cong- 
don, Jr., of Cranston, at Providence, 

Rachel, daughter of Thomas, Esq., and Capt. 
Richard Norman. American of 

George W. and Eliza Barker, daughter of 
late Nathaniel, at Middletown, by Rev. 
Mr. Gammell, 

Mrs. Anna and Duliano Biass, both of and at 
Glocester, by Timothy Sweet, Esq., 

Hannah, of Little Compton, and Pardon Sim- 
mons, of Providence, at Little Compton. 
American of 



Jan. 28, 1820 

March 14, 1820 

Nov. 10, 1820 

Jan. 30, 1 82 1 
Oct. 30, 1 82 1 

Aug. 29, 1822 
Sept. 13, 1822 

Nov. 5, 1822 

Oct. 12, 1823 

Nov. 18, 1823 
Nov. 25, 1823 
Sept. 28, 1824 

Jan. 21, 1825 

March 15, 1825 

July II, 1825 

Sept. 13, 1825 

Nov. 22, 1825 
Jan. 10, 1826 

May II, 1827 



238 VITAL RECORD OP RHODE ISLAND 

PECKHAM Harriet G., daughter of Samuel, of 
Newport, and John H. Newell, of Lancas- 
ter, Penn., at New York, by Rev. Mr. 
Co veil. American of Aug. 26, 1828 

Abner W. and Patience Francis Harris, 
daughter of Charles, at Scituate, by Rev. 
Mr. Knight, Sept. 7, 1828 

Harriet, of Portsmouth, and George Sher- 
man, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Norris, Dec. 31, 1828 

Sarah Ann, daughter of Daniel, and William 
Lyon, both of and at Newport, by Rev. 
Mr. Choules, March 8, 1829 

Cornelia and Seth A. Mitchell, at Rochester, 
Mass. American of Oct. 2, 1829 

Joshua and Ann Meigs, at Bristol, at the 
Methodist Meeting House, by Rev. Mr. 
Bonney. American of Nov. 17, 1829 

William L. and Mary Ann Mitchell, both of 
Woonsocket Falls, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Sanborn, April 27, 1830 

Job A. and Elizabeth Swan, daughter of 
Richard, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Choules. 
American of July 27, 1830 

Reuben J., of Providence, and Phebe J. Lock- 
wood, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, Sept. 15, 1830 

Capt. Augustus, Jr., and Eliza M. Peckham, 
daughter of Felix, both of and at Middle- 
town, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, Feb. 28, 1S31 

Eliza M., daughter of Felix, and Capt. Au- 
gustus Peckham, Jr., both of and at Mid- 
dletown, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, Feb. 28, 1831 

Joseph C, of Providence, and Hannah Free- 
born, daughter of Benjamin, of Portsmouth, 
at the Friends' Meeting House, Baltimore, May 12, 183 1 

Nathaniel and Eliza Sweet, at Bristol. Amer- 
ican of Sept. 6, 1 83 1 

Alfred G. and Elizabeth S. Gardiner, daugh- 
ter of Capt. Edward C, at Providence, by 
'Rev. Dr. Edes, Nov. 21, 1831 

Abby G., of South Kingstown, and William 
E. Greene, formerly of Hopkinton, at Natic 
Village, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Feb. 9, 1832 

Benjamin F. and Philia Brayman, at New- 
port. American of May 25, 1832 
PEDERSON Peter. Esq., Charge des Affairs, 
and Consul General from Denmark, and 
Maria L. Scott, daughter of the late Lewis 
A., Esq., of New York, at Philadelphia. 
American of June 12, i8i2 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



239 



PEDERSON Peter, Esq., the Danish Minister 

to the United States, and Ann Caroline 

Smith, of South Carolina, at Philadelphia. 

American of May 30, 1829 

PEERS Mary Eleanor, daughter of Major V 

Peers, and Lewis Collins, editor of the 

Eagle, at Maysville, Ky. American of May 6, 1823 

PEIRCE Abigail, daughterofCapt. Benjamin, of 

Newport, and Paul Rovenell, of and at 

Charleston, S. C, Dec. 15, 1809 

Timothy and Elizabeth Deblois, daughter of 

the late Stephen, of Newport, at Bristol. 

American of Dec. 25, 1810 

Lydia and Cromwell T. Salisbury, both of and 

at East Greenwich, by Rev. Mr. Rich, May 30, 1813 

Martin and Eliza A. Boyd, at East Greenwich, 

by Rev. Mr. Rich, Feb. 13, 18 14 

PIERCE Levi, of Providence, and Betsey S. 

Wheeler, of and at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. 

Thompson, March 9, 1818 

PEIRCE Major Joseph H., of Boston, and Abby 

Robinson, daughter of William, of New 

York, at Newport. American of Aug. 27, 1819 

Jonathan, Jr., of Coventry, and Eliza Hath- 
away, daughter of Jeremiah, of Warwick, 

at Cranston, Sept. 2, 1819 

Rebecca and William Sawyer, both of and at 

Tiverton. Anrerican of Oct. 8, 18 19 

Reuben, of North Providence, and Mrs. Cath- 
arine Jones, of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, Jan. 6, 1820 

Philip, of Little Compton, and Fanny Gray, 

of and at Tiverton. American of Oct. 5, 1821 

Henry, of Rhode Island, and Alice Frye, at 

Vinal Haven, Me. American of Jan. 8, 1822 

William, of Little Compton, and Lydia G. 

Aplin, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Tatem, April 30, 1822 

Zilpha, of Middleboro, Mass., and John Bur- 
bank, of Pawtucket, at Middleboro. Amer- 
ican of May 14, 1822 
Maria and Henry Hamilton, both of and at 

Warwick. American of June 4, 1822 

Lucy B., of Attleboro, and Lewis Perrin, of 

Seekonk, at Taunton. American of Aug. 20, 1822 

Jonathan and Hannah Head, at Little Comp- 
ton. American of Feb. 4, 1823 
Ann, daughter of late John, Esq., and Rev. 

Charles Burroughs, of and at Portsmouth, 

N. H. American of April 15, 1823 



240 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

PEIRCE Washington, of Weston, Mass., and 

Fanny Hatch, daughter of Col. Israel, of 

and at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Hall, Jan. 21, 1824 

Abby D., of Warwick, and Thomas J. Hines, 

of Norwich, Conn., at Warwick, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson. American of May 21, 1824 

Abby D., of Warwick, and Thomas J. Hives, 

of Norwich, Ct., at Warwick. American 

of June 8, 1824 

A , of IJttle Compton, and Susan Gray, 

daughter of late Dea. Philip, at Tiverton. 

American of Jan. 21, 1825 . 

Joseph, of Providence, and Lydia Lawton, of 

Seekonk, at Pawtucket, b)r Rev. Mr. Allen, Feb. 4, 1825 

Otis and Sarah Duncan Fiske, daughter of 

Hon. Caleb, at Worcester. American of April 15, 1825 

Mary Ann, of Barrington, and Henry C. 

Rounds, of and at Warren, by Rev. Mr. 

Rexford, Nov. 6, 1825 

Clarrissa and Haile Bowen, both of and at 

Barrington, by Rev Mr. Wood, Nov. 13, 1825 

Capt. C. B. and Martha Gladding, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, May i, 1826 

Jeremiah and Mary Ann Craiig, both of Cum- 
berland, at Valley Falls, by Rev. Mr. Ben- 
edict, Jan. 24, 1827 
Mary, daughter of Erastus, and George 

Townsend, of Exeter, at Brooklyn, Ct.> by 

Uriel Fuller, Esq. American of Aug. 14, 1827 

Ann and Peirce A. Faulkner, at Portsmouth. 

American of Dec. 18, 1827 

Nancy, of Saugatuck, Ct., and John Currier, 

of New York, merchant, at Saugatuck, by 

Rev. Mrf Hooper. American of Feb. 5, 1 828 

Alpheus B. and Mary W. Richmond, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, May 14, 1828 
Peleg and Olive Hammond, at Rehoboth, Oct. 30, 1828 
Peleg and Mrs. Olive Hammond, of Mendon, 

at Rehoboth. Mr. P. has lost S wives by 

whom he has had 21 children, 18 of whom 

are now living. She has been the mother 

of 13, 10 of whom are now living. Ameri- 
can of Dec. 5, 1828 
Peleg and Miss Olive Hammond, of Mendon, 

at Rehoboth. American of Dec. 12, 1828 

Mar.tha, of Milton, and Abel Wynian, of 

Philadelphia, at Boston, Oct. 22, 1829 

Levi and Melissa Clarke, at Hubbardston. 

American of Aug. 6, 1830 

Eliza and Joseph Coolidge, at Boston. Amer- 
ican of Aug. 20, 1830 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIji GES 



241 



PEIRCE Charlotte and Charles Allen, both of 
and at Fall Rreer. American of 
Charlotte and Charles Allen, at Fall River. 

American of 
Hiram and Rebecca Hopkins, both of and at 

Pawtucket. American of 
George S. and Harriet G. Barney, at Taun- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Hamilton, 
William, merchant, and Ellen Prentice, at 

Boston. American of 
Nelson, of Boston, and Deborah B. Manches- 
ter, of Providence, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. 
Bristed, 

PIERCE Suel P. and Cornelia Andrews, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

PELOUZE Lewis, of Boston, and Ann McDaniel, 
of New York, at Philadelphia. American of 

PEMBLETON Mrs. Dorcas and John Prince, 
in this town, 

PENDLETON William C and Elizabeth Hall, 
' daughter of Capt. Lyman, both of and at 

Westerly. American of 
Phebe, of Taunton, and Isaac Bailey, of New 
Bedford, at Taunton. American of 

PENNELL Ann W. and Charles Knight, at 
Salem. American of 

PENNIMAN Aldis and Betsey Paine, both of 
and at Woodstock, Ct., by Rev. Mr. 
Lyman, 
Abby L., daughter of late Obadiah, and Stan- 
ford Newell, Esq., at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Tobey, 
Frances and Dr. Isaac Appleton, at Boston. 
American of 

PENNINGTON Ann Stephenson, daughter of 
the late Josias, Esq., of Baltimore, and 
Samuel Jacobs, formerly of this town, 
at Baltimore, by Rev. Mr. Barton, 

PENNO Mrs. Phebe Pearce, daughter of Dr. 
Benjamin Dyer, of Cranston, and William 
Washburn, of Taunton, at Cranston. 
American of 
Clarissa A., of Attleboro, and Joseph C. Gar- 
diner, of Providence, at Attleboro, by Rev. 
Mr. Ferguson, 

PENRICE John, Editor of Louisiana Advertiser, 
and Louisa B. Moore, at New Orleans. 
American of 

PERCIVAL Capt. Isaac and Catharine G. 
Stockwell, both of Boston, at Providence, 



Feb. 22, 1 83 1 

Feb. 25, 1831 

April 15, 1831 

May I, 1831 

June 10, 1 83 1 

Sept. 22, 1 83 1 
May 17, 1832 
Aug. 6, 1830 
April 2, 1809 

Dec. 31, 1819 

April 29, 1 83 1 

April 9, 1830 

March 12, 1817 

Sept. 21, 1829 
March 26, 1830 

March S, 1816 

Sept. 28, 182 1 

June 6, 1831 

Dec. 29, 1829 
Jan. 15, 1832 



242 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

PERHAM Mary A. and Harrison Case, both of 

Hallowell, Me., at Boston. American of April I3, 1831 

PERKINS Maria, of Ashford, Ct., and Israel 

Day, Jr., of this town, at Ashford, June 22, 1809 

Barbara H., daughter of Samuel G., Esq., 

and Dr. Walter Cbanning, at Boston. 

American of April 4, 1815 

Anne and Moses Smith, at Cranston, by Rev. 

Mr. Jacobs. American of Dec. 12, 1815 

Charlotte W., only daughter of Hezekiah, 

Esq., and Lieut. Owen Ransom, U. S. 

Army, at Norwich, Ct., March 2, 1817 

Charles, Esq., Attorney at Law, of Norwich, 

and Clarrissa Deming, daughter of Julius, 

Esq., of and at Litchfield, Ct. American of May 6, 1817 

Lucretia S., daughter of Hon. Elias, of Nor- 
wich, Ct., and Major Thomas Williams, of 

the house of Hazard & Williams, New 

York, at Norwich. American of May 30, 1817 
and Mrs. Johns, at Hel- 

ston, in Cornwall, Eng. By this marriage 

Mr. P. becomes a father and brother-in-law 

to his brother's grandfather and uncle to 

her children and father-in-law to his 

brother. American of Nov. 18, 1817 

Ann Huntington and Sherman Converse, 

Esq., Editor of New Haven Journal, at 

Windham, Ct. American of .Dec. 22, 1818 

George L., Esq., and Emily Lathrop, daugh- 
ter of the late Thomas, Esq., at Norwich, 

Ct., June I, 1819 

Thomas H., Jr., Esq., eldest son of Hon. T. 

H., and Jane Frances Rebecca Duma- 

resque, at Boston. American of May 23, 1820 

Mary Ann Gushing, daughter of Hon. Thomas 

H., and Thomas Graves Carey, Esq., At- 
torney at Law, of Brattleboro, Vt., at Bos- 
ton. American of June 6, 1820 
Emily E., daughter of Hon. Elias, and 

Charles Griswold, Esq., of Lyme, Ct., at 

New London. American of Dec. 8, 1820 

Elisha B., Esq., of Pomfret, Ct., and Emily 

Pope, of and at Boston. American of July 2, 1822 

Elizabeth W., of Franklin, Ct., and Albert G. 

Wells, of Rhode Island, at Franklin. 

American of July 2, 1822 

Nancy, of Exeter, and Capt. Edmund Cooper, 

of and at North Kingstown. American of Aug. 20, 1822 
Caroline, daughter of Hon. Thomas H., and 

William H. Gardiner, Esq., at Boston. 

American of April 18, 1823 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 243 

PERKINS Clarrissa F., eldest daughter of late 

Edward, of Windham, Ct., and Henry 

Westcott, of Providence, at Windham, by 

Rev. Mr. Everett, June 3, 1827 

Nancy Gushing, daughter of Hon. Thomas 

H., Esq., and William Ferdinand Carey, 

Esq., of New York, at Boston, by Rev. Dr. 

Channing, Nov. 18, 1828 

Mrs. Eliza Greene and Rev. George W. 

Doane, Asst. Minister of Trinity Church, 

at Boston. American of Sept. 22, 1829 

Elizabeth and Joel Gay, at Lynnfield. 

American of Nov. 6, 1829 

PERRIGO David and Hannah Clarke, both of 

Wrentham, at Providence, by Stephen 

Branch, Esq., Dec. 31, 1828 

PERRIN Lewis, of Seekonk, and Lucy B. Peirce, 

of Attleboro, at Taunton. American of Aug. 20, 1822 

Erastus, of Pomfret, and Caroline Nichols, at 

Woodstock, Ct. American of Jan. i6, 1824 

George and Harriet C Chamberlain, daugh- 
ter of Harmon, at Worcester, by Rev. Mr. 

Miller, Oct. 13, 1828 

PERROTTE Julia C.,of Providence, and Robert 

T. Douglass, of Newport, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Pickering, April 5, 1832 

PERRY Thomas, Cashier of Washington Bank, 

Westerly, and Elizabeth Foster, at Hop- 

kinton. American of Nov. 22, 1808 

Jane L., of Round, O., and Richard B. Bedon, 

Esq., at Charleston, S. C. American of April 14, 1809 

Abigail E., daughter of Col. James, and 

Dutee J. Pearce, Esq., all of and at New- 
port. American of April 12, 1811 
Oliver H., Esq., U. S. Navy, and Elizabeth 

Champlain Mason, only daughter of the 

late Dr. Benjamin, at Newport. American 

of May 14, 181 1 

Sally and Oliver Spellman, in this town, by 

Rev. Mr. Cornell, Jan. 5, 1812 

Raymond H. J., Esq., U. S. Navy, and Mary 

Ann DeWolfe, daughter of James, Esq., at 

Bristol, by Rev. Mr. White. American of May 20, 1814 
Lieut. Matthew Calvert, U. S. Navy, and 

Jane Slidell, daughter of John, Esq., at 

New York. American of Dec. 30, 18 14 

Ann M., daughter of Christopher R., Esq., 

of Newport, and George W. Rogers, Esq., 

Master Commander U. S. Navy, at New 

York, by Rev. Dr. Bowen. American of July 11, 1815 



244 



VITAL RECORD OP RHODE ISLAND 



PERRY Caleb E., Esq., of Attleboro, and 
Wealthy Macomber, of and at Norton. 
American of 

Freeman, of Lee, N. Y., and Miss Hannah 
Peckham, of and at South Kingstown. 
Americ.in of 

Simeon, Esq., and Sally Reed, eldest daugh- 
ter of the late Col. Thomas, at Dighton, by 
Rev. Mr. Gushee, 

Joseph T., of Newport, and Susan Hull, 
daughter of Joseph, late of South Kings- 
town, at Sterling, Ct. American of 

Jane T., daughter of the late Capt. Christo- 
pher R., Esq., of Newport, and Dr. William 
Butler, U. S. Navy, at Brooklyn, N. Y. 
American of 

Samuel, Jr., and Maria Greene, daughter of 
Isaiah, Esq., both of and at Charlestown, 
R. I. American of 

Patience, daughter of Sylvester, Esq., and 
Joseph Briggs, at Dighton, Mass. Amer- 
ican of 

Mary, of Kiliingly, Ct., and Otis Salisbury, 
at Glocester, by David Arnold, Esq. 
American of 

James and Sally Moulton, daughter of late 
Michael, at Newport. American of 

William B. and Mary Ann Gardiner, at New- 
port. American of 

Otis, of Kiliingly, Ct., and Elizabeth Orms- 
bee, of Providence, 

Dr. Ebenezer and Mrs. Elizabeth Tabor, at 
New Bedford. American of 

Harriet, daughter of late Col. James, and 
Constant C. Greene, at Newport, by Rev. 
Mr. Webb, 

Sally and Peter Wells, at Windham. Ameri- 
can of 

Mary S., daughter of late Joseph, of New- 
port, and Perry W. Shaw, of Cumberland, 
at Newport. American of 

Capt. John L. and Susan Verily, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Alice M. and George W. Hathaway, both of 
Dighton, at Rehoboth. American of 

Rebecca, of Rehoboth, and James Thayer, of 
and at Taunton. American of 

Ichabod and Celia D. Wardwell, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 



June i8, 1816 
July 19, 1816 
Oct. 12, 1818 
Oct. IS, 1819 

Dec. 31, 1819 

Dec. 31, 1819 

Nov. 3, 1820 

Nov. 14, 1820 
March 30, 1821 

Nov. 30, 1 82 1 

Dec. 4, 1 82 1 

March 22, 1822 

Aug. 25, 1822 
Feb. 3, 1824 

Feb. 27, 1824 

May 9, 1824 

Aug. 24, 1824 

March 4, 1825 

May II, 1825 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 245 

PERRY Hiram A. and Mary Ann Gardiner, 
daughter of Capt. Edward C, both of New- 
port, at New York, July 17, 1825 
Eveline, daughter of late Col. James, of New- 
port, and Capt. Gideon Ricketson, at Wil- 
mington, N.C. American of Aug. 12, 1825 
James W., of Lebanon, Ct., and Lavina Lane, 
daughter of Dea. Daniel, of and at Norton, 
Mass., by Rev. Mr. Clarke, Jan. 30, 1826 

Mrs. Mary Ann, daughter of Hon. James De- 
Wolfe, and William H. Sumner, Esq., of 
Boston, Adj. Gen. of Mass., at Bristol, by 
Rev. Bishop Griswold, Oct. 4, 1826 

Nancy B. and Asaph L. Bliss, at Rehoboth, 
by Rev. Mr. Vernon, Oct. 22, 1826 

Mary Ann and Samuel Burr, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Dec. 3, 1826 

William, Jr., of Lebanon, Ct., and Alice 
Segar, of South Kingstown, at Newport, 
by Rev. Mr. Torrey, 

William, formerly of Newport, and Rosina 

' Penelope Almy, of and at Charleston, S. C, 

Dwight R., of Riceboro, Ga., and Mary M. 
R. Swift, of Fairhaven, 

Enock W. and Hannah Dole, at Boston. 
American of 

Mary Ann, of Salem, and Henry Beckford, 
of Andover, at Salem. American of 

Lewis and Rachel Gifford, at Nantucket. 
American of 

Elizabeth and James M. Grinnell, of New 
Bedford, at Hopkinton. American of 

Belinda and Joseph Sisson, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Waterman, 

Nathaniel and Huldah Gibbs, at Wareham. 
American of 

Cordelia E. and Horatio Gilbert, at Norton, 

Mass. American of Dec. 9, 183 1 

PERTZ George Henry, Esq., of Hanover, and 
Julia Garnett, daughter of late John, at 
Paris, France, at the American Embassy, 
by Rev. Dr. Jarvis, Sept. 14, 1827 

PETERS Harriet S. and William J. Bettes, prin- 
ter, at Boston. American of March 30, 182 1 

Nicholas and Waitey Greene, both of and at 

Providence. American of Feb. 4, 1823 

PETERSON Edward and Caroline Cutler, both 

of and at Newport, Dec. 15, 1822 

PETRI E George, merchant, of Little Falls, N. 
Y., and Mary M. Tillinghast, only daugh- 



Sept. II, 


1827 


Oct. 30, 


1828 


Sept. 3, 


1829 


Oct. 30, 


1829 


Feb. 19, 


1830 


Sept. 24, 


1830 


Oct. I, 


1830 


April 24, 


1831 


May 20, 


1831 



246 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

PETRI E: 

ter of Sylvanus, formerly of Providence, at 
Little Falls, N. Y. American of Dec. 15, 1815 

PETTY Daniel, Jr., and Harriet Amanda Bur- 
gess, daughter of Benjamin, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. 31, 18 19 

PETTEY Henrietta, daughter of Daniel, and 
Seth Hunt, Jr., both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, . Dec. 22, 18 19 

Eliza, daughter of late David, and Jonathan 

Cady, at Providence. American of May 16, 1823 

David and Martha Fenner, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey. Ameri- 
can of April 15, 1825 

Rebecca W., daughter of Daniel, and Enos 
H. Weeden, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Pickering, Nov. 17, 1825 

Barbury and George Leavens, both of Provi- 
dence, at Johnston, Jan. 4, 1826 

Moses, of Westport, and Phebe Albro, at 

Portsmouth. American of June S, 1827 

Thomas J. and Phebe Babcock, at Fall River. 

American of April 29, 1831 

PETTIBONE Lemira and James S. Linn, ed- 
itor Western Intelligencer, at Delaware, 
N. Y. American of April 4, 1820 

PETENGILL Nancy, of this town, and Henry 
Hopkins, of Seekonk, at Sterling, Ct. 
American of July 14, 1812 

PETTINGILL Daniel and Lydia Lincoln, at 

Providence. American of Dec. 8, 1821 

PETTIS David, of Nantucket, and Frances 
Kaull, of Newport, at Providence, by Rev. 
J. N. Brown, Aug. 20, 1826 

Caroline and Jacob Manchester, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 3, 1827 

Arnold and Damaris Fowler, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Kent, Feb. 28, 1828 

Henry N. and Olive G. Parker, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Pickering, Dec. 17, 1832 
PHELPS Amelia and Rev. J. M. Wainwright, 

at Hartford,. Ct. American of Aug. 18, 1818 

Mary F., eldest daughter of Henry, Esq., and 
John Davis. American of Nov. 2, 1819 

Mary Ann, of Bristol, anfl Zeno Waterman, 
at Johnston. American of Aug. 6, 1822 

Charles H., of Stonington, and Ann R. Ham- 
mond, daughter of James, of Newport, at 
Stonington, by Rev. Mr. Hart, July 28, 1824 

Mary Almira, of Windsor, and Roswell M. 
Field, of Fayetteville, at Putney, Vt., Dec. 17, 1832 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



247 



PHELPS M. A. and J. H. Clarke, at Boston, 
PHETTEPLACE Almy and Welcome White, 
at Smithfield, by Thomas Mann, Esq. 
American of 

Otis and Sally Davis, at Smithfield, by 
Thomas Mann, Esq., 

Huldah and Obadiah Smith, both of and at 
Smithfield, by Ara Winsor, Esq., 
PHILANTHROPIST Temperance N., of Bos- 
ton, and William G. Investigator, of Provi- 
dence, at Boston, by Rev. Dr. Goodjudge, 
PHILBROOK Harriet and Henry Gushing, at 

Providence, 
PHILIPS John, editor Herald of the United 
States, and Martha Cole, eldest daughter 
of Capt. Ebenezer, of and at Warren, by 
Rev. Mr. Baker, 
PHILLIVS Richard C, U. S. Navy, and Ruth 
B. Smith, of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Williams, 

Capt. Richard, 47, and Eliza Cotton, 13, at 
Portsmouth, N. H. American of 

Mary, of Warren, and John R. Burroughs, of 
Warwick, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Jacobs. 
American of 

Joseph, of this town, and Phebe Smith, of 
and at Albany. American of 

Joanna B., of Taunton, and Daniel Payson, 
of Walpole, Mass., at Taunton, 

Charles, 16, and Sally Phillips, daughter of 
Charles, 14, at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Stone. 
American of 

Sally, daughter of Charles, 14, and Charles 
Phillips, 16, at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Stone. 
American of 
PHILLIPS Mrs. Tabitha, of Chatham, Mass., 
and Shuball Franklin Arnold, of Smith- 
field, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Lavina, daughter of Nathaniel, Esq., of War- 
ren, and Edward Rhodes, of and at Paw- 
tuxet, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, 

James, of Baltimore, and Lucy Waldron, of 
Bristol, eldest daughter of Joseph, Esq., 
at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Mann, 

James, of Providence, and Susan Paine, of 
and at Foster. American of 

Prescilla and Robert Dyer, at North Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, 

Nancy, youngest daughter of the late Caleb, 
Esq., and Stephen Williams, both of and 
at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, 



Dec. 19, 1832 

March 4, 1828 

Jan. 4, 1829 

Nov. 8, 1829 

Jan. 16, 1829 
Aug. 23, 1819 

May 26, 181 [ 

Aug. 16, 1813 
Oct. 19, 1813 

March 10, 1815 
June 6, 1815 
Oct. 9, 1816 

April II, 1817 

April II, 1817 

April 8, 181 8 

Jan. 25, 1819 

Aug. I, 1819 

Nov. 12, 1819 

Jan. 30, 1820 

April 4, 1820 



248 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



PHILLIPS Capt. Joseph and Phebe Cahoone, 

daughter of Stephen, Esq , at Newport. 

American of 
Margaret, daughter of Peter, Esq., and James 

Hogg, Esq., the " Ettrick Shepherd " at 

Monswold Mains, Scotland. American 

of 
Ann and Joseph Cheeseley, [both blind], at 

Wilmington, Del. American of 
Mary, second daughter of Luke, and John 

McDonald, of Johnston, at Foster. Amer- 
ican of 
William R., of Providence, and Mary G. 

Freebody, daughter of William, of and at 

Newport. American of 
John, of Exeter, and Mary Spink, of and at 

Wickford, 
Martha B., daughter of late Capt. James, of 

Newport, and Francis Richmond, of Taun- 
ton, at Newport. American of 
Stephen and Alice Eliza Williams, daughter 

of Henry, at Providence, 
John S. and Ann Nicholas, both of and at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 
Hannah and John V. Otterson, at Bristol. 

American of 
Silence, daughter of Capt. Jacob, and Elkanah 

Woodward, both of and at Taunton. 

American of 
Elizabeth and Bennett Pearson, at Valley 

Falls. American of 
Edward and Sophia Ruggles, daughter of 

late Benjamin, at Newport. American of 
Abigail B., daughter of Hon. William, and 

Rev. Ebenezer Burgess, of Dedharn, at 

Boston. American of 
N , publisher of National Advocate, and 

Hetty Seixas, daughter of late Moses, of 

Newport, at New York. American of 
Mary L., daughter of late Capt. James, and 

Nathaniel S. Ruggles, Esq., both of and at 

Newport. American of 
Damoris, of Valley Falls, Smithfield, and 

Hiram Aldrich, of Seekonk, at said former 

place, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, 
Mrs. Nancy, daughter of Pardon Angell, and 

Mayor Flavell Paterson, both of and at 

Scituate. American of 
Thomas Walley, Esq., attorney at law, and 

Anna Jones Dunn, daughter of Samuel, 

Esq., at Boston. American of 



May 9, 1 820 

July 7, 1820 
Feb. 20, 1 82 1 

March 6, 1821 

April 6, 182 1 
June 14, 1821 

Oct. 26, 1 82 1 

Jan. I, 1822 

March 20, 1822 

July 9, 1822 

Aug. 9, 1822 
March 11, 1823 
March 28, 1823 

May 30, 1823 

Oct. 21, 1823 

Nov. 4, 1823 

Jan. 4, 1824 

March 12, 1824 

March 23, 1824 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN^MARRIAGES 



249 



PHILLIPS Margaret Wendall, daughter of late 
Hon. John, of Boston, and Edward Rey- 
nolds, M. D., at Boston. American of 

David, Jr., and Mary N. Rhodes, daughter of 
Capt. Richard, both of and at Scituate, by 
Rev. Mr. Knight, 

Nathaniel and Nancy Baker, at Taunton, 

Betsey and James Smith, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brawn, 

Mary and Jabez Holden, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. 
Mr. Shurtleff, 

Harriet, of Cranston, and Jacob H. Brown, 
of Rehoboth, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. 
Tatem, 

Rev. , of Attleboro, and Susan Cole, of 

and at Providence, by- Rev. Dr. Gano. 
American of 

Joseph and Mary Ann Lockwood, both of 
Warwick, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pick- 
ering, 

Stephen, of Smithfield, and Almana Cooke, 
of and at Glocester, 

Thomas, Jr., of Exeter, and Mercy Hoxsie, 
of West Greenwich, at Centreville, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, 

Robey, of Warren, and Thomas Eddy, of 
Attleboro, at Swanzey, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 

Joseph, of Duxbury, and Sally Whiting, at 
Plymouth. American of 

Hannah Proctor, daughter of late Capt. Will- 
iam, and John Brown Thompson, all of 
Warren, at Swanzey, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 

Samuel and Emeline Traverse, daughter of 
the late Thomas, of Rehoboth, at the 
Second Unitarian Church, Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Edes, 

Ruth, of Taunton, and George Bailey, of Fall 
River, at Taunton. Amei-ican of 

Grafton G., of Dartmouth, and Mary M. Cat- 
tle, of and at Freetown, 

Patience, daughter of Nathaniel, Esq., of 
Warren, and Capt. Alfred Smith, of Paw- 
tuxet, at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Hathaway, 
at St. Mark's Church, 

Stephen A. and Elizabeth Brown, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Waterman, 

Olivia T., of Bristol, and Joseph Wadsworth 
Barrett, of Boston, at Bristol, 
PHINNEY Eliza Kinnicutt, daughter of Daniel, 
and Captain William Champlain, both of 
and at Warren. American of 



Jan. II, 1825 

Dec. 22, 1825 
Jan. 22, 1826 

April 6, 1826 

Oct. 14, 1826 

Dec. 31, 1826 

March 23, 1827 

June 10, 1827 
Jan. 6, 1828 

Feb. 26, 1828 
Nov. 24, 1828 
Sept. 15, 1829 

July 4, 1830 

Sept. 16, 1830 

March 22, 183 1 

April 28, 1 83 1 

Jan. 22, 1832 

April 23, 1832 

Oct. I, 1833 

Sept. 23, 1823 



250 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



PHINNEY Hannah, daughter of Daniel, and 

Capt. Ambrose Barnaby, both of and at 

Warren, by Rev. Mr. Hathaway, Feb. 24, 183 1 

PHIPPEN George and Eliza Rhodes, at Lynn, 

Mass. American of Nov. 13, 1818 

PHIPPS Harriet, of Thompson, Ct,, and Samuel 

Harrington, of Brimfield, Mass., at Thomp- 
son. American of Nov. 13 — 27, 1821 
Sarah C, of Framingham, Mass., and Luther 

Metcalf, Jr., Esq., of Medway, at Framing- 
ham. American of Jan. 29, 1828 
PICKENS James, of Boston, merchant, and 

Charity Mackie, youngest daughter of Dr. 

Andrew, at Wareham, by Rev. Noble 

Everett, June 15, 1815 

PICKERING Elizabeth, daughter of Hon. Tim- 
othy, and Hammond Dorsey, of Maryland, 

at Wenham, Mass. American of Aug. 20, 1816 

Levina, of Bellingham, Mass., and Oliver Fol- 

lett, of and at Cumberland. American of April 3, 1821 

Emeline, eldest daughter of Rev. David, and 

John S. Greene, publisher of the Christian 

Telescope and Republican Herald, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 8, 1828 

PICKETT William D., Esq., of Washington, 

Ala., and Eliza G. Whitman, of Providence, 

at Washington, Ala., June 10, 18.59 

PICKMAN Martha, daughter of Hon. B , 

and Samuel B. Walcott, at Salem. Amer- 
ican of June 9, 1829 
PIDGE Mary, of Attleboro, and David Gould, of 

this towrn. at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilder, ' April 18, 1813 

Winthrop, of this town, and Ann Burt Norris, 

daughter of the late Capt. Paul V., of and 

at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wight, June 7, 181 5 

Hannah, of Attleboro, and William C. Lin- 
coln, of Norton, at Providence. American 

of Oct. I, 1819 

Charlotte, daughter of Benjamin, of Dighton, 

and Edwin M. Larchar, of Providence, at 

Dighton. American of March 6, 1821 

Benjamin, of Providence, and Lydia Lewis, 

of and at Dighton. American of Jan. 25, 1822 

Ann Eliza, of North Providence, and Pardon 

Williams, of Taunton, at North Providence, March 22, 1829 
PIKE James and Amey Butler, both of this 

town, Oct. 4, 1 81 3 

James M. and Martha Corey, youngest 

daughter of the late Capt. William, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, July 31, 1814 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN^MARRIAGES 



251 



PIKE Henry and Mrs. Mary Moore, both of and 
at this town, 

Isaac, of Killingly, Conn., and Rebecca Briggs, 
daughter of the late Robert, of and at 
Foster. American of 

Mary Ann, of Providence, and John F. Jen- 
kins, Esq., at Lexington, Ky., 

Sally, of North Providence, and Ezekiel 
Smith, 2d, at Rehoboth. American of 

Jonathan and Cynthia Hathaway, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. tjano, 

Betsey and Horatio Webb, printer, both of 
Brooklyn, Ct., at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Edes, 

Edward, of Warwick, and Ann Maria Barton, 
daughter of Capt. Rufus, of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
PINCKNEY Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Jacob, 
of Pinckney's farm, and Samuel Kennedy, 
of this town, at said Pinckney's farm, 
Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
PINKNEX Julia, youngest daughter of Jacob, 
of Johnston, and George Beverly, of Cran- 
stonj at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Jacobs, 

Isaac H. and Julia Ann Tread well, eldest 
daughter of the late Capt. Jonathan, both 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 

Jacob, Jr., of North Providence, and Sarah 
Fowler, of Newport, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Baker, 

Charlotte and William Stewart, Esq., at Bal- 
timore. American of 

Eliza Lucas, daughter of Gen. Charles C, 
and Ralph Izard, Esq., at Charleston, S. 
C. American of 
PINKHAM Coffin and Mrs. Rebecca Haskell, at 
Nantucket. American of 

Alexander and Thirza Fuller, at Nantucket. 
American of 
PINGRY Mary H. and David Currier, at New- 

buryport. American of 
PINN Mary and Benoni Ward, both of and at 

Newport. American of 
PINNEGAR Mary, daughter of Col. David, and 
James B. Pearce, both of and at East 
Greenwich. American of 
PIPER Joseph and Caroline Stone, at Newbury- 

port. American of 
PIRRSON Susannah Matilda, daughter of James, 
and Robert Eberard Schmidt Von Der 



Nov. 4, 18,15 

March i, 1816 

March 14, 1822 

June 8, 1824 

Dec. 9, 1824 

April 16, 1826 

May 17, 1830 

May 3, 1813 

Feb. 22, i8i6 

March' 30, 181 8 

May 24, 1818 
Nov. 20, 1 82 1 

March 12, 1824 
Aug. 25, 1829 
May 27, 1 83 1 
Nov. 17, 1829 
Oct. 17, 1820 

April 13, 1827 
Jan. 29, 1830 



252 VITAL RECORD- OF RHODE ISLAND 

PIRRSON: 

Lannitz, both of and at New York, by Rev. 
Mr. Bayard, - May 9, 1831 

PITCHER George F. and Freelove S, Whipple. • 
in this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Ameri- 
can of Nov. II, 1808 

Sally and Charles O. Foster, merchant, both 
of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Aug. 5, 181 3 

Alanson and Catharine Kelley, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Baker, Nov. 23, 1820 

Maria, daughter of Dr. Elisha, of Franklin, 
Ct., and Noyes Champlain, of Windam, at 
Franklin. American of Dec. 23, 1823 

Mary Ann Foster, only daughter of Earned, 
and Luke Parmenter, at St. Peter's Church, 
Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, Aug. 23, 1826 

Emeline B. and John H. Gould, both of Paw- 
tucket, at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Barney, Dec. 8, 1828 

Sarah Ann and Alfred Jordan, both of and 
at Smithfield, by George L. Barnes, Esq., Aug. 21, 1831 

PITMAN Eliza, eldest daughter of Rev. John, of 
this town, and Jacob Willard, Esq. , Attor- 
ney and Counsellor at Law, of Fitchburg, , 
Mass., in this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. 17, 1810 

Benjamin H. and Mary Ann Stanhope, 
daughter of the late Edward, at Newport. 
American of Dec. 25, 1810 

Eliza, daughter of Thomas G., Esq., and Wil- 
liam S. Nichols, at Newport. American of April 4, 1815 

Rachel H., daughter of Thomas G., Esq., of 
Newport, and Charles M. Thurston, at 
Newport. American of Sept. 11, 1818 

Abby, daughter of Thomas G., of Newport, 
and Eberezer Coleman, pastor of Congre- 
gational Church at Tiverton, married at 
Newport. American of Jan. 26, 1819 

Rev. Hipkins, 74, and Miss Phebe Adams, 
72. The mother of the bride is still living; 
was married to James Bates about 1725. 
She has now about 80 descendants; in Vir- 
ginia. American of June 22, 1819 

Peter and Lucy Loomis, both of and at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, Aug. 12, 1819 

Rebecca, daughter of late Isaac, of Provi 
dence, and Abraham Wild, Esq., of Bos- 
ton, at Hartford, Ct. American of June 15, 1821 

Elizabeth Ann, daughter of late John, and 
William H. Taylor, at Newport. Ameri- 
can of June 22, 1821 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 253 

PITMAN Benjamin, of New Bedford, and Mary 
Ann Carter, daughter of Capt. Robert, of 
and at Newport. American of. Oct. 21, 1823 

Rosannah and Milton Hall, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Nov. 20, 1824 

James, of Newport, and Elizabeth D Wheeler, 
daughter of Isaac, Esq., of and at Stoning- 
ton, Ct., Oct. 30, 1825 

Emily, daughter of Thomas G., Esq., and 
Capt. Simon Newton, Jr., both of and at 
Newport, by Rev. Dr. Patten, July 8, 1827 

Phebe V., daughtei' of Isaac, of Newport, and 
George W. Ormsbee, of Providence, ' at 
Newport, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, Nov. 18, 1827 

William R., of Fall River, and Matilda Thurs- 
ton, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Norris. 
American of Dec. 2, 1828 

Mary Ann. of Portsmouth, N. H., and Ben- 
jamin T. Wells, of and at Boston. Ameri- 
can of April 13, 1830 

Thomas G., Jr., and Sarah R. Sweet, at 

Newport. American of Dec. 28, 1830 

Benjamin, Jr., and Betsey Reynolds, young- 
est daughter of William, Esq., at Bristol, 
by Rev. Mr. Lewis. American of Jan. 25, 1831 

Eliza Ann, of Newport, and Joseph Crocker, 
of Providence, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 
Tucker, March 7, 1831 

Eleanor and Jeremiah D. Liscomb, at Bris- 
tol. American of May 24, 183 1 
PITTS Hope and Benjamin Robinson, in this 

town, ' Jan. 29, 1 81 1 

Joseph and Bathsheba Arnold, daughter of 

the late Col. Daniel, of and at Smithfield, Jan. i, 1815 

Abner, of Taunton, and Eleanor Sanford, 
daughter of Capt. Joseph, of and at Berk- 
eley, by Rev. Mr. Andr?s, Sept. 14, 181 5 

Maria and Benjamin Robinson, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 14, 1815 

Sarah, of Dighton, and James H. Blake, of 

Taunton, at Dighton. American of Sept. 23, 1823 

Mrs. Eleanor J5., of Providence, and Calvin 
W. Chace, of Killingly, Ct., at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 4, 1824 

Lovice and Nathan Chace, at Dighton, by 

Rev. Ebenezer Blake. American of Oct. 12, 1824 

PLACE Mary and Richard R. Clemens, at Glo- 

cester. American of Nov. 18, 18 14 

Peter and Eliza Hathaway, eldest daughter 
of Benjamin, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 17, 18 16 



254 VITAL RECORD OP RHODE ISLAND 

PLACE Mary, only daughter of Philip, and Levi 
Johnson, Esq., both of and at East Green- 
wich, by Rev. Mr. Palmer. American of Dec. 22, 1818 
Samuel and Mrs. Sarah Carr, both of and at 

Newport. American of Dec. 17, 1819 

Sarah Ann and George B. Whitford, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Seamans, April 6, 1826 

John and Eveline Greene, at Pawtuxet, March 27, 1828 

Nancy F. and Allen O. Lott, at Johnston, by 

Rev. Mr. Manchester, Oct. 30, 1828 

PLACID E Caroline, of New York, and Leigh 
Waring, of the Providence Theatre, at New 
York. American of July i, 1814 

PLATNER Mrs. Lydia and Dea. Josiah Cady, 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Waterman, Feb. 7, 1832 

PLOOMEY Hawes and William Millard, both of 

,and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Sept. 27, 1829 

PLOUGH Eliza, aged 1 1 y., 11 m., r i days, and 

Harrison Currens, 15, in Kentucky, July 2, 1829 

PLUMLEY John and Mary Dismore, at Boston. 

American of Feb. 9, 1830 

PLUMMER Sarah F., daughter of the Governor- 
elect, and late Senator of U. S., and Will- 
iam Claggett, Esq., member of N. H. As- 
sembly, son of Hon. Clifton, late M. C. 
and Judge of Superior Court, at Epping, 
N. H. American of June 14, 1816 

A. F. and Mary Ann Proffett (colored), both 

of and at Providence. American of May 15, 1821 

Mary Ann S., of Portland, Me., and Capt. 
James R. Dockray, Jr., of Newport, at 
Portland American of July 26, 1825 

William and Elizabeth C. Safford, at New- 
bury. American of April 16, 1830 

POINDEXTER Hon. George, U. S. Senator 
from Mississippi, and Ann Hewes, daugh- 
ter of Samuel, Esq., of Boston, at Washing- 
ton, D. C, by Rev. Dr. Howley, May 15, 1832 

POLE William Wellesley [nephew of Lord Well- 
ington] and Tilney Long, said to be the 
richest heiress in England. Her income is 
;^8o,ooo per year. American of May r, 1812 

POLFHLL John G., Esq., of Augusta, Ga., and 
Harriet Allen Taylor, of and at Hillsbor- 
ough, N. C. American of Nov. 19 18 19 

POLK William, U. S. Navy, and Almy Town- 
send, daughter of William, Esq., at Town- 
sendville, N. Y. American of Dec. 9, 1817 

Lucius J., of Tennessee, and Mary A. Eastin, 
of and at Washington, at the Presidential 
Mansion, April 10, 1832 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



255 



POLLARD Ezra and Nancy Winsiow, both of 
Coventry, at Warwick. American of 

John and Ann Hill, at Providence, by Rev. 
-Mr. Pickering, 
POLLEY Mary, ot Walpole, and Amos M. 
Hooper, formerly of Lemerick, Me., at 
Walpole, 
POMROY Elijah, of Wolcott, Conn., and Mary 
Bowers, of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Williams. American of 

Swann L. and Fra ce's M. Fales, daughter of 
late Hon. Samuel, of Taunton, at Newport, 
POMEROY Olive, daughter of Lemuel, Esq., 
and Prof. Chester Dewey, of Williams Col- 
lege, at Pittsfield, Mass. American of 
POND Martin, of Franklin, and Amey Elderkin, 
of this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Charlotte, daughter of Capt, Jabez, of Wren- 
tham, and Billings Harstow, of Providence, 
at Wrentham, by Rev. Dr. Fiske, 

Hannah, of Providence, and Jarvis Hopkins, 
at Foster, 

Charles N., Esq., of Pawtucket, and Charlotte 
J. Hetherington, of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Waterman, 

Gilmore and Rachel L. Wallace, at Lowell. 
American of 

Joseph E., of Wrentham, and Jane C. 
Spooner, daughter of Rev. Thomas, of 
Cumberland, at Warren, by Rev. Mr. 
Welch, 

William, Jr., and Frances L. Moore, at Bos- 
ton. American of 
POOL Sophia, of Tisbury, and James Lyon, of 

Newport, at Tisbury. American of 
POOLE Cornelia W., daughter of Joseph, of 
New York, and George H. Ellery, of New- 
port, at New York, 
POORE Lydia, daughter of Moses, Esq , and 
David Lawrence Morrill, Governor of New 
Hampshire, both of Goffstown, at Pem- 
broke, N. H. American of 

Rev. Ebenezer, Pastor of Second Church, 
Beverly, and Clarissa Abbott, of and at 
Andover. American of 

Boyleston and Mrs. Susan Dresser, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, 

William, Jr., and Lydia Ferrin, at Haverhill. 
American of 

POPE Mr. and Miss Young, 

in England. American of 



Oct. 27, 1820 
Dec. 28, 1826 

June 30, 1823 

Aug. 17, 1813 
Dec. 21, 1824 

June 7, 1825 
March 5, 1809 

Jan. I, 1827 
Dec. 30, 1827 

Nov. 12, 1828 
Sept. 15, 1829 

Oct. 22, 1829 
April 2, 1830 
Oct. 25, 1822 

Dec. 13, 1832 

Aug, 13, 1824 

March 22, 1825 

May 22, 1825 

Aug. 3, 1830 

Feb. 4, 1814 



256 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

POPE Mary Taylor, eldest daughter of the late 

Dr. John, and George W. Taylor, mer- 
chant, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, Sept. i8, 1817 

Emily, of Boston, and Elisha B. Perkins, 

Esq., of Pomfret, Ct., at Boston. Amer- 
ican of July 2, 1822 
Louisa, daughter of late Dr. John, of Provi- 
dence, and Elisha Manton, of Augusta, 

Geo , at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. 

American of " Sept. 9, 1823 

William and Abigail Day, both of and at 

Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. White, Jan. i, 1824 

PORTER Mary and Benjamin Seaver, both of 

Taunton, at Newport. American of Nov. 22, 1S08 

Dr. Isaac, -of Charlton, Mass., and Amey 

Potter, daughter of Capt. William, of and 

at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Preston. Amer- 
ican of June 24, 1817 
Eliza and Jeremiah Heaby, at Worcester, 

Mass. American of Aug. 22, 1817 

Major General Peter B., of New York, and 

Mrs. Letitia P. Grayson, of Kentucky, 

daughter of the late Hon. John Brecken- 

bridge, late Attorney General of United 

States, at Princeton, N. ]., Oct. i6, 1818 

Sarah M. and Seril Manton, at Kinderhook, 

N. Y., Jan. 2, 1820 

Chloe, of Berlin, and Everard Peck, Editor 

of Rochester [N. Y.] Telegraph, at Berlin, 

Ct. American of Nov. 7, 1820 

Rowena, daughter of late Robert, Esq., of 

Freetown, Mass , and Stephen Bowen, of 

Newport, at Freetown. American of March 2, 1824 

Eliza A., of Boston, and Charles A. Hamil- 
ton, of Worcester, at Boston. American 

of March 14, 1826 

Bethiah, of Bridgewater, Mass., and Apollos 

Howard, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes. 

American of Nov. 27, 1827 

Henry and Clarrissa Tompkins, at Pawtucket. 

American of May 13, 1828 

Philip and Sarah Carver, at Taunton, Sept. 21, 1828 

Charles, of Hartford, and Amelia Townsend, 

daughter of Capt. Solomon, of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Wayland, Sept. 29, 1828 

Galen T. and Mary E. Fletcher, at Boston. 

American of Sept. 22, 1829 

Edward J., of Plymouth, and Eliza Ball, of 

Waterbui;y, at Litchfield, Ct. American of Oct. 16, 1829 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



257 



PORTER David and Elizabeth Hamm, at Bos- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Haskins, Rector of Grace 
Church, 

Sarah Ann and Peleg S. Sherman, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Phillips, 
PORTUGAL Donna Maria Teresa, daughter of 
the Prince Regent of, and Don Pedro 
Carlos, Infant of Spain, at Brazils. The 
bride is in her 17th year. Great rejoicings 
took place and 2500 rockets were dis- 
charged at once. American of 
POST Julia L., of New York, and James De- 
Wolfe, Jr., of Bristol, at New York, by 
Rev. Dr. Romeyn. American of 

Eleanor, of New York, and Francis L. B. 
DeWolfe, of Bristol, at New York, by 
Rev. Dr. Romeyn, 

Ralph and Mary Gardiner, of Newport, at 
Chatham. American of 

Alanson and Mary D. Chace, of and at Swan- 
zey. American of 

Magdalen R., of New York, and Isaac Gib- 
son, son of late Wood, Esq., of Liverpool, 
at New York, by Rev. Dr. Wainwright. 
American of 
POTTER Olney and Mary Richardson, at Glo- 
cester, 

Cyrus, of this town, and Mary M. Fenner, 
daughter of Col. Richard, of and at Cran- 
ston, married by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Charles, 2nd, and Serena Hull, in this town, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Mrs. , widow of Sprague, and Wil- 
liam Peckham, Esq., 

Hon. Elisha R., Esq., of South Kingstown, 
M. C, and Mary Mawney, daughter of 
Pardon, Esq., of and at West Greenwich. 
[Note — we think this should read " East." 
J. N. A.] American of 

Stephen, of Scituate, and Matilda Aldrich, of 
and at Foster, 

Christina and Henry Gardiner, both of this 
town, at Newport. American of 

Joseph K., of this town, and Abby P. Dyer, 
daughter of Dr. Benjamin, at Cranston, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Sarah and Horace Fox, by Rev. Mr. Cornell, 

William and Hannah B. Gladding, daughter 
of the late Nathaniel, Jr., all of this town, 
by Rev. Mr. Williams, 



May 3, 1831 
Aug. 19, 1832 



July 13, 1810 

May 19, 1815 

March 9, 1820 
Sept. 10, 1822 
Dec. 26, 1823 

July 31, 1829 
Dec. 25, 1808 

Jan. I, 1809 

Jan. 8, 1809 

April 30, 1809 

July 13, 1810 

March 10, 181 1 

April 30, 181 1 



Sept. 30, 18 1 1 
Nov. 10, 181 1 



Nov. 10, 181 1 



258 



VITAL RECORD OP RHODE ISLAND 



POTTER Sarah W., daughter of H- 



Esq., of Providence, and John F. Herby, of 
and at Savannah, Ga., 

Phihp and Abigail W. Field, daughter of the 
late John, in this town, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, 

Charles, merchant, and Eliza Rodman, 
daughter of the late Capt. William, in this 
town, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 

Ann, daughter of the late Governor Potter, 
and Dennison Hull, both of and at South 
Kingstown. American of 

Mrs. Lydia and Christopher Waterman, at 
Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Sprague, 

Rebecca, of Scituate, and Benjamin Dawley, 
of South Kingstown, at Scituate, by Rev. 
Mr. Westcott. American of 

Mary and David Simmons, both of and at 
Johnston, 

Amey, daughter of Capt. William, of Cran- 
ston, and Dr. Isaac Porter, of Charlton, 
Mass., at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Preston. 
American of 

William H. and Ann Peck, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 

Thomas Forrester and Martha West, both 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 

Ira, of Providence, and Clotilda Chaffee, of 
and at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pitman. 
American of 

William, Jr., and Sarah Ann C. Dean, daugh- 
ter of Simon, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano. American of 

Hannah and James Westcott, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Sally, daughter of Rouse, and Peleg Babcock, 
Jr., Esq., at South Kingstown. American 
of 

Phinehas and Hetty Thurber, daughter of 
Lemuel, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Mary Arnold and Moses Curtis, both of 
Providence, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Cur- 
tis, 

Rhoda and James M. Thorp, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 

Lieut. Benjamin C, of Coventry, and Sally 
Barrus, daughter of Capt. Thomas, of 
Killingly, Ct., at Coventry, by Obed Per- 
kins, Esq., 



April 9, 18 [2 

Sept. 24, 1812 

June 7, £813 

May 20, 1814 
March 24, 1814 

Nov. 8, 1814 
Sept. 8, 1816 

June 24, 1817 
Aug. 24, 1817 
Nov. 27, 1 817 

March 23, 1819 

Aug. 24, 1819 
Nov. 10, 1819 

Nov. 19, 1 819 

Feb. 29, 1820 

March 23, 1820 
July 20, 1820 

Sept. 24, 1820 



RHODE ISLANP AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



259 



POTTER William T.and Mary Anthony, daugh- 
ter of Abraham, of and at Portsmouth, at 
Friends' Meeting House. American of 
Prudence, only daughter of Daniel, and John 
D. Cole, both of and at Foster. American 
of 
Amanda, eldest daughter of Capt. Job, and 
James Fisher, both of and at Pawtuxet, by 
Rev. Mr. Curtis, 
Alice and Joseph T. Seager, both of South 

Kingstown, at Newport. American of 
Lydia, daughter of Restcome, and Capt. 
Barzillai S. Adams, of Fair Haven, at New- 
port. American of 
Stephen and Sophia A. Carr, both of and at 

Newport. American of 

Philip and Sarah Ann Jenckes, daughter of 

late Jerathniel, at Pawtucket. American of 

Sarah H., daughter of Jeremiah, of North 

Kingstown, and Stephen A. Robinson, of 

Newport, at North Kingstown. American 

of 

(Note. — I think this should read " South " 

instead of " North." J. N. A.) 

Simeon, of Foster, and Mrs. Marian Slocum, 

of and at Warwick. American of 
James and Isabella Burdick, both of and at 

Providence. American of 
Major Jeremiah and Amey W. Harris, daugh- 
ter of Charles, Esq., both of and at Scitu- 
ate. American of 
Harriet Maria, daughter of John, Esq., and 
Robert F. Stockton, Esq., U. S. Navy, at 
Charleston, S. C. American of 
Nancy and Frederick Underwood, formerly 
of Newport, at New Bedford. American of 
Rev. Alonzo, Prof, of Mathematics and Nat- 
ural Philosophy in Union College, and 
Sarah Maria Nott, daughter of Rev. Eli- 
phalet, at Schenectady, N. Y. American of 
Elizabeth R., daughter of Capt. Robinson, 
and Theophilus C. Dunn, M. D., at ISIew- 
port. American of 
Amey W., daughter of Arthur M., Esq., and 

Israel Randall, at Cranston, 
Stephen S. and Rebecca H. Congdon, both 

of and at Cranston. American of 
Roger Williams and Sarah Louisa Langley, 
daughter of Joshua H., at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, 



Oct. 10, 1820 

Oct. 23, 1820 

Jan. 16, 1821 
Feb. 23, 1 82 1 

April 6, 182 1 

June I, 1821 

Dec. 14, 1821 

Feb. 26, 1822 

June II, 1822 
Oct. 8, 1822 

Oct. 25, 1822 

March 21, 1823 
March 25, 1823 

April 25, 1823 

April 27, 1824 

July 5, 1824 

July 23, 1824 

Feb. 6, 1825 



260 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

POTTER Abby, of Providence, and Oresta Whit- 
ney, of Westboro, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, March 13, 1825 

Col. Edward and Mrs. Welthian Matteson, 
daughter of Christopher, of West Green- 
wich, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Knight. 
American of May 20, 1825 

Israel K. and Hannah Young, both of Crans- 
ton, at Providence, June 26, 1825 

Peleg, of Portsmouth, and Jane Weeden, of 
and at Providence, Dy Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. i, 1826 

Maria, daughter of Henry, of Warwick, and 
Curtis Ames, of Preston, Ct., at Voluntown, 
Ct. American of April 24 and May 4, 1827 

Mrs. Sarah A., of North Providence, and 
Samuel Chaffee, of Boston, by Rev, Mr. 
Cheney, Sept. 27, 1827 

Phebe, of Adamsville, Little Compton, and 
Melvin Borden, of P"all River, at said former 
place, by Rev. Mr. Paine, 

Jermon Y. and Lucinda Blanchard, of Scit- 
uate, at Brooklyn, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Tatem, 

Sarah R. and Thomas R. Stafford, at Paw- 
tuxet, 

George A., of Providence, and Maria F. 
Stall, of and at Taunton, by Rev. Mr. Hall, 

Susan, daughter of James, of Coventry, and 
Curnal B. Capron, of Providence, at Cov- 
entry, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Almy G. and Henry Fenner, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

Rebecca W. and Capt. Samuel T. Remington, 

at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, Oct. 9, 1828 

Hannah and Peleg Johnson, at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Edes, Nov. 10, 1828 

Lewis and Mary C. Howard, both of Provi- 
dence, at Pawtucket, by I^ev. Dr. Benedict, Nov. 20, 1 828 

Lewis and Mary G. Harwood, daughter of 
Edward, both of and at Pawtucket, by Rev. 
Dr. Benedict, Nov. 20, 1828 

Hannah and Asa .Swift, at Kingstown. 
American of Dec. 5, r828 

Mary and John Douglass, at Prudence Island, 
by Rev. Mr. Wight, Dec. 23, 1828 

Moses, of Providence, merchant, and Arra- 
bella Williamina Stilson, daughter of 
Joseph, of and at Quebec, June 19, 1829 

Nathaniel F. and Sabrina C. Abbott, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Farley, June 24, 1829 



Oct. 21, 


1827 


Nov. s, 


1827 


May II, 


1828 


May 18, 


1828 


June I, 


1828 


Aug. 25, 


1828 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 261 

POTTER Mahala, only daughter of Capt. Reu- 
ben, of Coventry, and Charles Griffiths, of 

Foster.at Coventry, by Hon. Obed Perkins, Oct. ii, 1829 
Robert W. and Eliza Gorton, at Warwick, by 

Rev. Henry Tatem, May 31, 1830 

Rev. William T. and Mrs. Henrietta R. 

Hamilton, both of and at New Haven, Ct. 

American of June 22, 1830 

Charles and Lydia Brown, at Beverly. Amer- 
ican of Aug. 27, 1830 
Jonanka S. and David S. Tabor, at New 

Bedford. American of Aug. 27, 1830 

Hannah and William Wilcox, at Westport. 

American of March 25, 183 1 

Maria W., of Providence, and Charles E. 

Dunham, of Warwick, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Brown, May 24, 1831 

Mehitable R., daughter of late Restcome, of 

Newport, and Capt. Seth W. Macy, of 

Nantucket, at Newport, June 5, 1831 

James B. and Julia Ann Studley, daughter 

of Capt. John, both of and at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Phillips, Dec. 29, 1831 

Zuriel, of Cranston, and Roby M. Ames, 

daughter of Dyer, of and at Plainfield, Ct., Feb. 2, 1832 

POTTLE Sarah and George W. Fox, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 11, 1821 

William B. and Merebah Thornton, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 26, 1824 

POTTS Sarah M. and Hon. Willis Allston, at 

Wilmington, N. C. American of July i, 1817 

POWE Anne and William Rumson, after a day's 

courtship, at Biddleford, Eng. American 

of July 24, 1827 

POWELL John H., Esq., of Philadelphia, and 

Julia De Veaux, eldest daughter of the late 

Col. De Veaux, of and at New York, by 

Rt Rev. Bishop Hobart, Oct. 21, 1817 

Isabella Harrison, daughter of Snelling, Esq., 

and Samuel Hopkins, merchant, both of 

and at Boston, Oct. 10, 181 8 

Col. and Mrs. , at Mobile, 

Ala. American of Nov. 12, 181 g 

Anne and Stephen Cambreleng, both of and 

at New York. American of Sept. 23, 1825 

Elizabeth, second daughter of late Snelling, 

and Henry James Finn, Manager of the 

Theatres, at Boston, by Rev. Dr. Gardiner, Sept. 14, 1826 
Amelia and Albert Manchester, both of and 

at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Bristed, at St. 

Michael's Church, Aug. 18, 183 1 



262 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



POWER Rebecca M., eldest daughter of Major 
Nicholas, and William R. Staples, Esq., 
Attorney at Law, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 

Sarah Helen, of Providence, and John Wins- 
low Whitman, Esq., of Boston, at Jamaica, 
L. I., by Rev. Mr. Sayers, 

William, M. D., and Marianna Sloane Doyle, 
eldest daughter of Lawrence, of Halifax, 
N. S., at New York. American of 
PRALL Maria C, daughter of late Abraham, 
Esq., and Cornelius W Lawrence, Esq., at 
New York, 
PRATT Phebe, daughter of Joseph, and Thomas 
H. Mumford, both of and at Newport, by 
Rev. Mr. Ward, 

Rhoda and Horatio Bayles, both of Dighton, 
Mass. American of 

Caleb, of Vrovidence, and Sally Walker, of 
and at Stafford, Ver. American of 

Job L. and Eliza A. Church, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Preston, 

Cyrus, of Boston, and Nancy Slocum, of 
Pawtuxet, at Boston, by Rev. Mr. Sharp. 
American of 

Sarah Ann, daughter of late Thomas, and 
Richard Hoppin, of Providence, at New- 
port, by Rev. Mr. Dunn, 

Harriet M., daughter of Capt. Asa, and John 
E. Hayward, Esq , both of and at South 
Bridgewater. American of 

Peter, Esq., Attorney at Law, and Ann Eliza 
Barnes, daughter of late Hon. David L., 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Edes, 

Henry W. and Clorinda Leonard, at South 
Bridgewater, Mass. American of 

Mary, daughter of Job, of Middleboro, and 
Jesse Dean, at Taunton, 

Col. John B. and Elizabeth E. Wheelock, at 
Hopkinton, Mass. American of 

Julia Ann, of Cranston, and Josiah Cuthran, 
of Providence, at Cranston, by Arthur 
Potter, Esq., 

Joseph and Caroline Chamberlain, at Worces- 
ter, 

William Livingstone, Clerk of the General 
Assembly of New Jersey, and Mary Frances 
Buckner, daughter of Amos B., Esq., of 
Virginia, at Washington. American of 



Nov. 27, 1821 

July 10, 1828 

Sept. IS, 1829 

Nov. 24, 1 8 14 

Dec. 21. 1809 
Dec. 3, 1813 

Dec. 23, 1817 
May I, 1820 

Sept. 19, 1820 

Dec. 12, 1820 

Oct. S, 1821 

Dec. 6, 1821 

Jan. I, 1822 

June 4, 1826 

March 30, 1827 

Oct. 2r, 1827 
Oct. 30, 1827 

June 20, 1828 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 263 

PRATT Betsey A., daughter of late Spencer, and 
John N. Miller, both of and at Bristol, by 
Rev. Mr. Wight, Aug. lo, 1828 

Capt. Marrison B. and Stella Bates, at Mans- 
field. American of Jan. 6, 1829 

Amasa and Sally Wood, at Mansfield, by 

Rev. Mr. Briggs. American of Feb. 17, 1829 

Rev. John, of New Haven, and Mary Corey, 

at Brookline, Mass. American of May 4, 1830 

Mary W. and Capt. Nicholas Sandford, of 
Dartmouth, at New Bedford. American 
of Aug. 20, 1830 

Caleb Ingraham and Caroline Dennie Major, 

at Boston, April 7, 1 83 1 

George W. and Mary B. White, daughter of 
the late Joseph, Jr., Esq., of Salem, at 
Boston, by Rev. Mr. Haskins, Rector of 
Grace Church, May 3, 1831 

Job L. and Harriet Fisher, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. .VI r. Waterman, April 25, 1832 

John L. and Harriet Fisher, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Waterman, April 25, 1832 

PRAY Phebe, daughter of Peter, and Elijah 

Armstrong, of Smithfield, at Glocester, May 25, 1828 

PRENTICE John and Sally S. Barratt, in this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, June 21, 1812 

Sally and Caleb Arnold, both of and at this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. American of Dec. 26, 181 5 

PRENTLSS Betsey, of Providence, and Jeremiah 

S. Barrett, of Boston, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, June 27, 1821 
PRENTICE Mary and George Maguire, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Feb. 8, 1824 

Timothy D. and Eunice L. Congdon, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, April 17, 1828 

Ann B. and David Watts, by Rev. Dr. Way- 
land, June 17, 1828 

Mahala S., of Grafton, and George W. Drury, 
of Boston, at Grafton, by Rev. Mr. Con- 
yers. American of Nov. 13, 1827 

Ellen and William Peirce, merchant, at Bos- 
ton. American of June 10, 1831 

Daniel A. and Mary S. Bogman, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Farley, Nov. 21, 1831 

PRESBURY James and Susan Williams, both 

of Taunton, at Raynham. American of June i, 1821 

Mary and Captain A Blake, at Taunton, 

by Rev. Mr. Hamilton, Oct. 2, 1825 

PRESBREY John O. and Abby Godfrey, daugh- 
ter of Captain William, at Taunton. Amer- 
ican of Dec. 3, 1830 



264 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



PRESCOTT Catharine Elizabeth, daughter of 

Hon. William, and P'ranklin Dexter, Esq., 

at Boston. American of 
Lieut. J., U. S. Army, and Sarah Folgar, at 

Nantucket. American of 
Mrs. Mehitable, 76, formerly of Deerfield, N. 

H., and Benjamin Judkins, 85, soldier of 

the Revolution, at Vienna, Me. American 

of 
PRESHOE Lucinda and Barney Field, both of 

and at Taunton. American of 
PRESTON Chloe. of Hampton, Ct., and Nathan 

Kendall, of Brooklyn, Ct., at Hampton. 

American of 
Joseph D. and Waitey G. Crandall, daughter 

of Robert, at Exeter. American of 
William and Cyrene Cross, at Danvers. 

American of 
Mary and Ira Lovering, at Boston, 
PREVO.ST Augusta Emelia, fourth daughter of 

George, Esq., of Greenville, N. Y., and 

Samuel Dexter, Jr., son of the late Hon. 

Samuel, at Greenville American of 
PRICE Abby, daughter of the late John, of New- 
port, and Major William Thurber, of and 

at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Martha W., late of Boston, and Wiswall 

Jones, Esq., of Charleston, S. C, at Savan- 
nah, La Mar, Jamaica, American of 
Mary Ann, daughter of the late Capt. John, 

of Newport, and Daniel S. Lawrence, Asst. 

Postmaster of Providence, at Newport, 
Margaret, of Newport, and David BoUes, of 

Providence, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 

Choules, 
Betsey, daughter of Capt. Matthew, and John 

K. Turnbull, both of and at Warwick, by 

Rev. Mr. Manchester, 
PRIEST Gabriel and Mary Ann Watson, at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Potter, 
PRIME Frederick and Mary R. Jay, daughter of 

Peter Augustus Jay, Esq., at New York, 

by Rev. William Richmond, 
Samuel and Mary C. Williams, at Boston. 

American of 
PRINCE John and Mrs. Dorcas Pembleton, in 

this town, 
PRIMER Elizabeth and William Culcalt, at New 

Brunswick. American of 



Oct. 5, 1819 
Feb. 2, 1830 

Dec. 25, 1832 
Sept. 13, 1822 

Nov. 28, 1823 

April 2, 1824 

Nov. 24, 1829 
May 12, 183 1 

May 31, 1816 

March 24, 18 i6 

Aug. I, 1817 

Sept. 16, 1823 

Nov. 26, 1827 

Jan. 27, 1828 
March 29, 1829 

April 30, 1829 

April 29, 1 83 1 

April 2, 1809 

July 14, 1815 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 265 

PRINCE Rev. John, LL. D., and Emily Waldo, 

at Salem, Mass. American of Dec. lo, 1816 

Leopold, of Sicily, and Arch Duchess Clem- 
entina, daughter of the Emperor of Aus- 
tria. American of Sept. 24, 1816 

Charles Augustus, of Boston, merchant, and 
Penelope Minturn Greene, youngest daugh- 
ter of Dr. Thomas, of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Prof Adams, May 15, 1820 

William and Betsey Fargo, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Preston, Sept. 14, 1820 

Phebe Ann, daughter of late James, and Al- 
byn Valentine Dike, both of and at Provi- 
dence, Sept. 12, 1822 

Elizabeth O.and Seba Smith, Jr., Esq., Junior 
Editor of Eastern Argus, at Portland. 
American of March 18, 1823 

Frances J., of Providence, and William Shack 
leford, of Wilmington, N. C, at Providence, Aug. 15, 1826 

William R., Esq., of Flushing, L. I., and 
Charlotte G. Collins, daughter of Lt. Gov. 
Charles, of and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 
Wheaton. American of Oct. 10, 1826 

Elizabeth M. and Samuel F. Brock, at Nan- 
tucket. American of June 25, 1830 
PRINCESS Paulina Theresa Louisa and Wil- 
liam, King of Wurtemburg, her cousin. 
The queen is 19, the king 40. In Germany. 
American of June 6, 1820 

Maria Ferdinanda Amelia Xaierf, of Saxony, 
and Ferdinand III, Grand Duke of Tus- 
kany, and brother of the Emperor of Aus- 
tria. He is 52, she 25. At Florence, Italy. 
American of July 6,1821 

PRIOR Hannah H., eldest daughter of Edmund, 
of Cow Neck, L. I., and Samuel Rodman, 
Jr., Esq., of Newport, merchant, at Cow 
Neck, at the F"riends' Meeting House, Nov. 2, 18 19 

Martha D. and Abraham Thurston, Esq., 
Deputy Collector of Customs, both of and 
at Newport. American of May 3, 1822 

PROCTOR Edward and Ann Stephens, both of 

Boston, in this town. May 23, 1813 

Russell, of this town, and Phebe S. Anthony, 
daughter of Benjamin, of and at North 
Providence. American of Feb. 28, 1815 

Abigail, daughter of Nathaniel, of Olneyville, 
and Nathan Bucklin, at Olneyville. Amer- 
ican of Feb. 19, 1823 



266 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

PROCTOR Sally and Capt. William Wilton, of 

New Bedford, at Essex. American of July 4, 1828 

Frances W. and George L. Nutter, Esq., at 

Barnstead, N. H. American of June 4, 1830 

PROFITT Mary Ann and A. F. Plummer 

(colored) both of and at Providence. 

American of May 15, 1821 

PRONNING Matthew C, of Beverly, Mass., 

and Lucy E. Wilcox, of and at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. 13, 1819 

PROPHET Lydia E. and Isaac Randall, both of 

and at Cranston (colored). American of June 4, 1822 

PROSPECT John and Abby Swan, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, Jan. 19, 1826 

PROUD Samuel, of Providence, and Amey Hill, 

of South Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 14, 1821 

PRODT Lucy and James Temple, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Oct. 23, 1820 

Mehitable H. and William Brown, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Dec. 16, 1828 

PROUTY Eliza Ann and James Cole, at Boston. 

American of Dec. 11, 1829 

PRUSSIA Louisa Augusta Wilhelmina Amelia, 

daughter of the King of, she is in her 18th 

year, and William Frederick Charles, son 

of the King of the Netherlands. Amer- 
ican of July 19, 1825 
PRUYN Sally and Arent Van Vleck. Two 

brothers and two sisters of the bridegroom 

are married to two sisters and two brothers 

of the bride. At Kinderhook, N. Y. 

American of May 19, 1809 

PRUDHOMME Eugene and Mrs. F. C. Hum- 
bert, married by Rev. Spencer H. Crane, 

at New York. [She was before married 

by Rev. Mr. Lyell, Oct. 19, 18 19;] April 20, 1829 

PUGH Sophia and William T. Rogers, Editor of 

Democrat and Farmers' Gazette, at Doyle- 

ston, Penn. American of Feb. 26, 1822 

PULLEN Ann, daughter of William, of Newport, 

and Baron Bowen, at Seekonk. American 

of Aug. 15, 1815 

Harriet J., daughter of William, and William 

W. Dawley, both of and at Newport, 

American of Sept. 8, 1820 

Henry and Frances Dawley, both of and at 

Newport. American of May 30, 1826 

PULSIFER Roxalyn and Capt. Barnabas Mann, 

both of Waltham, Mass., at Providence, by 

Abel Allen, Esq., Nov. 21, 1822 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 267 

PUNCHARD Benjamin H. and Martha L. Mar- 
land, at Andover. American of Oct. 23, 1829 

PUNDERSON Frank and Caroline Marion Tall- 
man, daughter of Dr. John Mayer, of the 
City. American of ■ May 12, 1820 

PURDY Joel B., of Westchester, and Ann Bat- 
tell, of and at New York, by Rev. F. W. 
Geisenheimer, Jr., May 8, 1831 

PURINGTON Diana N. and Thomas Spears, at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, Jan. 30, 1825 

PURKES Robert and Mary C. Spellman, both 

of this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, April 5, 1812 

PUTNAM Elizabeth, daughter of Daniel, Esq., 
and Dr. George Sumner, of Hartford, Ct., 
at Brooklyn, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Wainwright. 
American of Dec. 7, 1819 

Emily, daughter of Col. Daniel, and James 
Brown, both of and at Brooklyn, Ct., at the 
Episcopal Church. American of April 28, 1820 

Le Baron, of Providence, and Ann B. Braman, 
youngest daughter of Dr. Amasa, of and at 
Milbury, Mass. American of July 3, 1821 

Louisa, daughter of Hon. Samuel, and Joseph 

A. Peabody, at Salem. American of Sept. 7, 1821 

Hannah C, daughter of Israel, Esq., of Sut- 
ton, Mass., and Jabez Hull, of Providence, 
at Sutton. American of Oct. 26, 1821 

Hannah, daughter of Hon. Judge Putnam, 

and Thomas P. Bancroft, at Salem, Dec. 8, 1822 

Benjamin P. of Marietta, O., and Sarah H. 
Ward, daughter of Thomas W., Esq., at 
Shrewsbury, Mass. American of Oct. 12, 1824 

PUTNEY Joseph V., formerly of Salem, Mass., 
and Mrs. Abby Stutson, of and at Bristol, 
by Rev. Mr. Peck, ~ Jan. i, 1826 

PYNE Margaret, daughterof the late John, Esq., 
and Henry Carey,of New York, at Charles- 
ton, S. C, by Rev. Bishop Bowen. Amer- 
ican of Feb. 2, 1 8 19 



QUACKENBAS Magdalen, daughter of Isaac 

A. Esq., of Guilderland, attorney at law, 

and Seth Arnold, of Smithfield, at Albany, 

N. Y., March i, 1812 

QUARMAN John G. and Emma Ann Richmond, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, Oct. 18, 1824 



268 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



QUEEN Maria Regina, of Washington, and Hon. 

Samuel Campbell, M. C.from Washington. 

American of Feb. 2i, 1823 

QUINER Capt. John and Susan Fogg, at Mar- 

blehead. American' of April 16, 1830 



R 



RALFORD Alexander G., of Louisville, Ga., 
and Eliza Battey, of Providence, at Louis- 
ville, by Rev. Mr. Kennedy, 

RALPH Eliza, daughter of David, of Scituate, 
and Stephen G. Hopkins, of Warwick, at 
Scituate, by Elder Richard Knight, 
Harriet C, daughter of Joseph, of Bristol, and 
John G. Dawley, of Providence, at Bristol, 
by Rev. Mr. Griffin, 

RALSTON Robert, Jr., Esq., of Philadelphia, 
and Anne Booth, youngest daughter of 
late Kirk, Esq., at Boston. American of 
Henry, Esq., and Harriet Willing, daughter 
of George, both of Philadelphia, near Potts- 
grove, Penn. American of 

RAMSEY Eliza and Simeon Francis, Jr., one of 
the editors of the Advocate, at New Lon- 
don, Ct. American of 

RAND Joseph and Betsey Ashton (not Austin 

as before printed,) daughter of the late 

Stephen, both of and at Providence,by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, 

Joseph and Betsey Austin, by Rev. Dr. Gano. 

American of 
Mary and Phineas Goodenough, at Worcester. 

American of 
Thomas, of Charlestown, and Sally Grover, 

at Beverly. American of 
Emily R. S., eldest daughter of Hon. Edward 
S., of Newburyport, and Dr. S. Augustus 
Arnold, of Providence, at St. Paul's Church, 
Newburyport, 

RANDALL Frances, daughter of Dr. Stephen, 
and George E. Weeden, in this town, 
Samuel, preceptor of the Warren Academy, 
and Martha Maxwell, daughter of James, 
at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Baker. Ameri- 
can of 



March 30, 1819 
Dec. 26, 1824 
Dec. 25, 1828 
Oct. 4, 1822 
Sept. 16, 1825 
Dec. 19, 1820 

Jan. 30, 1820 

Feb. 6, 1820 

June 8, 1821 

Sept. 24, 1830 

Oct. 24, 1832 
Oct. 16, 1808 

Aug. 22, 1809 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN -MARRIAGES 269 

RANDALL Smith, of North Providence, and 

iVIary Olney, of and at Smithfield. May 2, 1811 

Dexter, Esq., attorney at law, and Eliza Thur- 

ber,third daughter of the late Edward, Esq., 

both of and at this town, by Rev. Dr. 

Messer, Nov. 29, 1813 

Shadrach, of North Providence, and Mercy 

Olney, daughter of James, of and at Johns- 
ton, Dec. 19, 1813 
Rev. Ephraim and Eliza Bryant, daughter of 

Gamaliel, at New Bedford. American of Aug. 15, 181 5 

Amey, second daughter of Dr. Stephen, of 

Providence, and Shadrach Manton, of 

Johnston, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Aug. 18, 1817 
Martha, youngest daughter of John, of North 

Providence, and Capt. Moses Ballou, of 

Smithfield, at North Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Edes, Dec. 30, 181 8 

Dr. Moses F., of Boston, and Hathsheba Wil- 
liams, daughter of Col. Gideon, both of 

and at Taunton. American of Nov. 26, 1819 

Eliza, daughter of Samuel, Esq., and James 

F. Simmons, of Cumberland, at Johnston, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 26, 1820 

Ellen, daughter of Job, and Richard Angell, 

at Scituate. American of June r, 1821 

Eliza and Randall Mowry, at Johnston. 

American of Aug. 24, 1821 

Isaac and Lydia E. Prophet, both of and at 

Cranston (colored). American of June 4, 1822 

William H. and Esther Baker, both of Paw- 
tucket, at Providence, May 22, 1823 
Charles W. and Hannah R. Benson, daughter 

of William P. R,, both of and at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Ludlow, Sept. 18, 1823 

Isaac and Rhoda Inman, daughter of Abra- 
ham, Esq., at Johnston, by Elder Sprague, Feb. 12, 1824 
Israel and Amey W. Potter, daughter of 

Arthur M., Esq., at Cranston, July 5, 1824 

Clarrissa and Christopher Arnold, both of 

Providence, at New York, June 27, 1825 

Alpheus, of Cranston, and Eliza Webber, of 

Smithfield, at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. 

Benedict, Dec. 11, 1825 

Mary Ann, of North Providence, and Samuel 

Stokes, at Johnston. American of Dec. u, 1827 

Phebe W., daughter of Samuel, of Johnston, 

and Zenas Bliss, of Rehoboth, at Johnston, 

by Rev. Mr. Cheney, Jan. 14, 1828 

Maritta and Stephen G. Williams, at Paw- 
tucket. American of April 22, 1828 



270 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

RANDALL Eliza and Joseph G. Albro, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Phillips, Dec. 3r, 1828 

Willard and Cyrene Aldrich, only daughter 
of George, 3d, at Smithfield, by Thomas 
Mann, Esq., March 22, 1829 

Juliet and Amos Sawyer, at Boston. Amer- 
ican of Dec. I, 1829 

George W., of Stow, and Harriet Maria Rich- 
ardson, of and at Cambridge. American 
of Jan. 19, 1830 

Joshua, Jr., Esq., of Phillips, and Fanny 

Stacy, of and at Wilton, Me. American of June 15, 1830 

Stephen Jr., and Susan H. Arnold, both of 
and at North Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Tobey, Oct. 12, 1831 

Electa L. and Hosea Smith, at Blackstone, 

after a courtship of 3 hours, July 8, 1832 

RANDOLPH Ann C, daughter of the late 
Thomas, Esq., of Virginia, and Governeur 
Morris, Esq., of Morrissenia, N. Y., at 
New York, Dec. 25, 1809 

Hannah P., of Jersey City, and William P. 
Keene, formerly of Providence, at New 
York. American of Feb. 25, 1820 

Lucy Maria, daughter of Richard Kidder 
Randolph, Esq., and Thomas Breese, 
purser U. S. Navy, both of and at Newport, 
by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, May 25,. 1825 

Eleanor Wayles, daughter of Thomas Mann 

Randolph, of Albermarle, and J Cool- 

idge, Jr., of Boston, at Monticello, Va., May 27, 1825 

Lavina, aged about 45, and John P. Holman, 

aged 17, in Wilson Co., Tenn., Sept. 19, 1828 

William Sullivan, and Frances Fowler, at 

Newport, July 12, 1831 

RANKIN Christopher, M.C., from Mississippi, 
and Juliana Strieker, daughter of the Gen- 
eral, at Baltimore. American of Nov. 19 and 23, 1824 
RANKS Dolly and Philander Gleason, at Wor- 
cester, by Rev. Dr. Bancroft, July 11, 1826 
RANSOM Lieut. Owen, U. S. Army, and Char- 
lotte W. Perkins, only daughter of Heze- 
kiah, Esq., at Norwich, Ct., March 2, 1817 
RATHBURN Sarah, of North Kingstown, and 
Martin Ballou, of Cumberland, at Brooklyn, 
Ct. American of Jan. 2, 1824 

Sarah, of North Kingstown, daughter of 
Abraham B., and Barton Ballou, of Cum- 
berland, at Brooklyn, Ct. American of Jan. 20, 1824 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 271 

RATHBURN John H.,of Connecticut, and Ann 

Eliza Atwood, third daughter of Anthony, 

at Johsnton. American of Aug. 24, 1824 

RATH BONE George S., merchant, and Esther 

D. Jones, youngest daughter of Thomas, 

in this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 5, 181 1 

Capt. Stephen K. and Sarah Brown, daugh- 
ter of Thomas, both of and at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 15, 1822 

William H. and Sarah .^nn Center, daughter 

of James, at Newport American of Jan. 10, 1823 

William P., of Augusta, Ga , and Ruth Ann 

Leonard, daughter of late Silas, of Taunton, 

at Hall.owell, Me., by Rev. Mr. Gillett, July 11, 1827 

Betsey and Robert Walker, both of and at 

Scituate, Jan. 18, 1829 

RAVEN Richard and Sally Sherden, at Bristol, Sept. 27, 1821 
RAWSON Samuel and Rosalie Gramon, of this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Feb. 28, 181 1 

Liberty, of Mendon, Mass., and Susan Water- 
man Smith, youngest daughter of the late 

Col. Christopher, of and at Pawtuxet, by 

Rev. Mr. Jacobs, March 21, 1813 

Hon. Joseph and Ann B. Russell, both of and 

at Bristol, by Rev. Bishop Griswold, May 31, 1819 

Hon. Joseph, of Barrington, and Mrs. Susan 

W. Rawson, of Mendon, Mass., youngest 

daughter of late Col. Christopher Smith, of 

Pawtuxet, at Mendon, by Rev. Mr. Dag- 
gett, Dec. 20, 1 82 1 
Mrs. Susan W., of Mendon, Mass., youngest 

daughter of late Col. Christopher Smith, of 

Pawtuxet, and Hon. Joseph Rawson, of 

Barrington, at Mendon, by Rev. Mr. Dag- 
gett, Dec. 20, 1 82 1 
William Rhodes, of Providence, and Eliza- 
beth Chatman Peckham, of and at Exeter, 

by Rev. Mr. Northup, Oct. 12, 1823 

Grindall, formerly of Providence, and Lucretia 

Cornell, of and at Norwich, Ct. American 

of April 30, 1824 

Ethan A. and Charlotte Helen Greene, eldest 

daughter of Capt. William, both of and at 

Mendon. American of Aug. 27, 1824 

Samuel and Eliza Richmond, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Aug. 22, 1827 

Julia M. and Jeremiah B. Allen, at Barrington, 

by Rev. Mr. Patrick, Jan. 21, 1828 

Duke and Lydia Tillinghast Arnold, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, Feb. 7, 1828 



272 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

RAWSON Joan B. and Harkness Inman, at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Potter, Feb. 7, 1828 

Mary and Schuyler Usher, both of Smith- 
field, at Cumberland. American of Feb. 29, 1828 

Nancy and James Sayers, of Newport, at 

Bristol. American of May 13, 1828 

Mary Ann, daughter of Joseph, Esq., and 
George S. Brown, at Barrington, by Rev. 
Mr. Welsh, Jan. 6, 1829 

William and Mary Cartwright, at Fall River, Jan. ir, 1829 

Mary and George Sanford, Jr., both of and 
at Bristol, March 19, 1831 

George B. and Sarah Cooke, daughter of late 
Capt. John, of Killingly, Ct., at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Phillips, Nov. 25, 1832 

RAY Benjamin and Sally Southwick, eldest 
daughter of George, both of and at Cum- 
berland. American of Aug. 13, 1819 

Mary and Asa G. Bunker, of Nantucket, at 

Hopkinton, Mass. American of Oct. 2, 1827 

George C. and Sophia A. Elkins, at Nan- 
tucket, American of June 25, 1830 

Capt. Peleg and Harriet Ann Carey, at Nan- 
tucket. American of Nov. 19, 1830 
RAYMOND Sarah, daughter of Ephraim, Esq., 
and Otis Robinson, of and at Norton, Mass. 
American of July 27, 1810 

William, of Norwich, Ct., and Submit Harts- 
horn, at Hampton, Ct., at Coventry, R. I., 
by Obed Perkins, Esq., March 11, 1821 

Harriet A., daughter of E , Esq., 

and Capt. Dauphin King, at Norton, by 

Rev. Mr. Clarke, Oct. 2, 1825 

George, of Charlestown, and Lydia Atwood, 
at Plymouth, by Rev. Dr. Kendall. Amer- 
ican of July [4, 1829 
REA Uriel, of this town, and Harriet Fiske, 
daughter of Dr. Caleb, at Scituate, by Rev. 
Mr. Walcott, Mar. 26, 1809 

Mary and Edward S. Sheldon, both of and at 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Jan. 25, 1813 

Capt. William and Frances Burr, daughter of 
Ezekiel, both of and at this town, by Rev. 
Mr. Edes, Feb. 12, 18 16 

Samuel and Sarah Ann C. Webster, at Ports- 
mouth. American of Sept. 24, 1830 

Caleb F., of Scituate, and Martha C. Cong- 
don, daughter of Isaac, of Cranston, at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Dec. 13, 1831 

READ George and Hannah Jones, both of and 

at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Hill, July 26, 1812 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 273 

READ Martha, of Seekonk, and Benjamin Ben- 
jamin, of Smithfield, at Seekonk, by Rev. 
Mr. Hill, Aug. 28, 1814 

REED Maria C, only daughter of William, of 
Killingly, Ct., and George Larned, 2d, of 
Thompson, Ct , at Killingly, by Rev. Mr. 
Wbittemore, Jan. 9, 18 16 

READ Capt. Thomas M, U. S. Army; and Char- 
lotte E. Berrian, daughter of James, mer- 
chant, of and at New York, by Rev. Mr. 
Berrian, April 13, 18 16 

Huldah,daughter of Oliver, and David Cooper, 
both of and at .Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pit- 
man. American of July i, 1817 
REED Sally, eldest daughter of the late Col. 
Thomas, and Simeon Perry, Esq., at Digh- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Gushee, Oct. 12, 18 18 
READ Harriet and Samuel W. Remington, both 
of and at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Thomp- 
son, Nov. 28,' 1819 

Elizabeth Allston, daughter of Dr. William, 
of Charleston, S. C, and Peter Parker, 
Esq., of Boston, at Charleston, by Rev. 
Dr. Dalcho, Dec. 2, 18 19 

Mary Ann, daughter of John, of Newport, 
and William Eldredge, at Newport. Amer- 
ican of March 31, 1820 

Abel and Mrs. Patience Chace, at Pawtucket, 

by Kev. Mr. Benedict, May 21, 1820 

Isaac, son of Capt. John E, and Mrs. Pa- 
tience Learman, daughter of Caleb Mun- 
roe, of Jamestown, at Newport. American 
of June 13, 1820 

John, Jr., and Eliza Barker, daughter of Capt. 

Stephen, at Newport. American of Oct. 17, 1820 

Elizabeth M., daughter of Eleazer, Jr., and 
Capt. James Boone, both of and at New- 
port. American of Oct. 20, 1820 

Cornelia Annabella, daughter of late Hon. 
Jacob, of South Carolina, and John E. 
Howard, Jr., Esq., of Baltimore, in Geor- 
gia. American of Jan. 9, 1821 

Eleazer and Mrs. Mary Soule, at Newport. 

American of Jan. 3(3, 182 1 

Maria, eldest daughter of Joseph, and Samuel 
Bishop, both of and at Glen's Falls, N. Y. . 
American of Feb. 27, 1821 

Amos M., of Pawtucket, and 'Mary Drowne, 
of New Market, N. H., at Seekonk, by 
Rev. Mr. Pitman, ' Jan. 13, 1821 



274 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



REED Narcissa and Elisha Walker, both of and 
at Taunton. American of 

Catharine Ann Louisa, daughter of late Hon. 
Jacob, of South Carolina, and Capt. Charles 
Waugh Morgan, U. S. Navy, at Philadel- 
phia. American of 
READ George and Charlotte Calder, both of and 
at this town. American of 

Pauline, only daughter of Simeon, Jr., Esq., 
of Johnston, and Asa Kelley, of Burrillville, 
at Cranston. American of 

William and Mrs. Sarah Freeman, both of 
and at Cumberland. American of 

Oliver and Clarrissa Gardiner, both; of and at 
Newport. American of 

Henry and Phebe Waite, eldest daughter of 
Sheffield, both of and at Coventry. Ameri- 
can of 

Milton and Fanny Fish, both of Seekonk, at 
Pawtucket, 

Mrs. Esther, of Smithfield, and James Wick- 
son, Jr., of Providence, 

Hubbard and Nancy Dwight, at Thompson, 
Ct. American of , 

Elijah, of Rehoboth, and Mrs. Sarah Horden, 
of and at Troy, Mass. Americati of 

Jacob, Esq., eldest son of late Gen. Jacob, of 
South- Carolina, and Nancy Williamson, 
daughter of John P., Esq., of and at Savan- 
nah, Ga. American of 

Rev. Augustus B., of Troy, MasS., and Me- 
Hnda Burdon, of and at Rehoboth. Amer- 
ican of 

William and Mary Dennis, at Taunton. 
American of 

Cyrel and Sarah S. Wheaton, at Seekonk, by 
Rev. Mr. Baker. American of 

William George. Esq , late of Newport, and 
Sophia Catherine Howard, daughter of 
Col. John E., of and at Baltimore, by Rev. 
Mr. Duncan. American of 

William and Martha Penelope Sherman, 
daughter of Captain Benjamin, at Newport, 

Alvin O., of Pawtucket, and Martha J. Rob- 
erts, daughter of Capt. Dutee, of Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

Ruth, daughter of William, Esq., and Capt. 
Benjamin W. Brown, both of and at Troy 
Mass., 
Amanda F. and James Ellsbree, at ' Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Greene. American of 



June 22, 1821 

Sept. 2-8, 1821 
Nov. 9, 1 82 1 

Aug. 20, 1822 
Aug. 2p, 1822 
Dec. 10, 1822 

March 4, 1823 

June 22, J 823 

July 13, 1823 

Oct. 10, 1823 

March 12, 1824 

Nov. 12, 1824 

Nov. 19, 1824 

March 4, 1825 

April 5, 1825 

May 27, 1825 
Aug. 31, 1826 

March 2, 1826 

July 23, 1826 
July 25, 1826 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 



275 



READ Samuel M. and Sylvana Bennett, daugh- 
ter of Capt. Cornelius, at Newport, by Rev. 
Mr. Mudge. American of 

James Harvey and Mary Ann Taylor, daugh- 
ter of late Capt. William, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Henry L., of Boston, merchant, and Char- 
lotte Stickney, of and at Worcester, 

Joel, of Attleboro, and Mary LeCraw, of 
Pawtucket, at AttleborO, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
liams, 

Heighton and Susan Davis, both of and at 
Fall River, 

Lyman, of North Providence, and Abby C. 
Arnold, of Cumberland, at Smithfield, by 
Judge Mann, 

Eliza and Albert F. Remington, both of Paw- 
tuxet, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Picker- 
ing. 

Thomas and Mary B. Cooke, both of Central 
Falls, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 

Hannah, of Pawtucket, and William Bur- 
rough, Esq., of Providence, at Pawtucket, by 
Rev. -Mr. Taft, 

Martha and George Bowers, both of Dighton, 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

John B. and Jane Ingraham, both of Paw- 
tucket, at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Warren, 

Anthony and Elizabeth A. Bliss, both of and 
at Dighton, by Rev. Mr. Gushee, 

Isaac M., of Pembroke, Mass., and Sally Ann 
Mason, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Warne, 

John and Mary Gilbert, at Boston. Ameri- 
can of ^ . 

Elizabeth and Clifford P. Nickerson, at Valley 
Falls, by Rev. Mr. Greene, 

Rebecca and George Borden, both of and at 
Fall River. American of 

Amos M. and Mary E. Underwood, both of 
and at Pawtucket, at the Congregational 
Church, by Rev. Mr. Hopkins, 

Mrs. Emily and Eleazer P. Davis, at Bedford, 
by Rev. Mr. Stearns. American of 

Matilda and Robert Booth, both of and at 
New Bedford, by Rev. William Coe, 

Catharine, daughter of late Eleazer, Jr., and 

■ William F. Smith, at Newport, by Rev. 
Mr. Choules, 



^Oct. 10, £826 

Jan. 28, 1827 
March 7, 1826 

May 10, 1827 
Sept. 17, 1827 

Nov. 14, 1827 

April 24, 1828 
May 10, 1828 

May IS, 1828 
Nov. 2, 1828 

Nov. 17, 1828 
Dec. 4, 1828 

July 7, 1829 
Dec. 8, 1829 
Feb. 4, 1830 
Feb. 9, 1830 

March 2, 1830 

March 18, 183 1 

April 18, 1 83 1 

April 28, 1 83 1 



276 VITAL RECORD OP RHODE ISLAND 

READ Sarah, daughter of Rev. Ahah, of Men- 
don, and Horace Benson, of Curhberland, 

at Chepachet American of . April 17, 1832 

Amelia Jane and William A. H^ndy, at Bris- 
tol, by Rev. Mr. Davis, , May 20, 1832 
Arminda W., daughter of Rev. Aha^h, and 

Horatio Latham, at Blackstone Village, Sept. 2, 1832 

Capt. John N. and Mary A. Borden, both of 

and at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Vernon, Jan. 14, 1833 

REAILL Rev. Joseph, of Brimfield, and Mrs. 

Nancy Howe, of and at Ware. American 

of Jan. 29, 1830 

RECORDS Gardiner and Sally Blanding, eldest 

daughter of the late Col. Christopher, at 

Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Thompson. Amer 

ican of ' March 12, 1813 

Thomas, of Westport, and Ann Pearce, 

daughter of Col. Joseph, of and at Little 

Compton, by Rev. Mr. Paine, Feb. 12, 1826 

REDDING Lucinda and Daniel Lincoln, at 

Taunton, by Rev. Mr. Cobb, June 14, 1829 

REDFIELD Lewis H., Editor of Onondaga 

Register, and Ann Maria Treadwell, daugh^ 

ter of Nathaniel H., Esq., of Plattsburg, at 

Clinton, N. Y. American of April 4, 1820 

RELPH William and Susan Weaver, at Cranston, April 3, 1 814 

Dulinda, eldest daughter of Major Eleazer, 

and Dr. Daniel Baker, both of and at Scit- 

uate. American of April 9, 1824 

REMINGTON Martha Frances, daughter of the 

late Capt. Charles, of Pawtuxet, and 

Thomas H. Condy, Jr., of this town, at 

Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Jacobs, 
Mary and Capt. Peleg Congdon, both of and 

at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, , 
Freelove, only daughter of the late Hezekiah,' 

and Clarke Lawton, both of Exeter, at 

North Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. Gardiner. 

American of . , , , , 

Edward Scott Rhodes and Phebe Hunt Cole, . 

at Pawtuxet. Arnerican of, , 
Samuel W. and Harriet Read,, both of and at 

Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Thon;ipson, , 
Ruth, of Cranston, .and Capt. Step?|eri Man- 
chester, at Cranston,, ; 
Amey and Ira Lawson, at Cranston.. Amer- 
ican of Au^. 10, 1 82 1 
Mary Ann, daughter of late Daniel, and 

Andrew Arnold, at Coventry. American 

of Jan. I, 1822 



Aug. 23, 


1815 


Jan. 7, 


1816 


Oct. 8, 


1819 


'Oct. 29, 


1819 


Nov. 28, 


1819 


' Oct. 8, 


1820 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— ]VIARR,IA|GES 277 

REMINGTON Clementina C, daughter of. Tid- 
deman H., formerly of Jamestown, R...I.,. 
and John S. Cornell, formerly, of Newport, . 
at Beaufort, S. C. American of, : Jan. 31, 1823 

Hon. Henry and Lucy A. Arnold, at Ap- . 

ponaug. American of Jan. 20, 1824 

Ann Louisaand George Morse, at. Pa wtucket. 

American of July 27, 1824 

Harriet A , daughter of late.Capt. Charles, of 
Pawtuxet, and Gapt. William H. A born, of- 
Providence, at Pawtuxet. American of Feb. r, 1825 

Ann Eliza, of Smithfield, and Isaac Follett, . 

of Cumberland, at Smithfield. American of July 15, 1825 

Henry A., of Cranston, and Sally Ann Ar- 
nold, daughter of Sion, of and at Coventry, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 22, 1825 

Edward, of Providence, and Mary A. Smith, 
daughter of Capt. Simeon, Jr., of and at 
Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, Sept, 4, 1826 

Edward, of Providence, and Mary A. Smith, 
daughter of Capt. Simeon, Jr., at Paw- 
tucket. American of Sept. 15, 1826 

Mary G.. of Coventry, and Thomas Tew, of 
Newport, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering, Jan, '7, 1827 

Oliver, of Providence, and Electa Ann Bos- 
worth, of Seekonk, at Providence, by Rev. ,^ 
Mr. Pickering, Nov. 4, 1827 

Albert F". and Eliza Reed, both of Pawtuxet, 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, April 24, 1828 

Capt. Samuel T. and Rebecca W. Potter, at 

Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, Oct. 9, 1828 

Louisa and David Fisher, at Wrentham. 
American of Oct. 17, i8rS 

Sarah G., daughter of Benjamin, Esq., and 
Bennett Low Hojden, both of and at War- 
wick, by Rev. Mr. Manchester, Dec. 7, 1828 

Joshua and Joanna Lawton, at Portsmouth, 

by Rev. Mr. Eddy, June 21, 1829 

Edward S. R. and Mrs. Julia E. Hin.es, at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pattison. Amer- 
ican of Dec. 3, 1830 

Mary T., of Newport, and Thomas A. Rich- 
ardson, of Providence, at Newport, Dec. 8, 1831 
RENCHES Henson and Esther Newell, both ,0^ . . 

and at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano,. ,. , Oct. 24, 1813 

RESPASS William, of Bloomingdale,.Bpurbpn ' .,^, 

Co., Ky., and Susan Conde Russell iCorl>ss, .,,.. ., , 
second daughter of John, Esq , formerly of, .' ' ,' 
Providence, at said- former place, ■, ,.,,^.(,, :,;,. Qct.4, 1826 



278 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



REVERE Joseph W., Esq., of Boston, and Mary 
Robbins, daughter of Hon. Edward H., at 
Ivlilton, Mass. American of 
REVEIN Sally and John Drever, both of and at 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Baker. American 
of 
REX Sukey, daughter of George, and Sanford 

Bell, at Newport. American of 
REYNOLDS Benjamin and Hannah Cottrell, 
daughter of Nathaniel, of Exeter, at New- 
port, 

Hannah, daughter of Col. Joseph, and James 
P. Burgess, all of and at Bristol. Amer- 
ican of 

Capt. Caleb, of Pelham, and Mary E. Wil- 
liams, daughter of Nathaniel, Esq., of and 
at Dighton, by Rev. Mr. Gushee, 

Sarah and Henry J. Stevenson, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 

Capt. John and Elizabeth Lyons, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Preston, 

Lydia and Sylvester Luther, at Bristol. 
American of 

Thomas and Mrs. Susannah Spooner, of 
Newport, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, 

Lucy, daughter of Joseph, and Rowse Clarke, 
Jr., at South Kingstown. American of 

Olive, daughter of the late Amon, of New- 
port, and Pardon Davis, at Hopkinton. 
American of 

Hannah, of Coventry, and John Ladd, Esq., 
of West Greenwich, at Coventry, by Obed 
Perkins, Esq., 

Samuel, 2d, and Sally Pearce, at the Con- 
gregational Church, Bristol, by Rev. Mr. 
Mann, 

William, Jr., and Fanny Manchester, at Bris- 
tol. American of 

Mary and Riley Brown, both of and at Prov- 
idence. American of 

Lucy, daughter of Judge Reynolds, and Caleb 
B. James, at Richmond, R. L American 
of 

lidward, M. D , and Margaret Wendall Phil- 
lips, daughter of late Hon. John, of and at 
Boston. American of 

Mary and William Douglass, at Valley Falls, 
by Rev. Mr. Greene, 

Thomas and Saiah Gifford, at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Seamans, 



April 20, 1821 

May 19, 181 5 
Dec. 25, 1810 

March 20, 18 10 

May 15, 1810 

Feb. 19, 18 r 5 

Dec. 29, 1816 

Nov. 26, 1818 

April 7, 1820 

April 19, 1820 
Sept. r, 1820 

Sept. S, 1820 

Oct. I, 1820 

Sept. 29, 1822 

Nov. I, 1822 

Nov. 19, 1822 

May 13, 1823 

Jan. II, 1825 

Jan. 23, 1825 

March 12, 1826 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 



579 



REYNOLDS Jonathan and Elizabeth Pearce, at 
Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Mann, 

Mercy and Nathan A. Gardiner, both of Ex- 
eter, at Warwick, 

Esther C, daughter of Jonathan, of North 
Kingstown, and Nicholas S. Fry, of East 
Greenwich, at Wickford, North Kingstown, 
by Rev. Mr. Allen. American of 

Esther C, of North Kingstown, and Nicholas 
S. Fry, at Wickford. American of 

Betsey B. and Edward Oliver Lawrence, at 
Johnston, by Rev. William C. Manchester, 

Stephen D., of Providence, and Lydia Wil- 
son, of and at Bristol, by Rev. M r. Wight, 

Abigail, of Richmond, and Gideon Spencer, 
of Warwick, at Richmond, by Rev. Mr. 
Greene. American of 

Elizabeth and Oliver Buffington, at Fall 
River. American of 

George H. and Mary Usher, daughter of 
Capt. James, 2d, both of and at Bristol, by 
Rev. Mr. Lewis, 

Betsey, youngest daughter of William, Esq , 
and Benjamin Pitman, Jr., at Bristol, by 
Rev. Mr. Lewis. American of 

John U., of South Kingstown, and Frances 
West, youngest daughter of William, for- 
merly of Providence, at Jackson, Highland 
Co., O., by Hugh Lncas, Esq., 

Sarah and Richard Alien, at Pawtucket, at 
Albion Village. American of 
RHODES Eliza, daughter of Malachi, of Paw- 
tuxet, and Stephen Arnold, of this town, at 
Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Jacobs, 

Sally F., only daughter of Hon'. JameS, and 
Tally Dorrance, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. 
Jacobs, 

Peleg, of Warwick, and Mary S.- Chatraan, 
of Cranston, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. 
Jacobs, 

Catharine Augusta, of Boston.daughter of 
the late Dr. F. W., and Charles Warfe, an 
officer in U. S. Navy Yard, Charlestown, 
Mass., by Rev. Mr. Wilson, , 

James E. and Mary A. Fox, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Eliza and George Phippin, at Lynn, Mass. 
American of 

Edward, of Pawtuxet, and Lavina Phillips, 
daughter of Nathaniel, Esq., of Warren, 
at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, 



April 4, 1826 
May 13, 1827 

March 18, 1828 

March 25, 1828 

Aug. 24, 1828 

Nov. 18, 1828 

March 13, 1829 
May 8, 1829 

Oct. 18, 1830 

Jan. 25, 1831 

June 10, 1832 
Dec. 7, 1832 

Aug. 5, i8it 

Jan 6, 1814 

Aug. 9, 1815 

May II, 1817 

Jan. I, 1818 

Nov. 13, 1818 

Jan. 25, 1819 



280 VITAL UECORD OP RHODE ISLAND 

RHODES Mary J., only daughter of William N., 

of North Providence, and Ur. Charles Wild, 

of Hrookliriei Mass;, at North- Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Tobey. American of Dec. 31, 1819 

Col. Sion A. aind Eliza R. Aborn, only daugh- 
ter of Joseph, Esq.j both of and at Paw- 

tuxet, by Kev. Mr. Curtis, April 4, 1820 

Edward Scott, of North Providence, and Sally 

Ann Winsor, daughter of Augustus, of 

and at Smithfield, by Rev. Mr Tobey. 

American of May 12, 1820 

Amos J. and Harriet M. Aborn, eldest daugh- 
ter of James, both of and at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, June 17, 1823 

En\ily, eldest daughter of Capt. Arnold, and 

Capt. E;phraim Chace, of Troy, Mass., at 

Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, Aug. 21, 1820 

Mercy B., daughter of Capt. Benjamin, and 

William R. Chapman, at Pawtuxet, Nov. 12, 1820 

James T., of Pawtuxet, and Susan Chandler, 

daughter of Nathan, of and at Pomfret, Ct., Dec. 28, 1823 
James, of Cranston, and Ruth Chandler, of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, April 18, 1824 

Celia a;, daughter of Richard, of Scituate, 

and Alpheus Hawkins, of Johnston, at 

.Scituate, by Rev. Mr Knight, June 20, 1825 

Eliza, of Scituate, and Thomas Henry, Jr., 

of Providence, at Scituate. American of June 29, 1S24 

Mary N., daughter of Capt. Richard, and 

David Phillips, Jr., both of and at Scituate, 

by Rev. Mr. Knight, * Dec. 22, 1825 

Christopher, of St. Thomas, and Ann Wick- 
ham, of and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 

Wheaton, July 18, 1827 

Peleg A., of Providence, and Eliza Avery, of 

and at Montgomery, Mass., Oct. 18, 1827 

Hope Ann, of Pawtuxet, and John R. Den- 
nis, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Brown, Oct. 22, 1827 

Robert, of Pawtuxet, and Caroline L. Ilicks, 

daughter of Rev. G Hicks, of and at 

Taunton. American of ■ Dec. 14, 1827 

Mrs. Harriet and Dr. Charles Goodwin, both 

of and at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, F'eb. 24, 1828 
Thomas and Phebe Gorton at Warwick, March 2, 1828 

Phebe E , of Pawtuxet, and William Allen, 

of Pawtucket, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. 

Shurtleff, April 27, 1828 

George Augustus and Eliza Soule, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Waterman, Jan. 14, 1830 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



281 



RHODES Edward S., and Mrs. Eliza Robinson, 
at Smithfield, by Thomas Mann, Esq. 
American of 
Hannah and John Day, of Pawtucket, at 

Dedham. American of 
Eliza A., daughter of Gen. Christopher, of 
Pawtuxet, and John R. Bartlett, cashier of 
the Globe Bank, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. 
Waterman, 
Charlotte P., of Pawtuxet, and William Has- 
well, of Newport, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. 
Mr. Shurtleff. American of 
Ann W., daughter of Thomas, and John G. 
Anthony, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Farley, 
George W. and Caroline M. Branch, daugh- 
ter of the late CoL Sanford, both of and at 
Providence, bv Rev. Dr. Hall, 
RHINO Elizabeth and Nathan Webb, Jr., at Al- 
bany. American of 
Elizabeth, of Halifax, N. S., and Joseph 
Stansberry, of and at Boston. American 
of 
RICE Sally W., only daughter of the late Capt. 
William, and Joseph F. Arnold, both of 
and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Littlefield, 
Ebenezer and Sally Bates, second daughter 
of Asa, both of and at Coventry, by Rev. 
Mr. Farnum, 
Susan and John W. Babcock, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 
Col. George and Lydia Ann Wightman, 
daughter of the late Daniel, both of and at 
Warwick. American of 
Whipple and Julia Maria Winchif, both of 

and at Warwick. American of 
Comfort, of Millbury, and Lucy Ann Woods, 

of and at Uxbridge. American of 
Prescott, of Framingham, and Eliza Brown, 
of Little Compton, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, 
Capt. John, of Providence, and'^Maria Robin- 
son, daughter of James R., of and at Lis- 
bon, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Lee, 
Sarah R. and Jonathan P. Hayward, of Bos- 
ton, at Concord. American of 
Capt. William and Emeline Draper, at Spen- 
cer. American of 
Submit D. and John Holden, Jr., at Groton, 
Ct. American of 



June 22, 1830 
Dec. 7, 1830 

May IS, 1831 

Dec. 9, 1 83 1 

Oct. 16, 1832 

Dec. 6, 1832 
Jan. 3, 131S 

Feb. 26, 1830 

March 24, 1816 

Oct. 31, 1816 
July 5, 1818 - 

Feb. I, 1820 

Nov. 8, 1822 

March 23, 1824 

Oct. 23, 1825 

Nov. 25, 1827 
May 21, 1830 
July 13, 1830 
Dec. 21, 1830 



282 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



RICE Mary Stone and Thomas J. Stone, at Bos- 
ton. American of 

Caroline and Dr. Henry Gilmore, at Brook- 
field, by Rev. George R. Noyes. Amer- 
ican of 

Robert and Harriet Willison, at Boston. 
American of 

Esther C. and Loring Young, of Leicester, 
at Worcester. American ot 

Elizabeth and Joseph Elliott, Jr., at New 
Bedford. American of 

Julia F. and Benjamin B. Viall, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
RICH Gilbert and Lydia W. Jennings, both of 
and at Providence. American of 

Lewis C. and Betsey Chipman,' at Wellfleet. 
American of 

RICHARDS Capt. and Miss 

Webber. The bride is 3 years older than 
her mother's husband and 50 years younger 
than her own. In England. American of 

Jesse and Madeline Manchester, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Spencer and Betsey French, at Attleboro. 
American of 

Elihu and Hannah Champlain, formerly of 
Warren, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Crocker, 

James, of Warren, and Abby Luther, daugh- 
ter of Samuel, of arid at Swanzey. Amer- 
ican of 

Rebecca, daughter of John, dec, Esq., and 
William Holt, at Newport. American of 

Calvin, 2d, of Attleboro, and Mary Sheper- 
son, of and at Cumberland. American of 

Charles and Elizabeth P. Smith, at' Sharon, 
Mass., 

Sophia, daughter of late Grey, Esq., and Wil- 
liam Pitt Cleveland, Esq., Attorney at 
Law, both of New London, at New York. 
American of 

Willard, of Attleboro, and Harriet Harding, 
of and at Mansfield, by Rev. Mr. Briggs, 

Rebecca, daughter of Edward, and Willard 
Robinson, at Attleboro, 

Mary Ann and Anthony Rowe, at Mylor 
Church. The groom had both hands shot 
off last July at the King's Coronation an- 
niversary, in Halifax, 



April 12, 1 83 1 

April 18, 1 83 1 
May 17, 1831 
May 20, 1 83 1 

June 10, 1831 
Oct. 24, 1 83 1 

Aug. 27, 1824 

Sept. 25, 1829 

Jan. 5, 1816 
March 4, 1818 
Dec. 14, [819 

Nov. 7, 1822 

Jan. 13, 1824 

March 26, 1824 

Sept. 17, 1824 

April 12, 1825 

June 7, 1825 

July 7, 1825 

Nov. 25, 1825 

May 17, 1828 



RHODE. ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 



283 



RICHARDS Augustus H., Esq , of Philadelphia, 

and Rebecca McLean, daughter of Hon. 

John, the Postmaster General, at Wash- 
ington, D. C. American of 
RICHARD Mary and Jonathan Tucker, Jr., of 

Saco, Me., at Wiscassett, Me. American 

of 
RICHARDS J. D. and Mrs. Augusta Maria 

Thayer, at Boston. American of 
RICHARDSON Mary and Olney Potter, at 

Glocester, 
Abigail Hammond, daughter of Jacob, Esq., 

and Col. Joseph Boss, at Newport, by 

Rev. Dr. Patten, 
Jerusha and Thomas Wright, both of Wo- 

burn, Mass., in this town, 
Dr. William, of Smithfield, and Mary Almy, 

daughter of the late Job, of and at New- 
port, by Rev. Mr. Gibson, 
Eleanor and Christopher Weyersdale Town- 
ley, jouneyman potter, both of Carlisle, at 

Gretna Green, Eng. [Scot.]. This is the 

fourth bride he has led to the altar in 2 y. 

and 3m. American of 
Mrs Elizabeth and WilHara P. Almy, at New- 

poi t. American of 
Nancy and Isaac S. Shaw, both of Mansfield, 

Mass , at Barrington, by Rev. Mr. Wright, 
Sarah, of Medway, and Rev. Alvin Bond, of 

Sturbridge, Mass., at Medway, by Rev. Mr. 

Bailey, 
Mrs. Mary and Theophilus Easton, both of 

and at Foster. American of 
Abby, of Newport, and Daniel Sullings, of 

New Bedford, at Newport. American of 
Amey and Halsey Sweelland, both of North 

Providence, at Pawtucket. American of 
Elizabeth and Otis Dudley, merchant, of 

Harper's Ferry, Va,, at Uxbridge, Mass. 

American of 
Fanny, of Smithfield, and Jesse Jackson of 

Sutton, Mass., at Smithfield. American of 
Ruth and Elisha O. Angell, both of North 

Providence, at Olneyville, by Rev. Mr. 

Cheney, 
John S., Jr., Esq., of Charleston, S. C , and 

Sophia Hyatt, daughter of late Capt. 

Charles L., at Providence, by Rfev. Dr. 

Crocker, 
Origin D., Esq., of Pontiac, and Sarah P. 

Hill, at Smithfield, by Thomas Mann, Esq., 



Jan. 30, 1829 

March 2, 1830 

June 30, 1829 

Dec. 25, 1808 

June 8, 1809 
Jan. 13, 1812 

May 4, 181S 



June 14, 1816 
Oct. 20, 1820 
Nov. 2, 1820 

April 25, 1821 

June II, 1822 

Jan. 7, 1823 

March 23, 1824 

Aug. 26, 1825 
Oct. 14, 1825 

Oct. 4, 1826 

April 9, 1827 
July 24, 1828 



284 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

RICHARDSON Harriet Marid, of Cambridge, 

and George W. Randall of Stow, at Cam- 
bridge. American of Jan. 19, 1830 
Robert, Jr., of Boston, merchant, and Lucre- 

tia Sharp, of and at Dorchester. American 

of Aug. 3. 1830 

Sophia S. and John Clemmons, at Walpole. 

American of May 17, 183 1 

Elizabeth and Capt. Robert Smith, at Salem. 

American of June3, 1831 

Thomas A., of Providence, and Mary T. 

Remington, of and at Newport, Dec. 8, 1831 

RICHMOND Charles, merchant, and Sally 

Crocker, both of and at Taunton, by Rev. 

John Pipon, March 13, 1809 

Peter Otis and Elizabeth Bours, daughter of 

John, Esq., of Newport, in this town. May i, 1809 

Galen and Eliza Wheeler, daughter of the 

late Bennett, Esq., of this town, at Bristol, 

by Rev. Mr, Wight, Aug. 28, 1809 

Arault, of this town, and Clarinda Ware, 

of and at Dighton, by Rev. Mr. Gushee, Feb. 10, 1811 

Louisa G., daughter of William, Esq., and 

Rev. John L. Blake, both of and at this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Williams, June 24, 1814 

Horace, formerly of Providence, and Eliza 

Waldron, of and at Canandaigua, N. Y., Oct. 4, 1814 

George A. and Mira Leavens, eldest daugh- 
ter of Jedediah, both of and at Pomfret, 

by Rev. Mr. Porter, Dec. i, 1814 

Bebe M., of this town, and Rev. Preserved 

Smith, of Warwick, Mass., at this town, by 

Rev. Mr. Blake, May 18, 181 5 

Franklin and Elizabeth Cory, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, June 2, 1817 

.Barton, of Nashville, Tenn., and Deborah 

Briggs, daughter of Job, Esq., of and at 

Little Compton, by Rev. Mase Sheperd. 

American of Nov. 25, 1817 

Nabby and Capt. John Grout, both of and at 

Uxbridge, by Rev. Mr. Judson. American 

of , Jan. 20, 1818 

Clarrissa, late of Little Compton, and James 

Donaldson, of and at Nashville, Tenn, Aug. 18, 1818 

Perez, of Harrington, and Harriet Kelley, of 

and at Warren. American of Dec. 8, 1818 

Bezer and Rebecca Williams, both of Taun- 
ton, at Middleboro. American of May 11, 1821 
Francis, of Taunton, and Martha B. Phillips, 

daughter of late Capt. James, of and at 

Newport. American of Oct. 26, 1821 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 285 

RICHMOND Danforth, of Ashford, and Clarrissa 
Danforth, the female preacher, at« Spring- 
field, Vt. American of Jan. 22, 1822 

Gilbert and Elizabeth .L,iscomb, both of and 

at Bristol. American of April 16, 1822 

Lusannah, second daughter of William, 2d, 
and Charles F. Tillinghast, Esq , attorney 
at law, both of a.id at Providence, by l^ev. 
Mr. Wilson, May 15, 1822 

Rev. William, of Bloomingdale, N. Y., for- 
merly of Providence, and Christiana Bick- 
han Neill, only daughter of Lewis, Esq., 
of and at Philadelphia, by Rev. Bishop 
White, July 28, 1823 

Isaac B., of Savannah, Ga., and Abigail Brown, 

of and at Little Compton. American of Oct. 3, 1823 

Isaac B., of Savannah, and Abigail Brown, of 

and at Little Compton. American of Oct. 17, 1823 

Hannah M. and Samuel M. Tripp, of Fair- 
haven,, at Middleboro. American of Jan. 9, 1824 

Levina and James Durick, both of and at 

Wellington. American of Jan. 16, 1824 

Emma Ann and John G. Quarman, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 18, 1824 

Anna Talbot, daughter of William, of Provi- 
dence, and Asa Fairbanks, of Franklin, 
Mass., at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 
American of Sept. 25, 1825 

Charles, Esq., and Sarah W. Fales, at Taun- 
ton. American of March 7, 1826 

John C. and Louisa Jenckes, daughter of 
Benjamin, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Tobey, Dec. 6, 1826 

Eliza and Samuel Rawson, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Aug. 22, 1827 

Mary W. and Alpheus B. Peirce, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, May 14, 1828 

Harriet, daughter of late Dr. Benjamin, of 
Little Compton, and Joseph H." Johnson, 
of and at Nashville, Tenn., Jan. 8, 1829 

Rowena T., daughter of Dr. Thomas, and 
William Sisson, of Fall River, at West- 
port. American of Jan. 13, 1829 

Maria, daughter of Galen, and Rev. Nathaniel 
Wright, pastor of Dniversalist Church, 
Attleboro, Sept. 6, 1830 

Nathaniel.and Catharine Faisneau, daughter 
of E. P., at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Choules. 
American of Sept. 7, 1830 



286 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



RICHMOND Sarah Thomas, daughter of Lemuel 
C, and Joseph Mettalf Brown, all of and at 
Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Bristed, 
George M. and Anna Eddy, youngest daugh- 
ter of Judge Eddy, at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Edes, 

RICKHARD Alfred and Rebecca T. Carpen- 
ter, b(jth of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, 

RICKSTON Capt. Gideon and Eveline Perry, 
daughter of late Col. James, of Newport, 
at Wilmington, N. C. American of 

RIDDLE Sarah L. and William H. S. Smith, 
both of the Theatre, at Boston, 

RIDER Luther, merchant, and Polly Peck, 
youngest daughter of Major Samuel, both 
of and at Coventry, 
Mrs. Jane, daughter of Alanson Peckham, 
Esq., of Middletown, and David Wyatt, at 
Newport American of 
Phebe, of Middletown, djiughter of the late 
William, and William Belcher, of South 
Kingstown, at Newport. American of 
Jerusha and William Lapham, both of and at 

Pawtucket. American of 
William and Amanda Deans, at Bozrah, Ct. 

American of 
Capt Benjamin, of Coventry, and Phebe 
Alexson, of and at Cumberland. American 
of 
Sabrina A., daughter of Elijah, of Provi- 
dence, and William Thurston Butts, of 
Newport, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wa- 
terman, 

RIDGE John of the Cherokee Nation, late of the 
Foreign Mission School, and Sally B. Nor- 
thup, daughter of John P., at Cornwall, Ct. 
American of 

RIDGLEY Capt. Charles G., U. S. Navy, and 
Cornelia Louisiana Livingston, daughter 
of Robert L., Esq.. of Clermont, in New 
York. American of 

RILEY William and Mary Hill, second daughter 
of Christopher, in this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, 
James and Sally Cornell, both of and at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Baker. American of 

RING Hannah and Pardon Newell, both of 
Smithfield, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering, 



May 2, 1831 

Aug. IS, 1 83 1 

March 10, 1828 

Aug. 12, 1825 
March 28, 1829 

Aug. 9, 1 818 

Oct. 27, 1820 

Nov. 10, 1820 

Aug. 10, 1 82 1 

Jan. 6, 1824 

Jan. 4, 1828 
April 3, 1828 
Feb. 17, 1824 

Dec. 7, 1822 

May 28, 1809 
Aug. 10, 1 8 19 

March 3, 1824 



RHODE ISLAND AMEKICAN— MARRIAGES 



287 



RING John and Edith Cox, at Newport. Ameri- 
ca n of 
RIPLEY Maria C and Rev. Benjamin F. Earns- 
worth, Preceptor of Bridgewater Academy, 
at Boston. American ot 

Thomas and Salome Dickenson, at West-' 
hampton. American of 

Dr. John H. and Eliza Spaulding, at Wind- 
ham, Ct. American of 

James M., merchant, and Ruth L. Hunting- 
ton, daughter of Charles P., Esq., at Nor- 
wich, Ct. American of 

James L. and Ruth L. Huntington, at Nor- 
wich, American of 

Lysander and Mary Soiile, at East Bridge- 
water. American of 
RITCHIE Ann and Samuel William Henry 
Lisle, of the Medical Department, both of 
Quebec, Canada, at Chaniplain, N. Y. 



American of 
Andrew, Esq., and 
daughter of Hon. 
of and at Boston. 
RIVERS Thomas, Esq 



Sophia Harrison Otis, 
Harrison G. Otis, both 
American of 
Attorney at Law, for- 
merly of Charleston, S. C., and Mary 
Wheaton, daughter of Seth, Esq., both of 
and at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
ROADRICK Mary Ann and Albert Harrington, 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Waterman, 
ROBBINS Capt. Benjamin W., of this town, and 
Rebecca Wheeler, of Barre, Mass.," in this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

John N., of New York, and Clarrissa A. 
Gano, daughter of Rev. Dr. Gano, of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pitman, 

Rev. Francis L., of F^nfield, Ct., and Mrs. 
Prescilla Alden, of and at Fairhaven, Mass. 
American of 

Martha and John Cumraings, at Wrentham, 
by Rev. Mr. Fiske, 

Mary, daughter ot Hon. Edward H., and 
Joseph W. Revere, Esq., of Boston, at 
Milton, Mass. American of 

Charles and Prescilla Bucklin Jenckes, both 
of and at Providence, at St. John's Church, 
by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 

Anna Maria, daughter of Asher, Esq , and 
Joseph W. Eddy, at Newport. American of' 

Milla and Nahum Dean, at South Bridge- 
water. American of 



Oct. 3, 1826 

Aug. 14, 1821 

' Oct. 23, 1829 

Oct. 30, 1829 

June 15, 1830 

June 22, 1830 

March 11, 1831 

Nov. 20,1818 
Dec. 12, 1823 

Nov. 23, 1813 
Oct. 22, 1828 

Jan. 16, 1815 

March 16, 1 81 8 

June 26, 1818 
Dec. 8, 1820 

April 20, 1821 

May 10, 1821 
May 10, 1822 
Feb. 20, 1824 



288" VITAL KECORt) OF RHODE ISLAND 

ROBBINS Sophia L., daughter of Asher, Esq., 
of Newport, and William Little, Jr., Esq., 
of Boston, at Newport, 'June 13, 1824 

Juliet A., daughter of Asher, of Newport, 
and Frederick H. Goodwin, of Plymouth, 
Mass., at Newport, by Rev. Dr. Patten; Oct. 11, 1824 

Isaac and Ruth Wellington, of and at Water- 
town, Me. American of July i, 1825 

Jacob, of Lowell, and Nancy Peirce Harts- 
horn, at Boston. American of May 28, 1830 

Adeline Augusta and Azro Turner, at Bos- 
ton. American of April 27, 1831 

Mrs. Clarissa A., of Providence, and James 
Ludlow, of New York, at East Windsor, 
Ct., by Rev. G. Robbins, ■ Aug. 17, 1831 

ROBERTS Hon. Jonathan, U. S. Senator from 
Pennsylvania, and Elizabeth Bushby, 
daughter of the late — — • — -^, at Washing- 
ton, April 21, 1814 

Dutee, of Providence, and Mrs. Abigail 
Humphreys, of and at Pawtuxet, by Rev. 
Mr. Jacobs, June 29, 1817 

Mary Ann, of Smithfield, and John Searle, 
Jr., of Providence, at Smithfield. Amer- 
ican of Oct. 15, 18 19 

Samuel and Polly Conkright, after a court- 
ship of 5 minutes, at Bath, N. Y. Amer- 
ican of Aug. I, 1820 

Susan and Olney Williams, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Aug. 4, 1822 

Lucy, daughter of Capt. Dutee, of Provi- 
dence, and Benjamin Gridley, of Boston, at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, April 20, 1824 

Martha J., daughter of Capt. Dutee, and Al- 
vin O.' Read, of Pawtucket, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Pickering, March 2, 1826 

Louisa, youngest daughter of Capt. Dutee, 
of Providence, and Henry Jerrauld, of See- 
konk, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Picker- 
ing, June 17, 1827 

Nancy and Joseph Devott, at Boston. Amer- 
ican of May 21, 1830 

Sarah Ann D. and Samuel Bailey, at Boston. 

American of Aug. 30, 1830 

Mark and Sarah Wiggin, at Strotham, N. H. 
The bride's grandmother was present, aged 
100 years. No one in the town could recol- 
lect when her second marriage took place, 
75 years ago. American of Jan. 8, 1833 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



289 



ROBERTSON Rev. John I., of New York, and 
Julia A. Henshaw, of and at Middlebury, 
Vt., by Bishop Griswold, 

Thomas Boiling, Governor of Louisiana, and 

Miss Skipworth, eldest daughter 

of Fulwar, Esq., at Baton Rouge. Amer- 
ican of 

Abigail and Capt. Scott Keith, at East Bridge- 
water, Mass. American of 

David H., Esq., merchant, of New York, and 

Myra M. I. Almy, of and at New Bedford, 

ROBEY Manchester and Christopher Gifford, at 

Little Compton. American of 
ROBINSON Otis and Sarah Raymond, daugh- 
ter of Ephraim, Esq., of and at Norton, 
Mass. American of 

Benjamin and Hope Pitts, in this town, 

Mary and Squire Lovett, both of Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Hannah and Barzillai Hall, both of Raynham, 
Mass., in this town, 

Preserved, formerly of Attleboro, and Betsey 
Gillis, daughter of Jotham, Esq., of Goff- 
ston, N. H., at Bedford, N. H. American 
of 

Richard and Ann Holmes, daughter of late 
Joseph, of Attleboro, 

Mrs. Lydia, eldest daughter of Thomas 
Jenckes, Esq., of Smithfield, at New Leb- 
anon, N. Y. American of 

Benjamin and Maria Pitts, both of and at this 
town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

William Everett, of Hallowell, Me., and Eme- 
line Titus, of Attleboro, Mass., at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Blake, 

Ann, daughter of James, of Newport, and 
Richard H. Ashley, of Stockbridge, Mass., 
Editor of Berkshire Star, at Newport. 
American of 

Mary G. and John Mackay, Jr., both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Benjamin and Mary Cairns, both of Provi- 
dence at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pitman, 

Abby, daughter of William, of New York, 
and Major Joseph H. Peirce, of Boston, at 
Newport. American of 

William, formerly of Providence, and Lydia 
Warner, of and at Glen's Falls, N. Y., by 
Rev. Mr. Griswold. American of 

Susan B. and Samuel P. Laud, Esq., at Dor- 
chester, Mass. American of 



June 10, 1821 

May 22, 1 82 1 

April 9, 1824 

Jan. II, 1825 

April 16, 1821 

July 27, 1810 
Jan. 29, 181 1 

Jan. 22, 1812 

Oct. 13, 1813 

Jan. II, 1814 
Dec. I, 1814 

March 10, 1815 
Dec. 14, 1815 

April 10, 1 816 

June 4, 1816 

Dec. 10, 1 816 

Nov. 8, 1818 

Aug. 27, 1 8 19 

July 25, 1820 
Jan. 19, 1821 



290 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



ROBINSON Kilborn G., of Boston, and Harriet 
D. Mason, of and at Attleboro. American of 

Stephen A., of Newport, and Sarah H. Pot- 
ter, daughter of Jeremiah, of and at North 
Kingstown. American of 
[Note — Think this should read " South " 
instead of " North "—J. N. A.J 

Dan, of Pawtucket, and Mrs. Sally Bartlett, 
of and at Smithfield. American of 

Sylvester, of South Kingstown, and Eliza 
Noyes, daughter of Major Joseph, at West- 
erly, 

Lydia, of Rehoboth, and Willington Kent, of 
Seekonk, at Rehoboth. American of 

Hannah S., daughter of Col. Obed, and Virgil 
Blackington, at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. 
Kilham, 

A. W., daughter of late Capt. Thomas, and 
Lieut. William T. Rogers, U. S. Navy, 
both of and at New York American of 

Abiel and Bathsheba W. I^eonard, both of 
Raynham. American of 

Ann K. and Elisha C. Luther, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, 

Maria, daughter of Capt. George, of Paw- 
tucket, and Benjamin Linkfield, at Rich- 
mond. American of 

Caroline F. and Ethan Bowen, both of and 
at North Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, 

Julia and Nathaniel Dean, at Raynham, Mass., 

Willard and Rebecca Richards, daughter of 
Edward, at Attleboro, 

Dr. Horatio, of New Sdoreham. and Mary 
Ann Robinson, daughter of Dr. William, 
at Stonlngton, Ct. American of 

Mary Ann, daughter of Dr. William, and Dr. 
Horatio Robinson, of New Shoreham, at 
Stonington, Ct. American of 

Norman, of Providence, and Margaret Bar- 
stow, daughter of Joshua, of and at Pres- 
ton, Ct. American of 

George and Nancy Wood, both of Pawtuxet, 
at Berlin, Ct. American of 

William Champlain, and Abby Brown Shaw, 
daughter of Josiah C, both of and at New- 
port, by Rev. Dr. Patten, 

Maria, daughter of James R., of Lisbon, Ct., 
and Capt. John Rice, of Providence, at 
Lisbon, by Rev. Mr. Lee, 

Samuel S. , of Providence, and Esther Slocum, 
of and at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Westcott, 



Sept. 7. 1 82 1 
Feb. 26, 1822 

May 7, 1822 

Oct. I, 1822 
May 20, 1823 

Oct. 8, 1823 

Nov. 25, 1823 

Jan. 16, 1824 

March 29, 1824 

June 25, 1824 

Dec. 29, 1824 
Oct. 27, 1825 

Nov. 25, 1825 

Oct. 24, 1826 

Oct. 24, 1826 

Dec. S, 1826 
Feb. 9, 1827 

July 23, 1827 

Nov. 25, 1827 
April 27, [828 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



291 



ROBINSON Rufus, Esq., and Mrs. Nancy An- 
gel], both of and at Douglass, Mass., by 
Rev. David Holman, 

William A., of South Kingstown, and Dorcas 
B. Hadwen, of and at Providence, at the 
Friends' Meeting House, 

Mary Ann and John Young, both of and at 
Newport, by Rev. Mr. Norris, 

Dr. Josiah W. and Dorcas Greene, daughter 
of Henry R., both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Church, 

Patience and Oliver Chace, at the Friends' 
Meeting House, Fall River, 

Margaret B. and Thomas F. Donnell, at 
Bath. American of 

Stelliann and Willard A. Handy, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

Gen. Joshua, soldier of the Revolution, 83, 
and Chloe Blakeley, aged 45, at Hampton, 
Ct. American of 

Mrs. Eliza and Edward S. Rhodes, at Smith- 
field, by Thomas Mann, Esq. American 
of 

Anne A., daughter of James, and Samuel A. 
Chace, of New Market, at South Kings- 
town, at the Friends' Meeting House. 
American of 

Emeline and Rev. Samuel Kelley, at Ports- 
mouth. American of 

James and Lydia B. Tilden, at Brookline. 
American of 

Edward, of Providence, and Susan D. Bowen, 
daughter of Col. John, of and at Coventry, 
by Rev. Mr. Stone, 

Russell, of Attleboro, and Almira Sweet, of 
and at Pawtucket. American of 

Mary Jane, daughter of Samuel, and Robert 
D. Owen, of New Harmony, at New York. 
American of 
ROCHE Rev. Manning B., of Philadelphia, and 
Sarah E. Howard, eldest daughter of 
Henry, of and at New York. American of 

William, Esq., of New Bedford, and Lydia 
Scott, of and at North Providence, 
ROCKWELL Mrs. Sarah O., daughter of the 
late Capt. James Finch, of Newport, and 
King Pearce, of Montreal, at Newport. 
American of 

Alonzo, M. D., of Montrillo, Ct., and Isabella 
T. Woodward, of Providence, at Salem, 



Aug. S, 1828 

Nov. 13, 1828 
March 15, 1829 

April 29, 1829 

Sept. 9, 1829 

Nov. 20, 1829 

Nov. 23, 1829 

Jan. 5, 1830 

June 22, 1830 

Aug. 13, 1830 

Aug. 17, 1830 

Dec. 7, 1830 

March 8, 1831 
April 15, 1 83 1 

April 27, 1832 

July 2, 1824 
April 26, 1829 

March 30, 1821 
Jan. 29, 1827 



292 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

ROCKWELL Peter B., Esq., of Macon, Ga., and 

Cynthia Y. Simmons, dayghter of late 

Thomas, of Providence, at Macon, by Rev. 

Mr. Stiles, May 30, 1827 

Caroline Augusta and William Lawrence, at 

Colebrook, Ct. American of Aug. 27, 1830 

RODMAN John and Rebecca Peckham, daugh- 
ter of Thomas, Esq., at Newport, by Rev. 
Mr. Dehon. American of July 11, J809 

Capt. William and Miss Lydia Bishop, both 

of this town, married by Rev. Dr. Gano, June 10, 1810 

Eliza, daughter of the late Capt. William, and 
Charles Potter, merchant, in this town, by 
Rev. Dr. Crocker, June 7, 1813 

Ann, daughter of the late Capt. William, and 
Charles H. Russell, merchant, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, April 13, 1818 
Samuel, Jr., Esq., of Newport, merchant, and 
Hannah H. Prior, eldest daughter of Ed- 
mund, of and at Cow Neck, L. L, at the 
Friends' Meeting House, Nov. 2, 1819 
Lydia, daughter of Samuel, of New Bedford, 
and Micah H. Ruggles.of Rochester, Mass., 
at New Bedford, at the Friends' Meeting 
House, April 10, 1823 
Sarah Ann, of Cumberland, and Richard 

Young, of and at Smithfield. American of Oct. 28, 1823 
Benjamin G. and Ann Taber, daughter of 
late Joseph, of Middletown, at Newport. 
American of May 31, 1825 

William Henry, of Philadelphia, merchant, 
and Mary W. Searle, second daughter of 
Nathaniel, Esq., of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Crocker, May 24, 1 83 1 

RODNEY Eliza, second daughter of late Ceazer 
A. Esq., and John Eschenburg, Esq., of 
Germany, merchant, at Buenos Ayres, June 2, 1824 

Mary, daughter of late Ceaser A., U. S. Min- 
ister to Buenos Ayres, and Rev. Theophi- 
lus Parvin, of said place, at Philadelphia, Jan. 6, 1826 

ROEBUCK Jane and James Cooper, at Vevay, 
Ind. They separated the same day. 
American of Jan. 18, 1833 

ROFFEE Christopher and Mary Ann Dickens, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, July 12, 1818 

Caleb, of Providence, and Alice C. Smith, of 
Newport, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, July 19, 1819 
ROGERS Martha and William Savory, both of 

Bradford, Mass., in this town, May 19, 181 1 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 293 

ROGERS Frances, daughter of the late John, 
and Samuel G. Arnold, Esq., both of this 
town, Sept. 28, 1 8 13 

Robert, Jr., Esq., of Newport, merchant, and 
Maria DeWolfe, second daughter of Will- 
iam, of and at Hristol, by Rev. Mr. Wight, Dec. 27, 1814 

George W., Esq., master commander U. S. 
Navy, and Ann M. Perry, daughter of 
Christopher R., Esq., of Newport, at New 
York, by Rev. Dr. Bowen. American of July 11, 1815 

Henry, editor National .(Egis, and Betsey 
Blair, daughter of Capt. James, at Worces- 
ter, Mass. American of Dec. 9, 1817 

Benjamin Woolsey, Esq., of New York, and 
Catharine Cecelia Langdon El win, eldest 
daughter of the late Thomas Langdon El- 
win, Esq., of Portsmouth, N. H., at Phila- 
delphia. American of Feb. 16, 1819 

John and Ann Manchester, daughter of 
Thomas, both of Middletown, at Newport. 
American of March 12, 18 19 

Sarah Ann, daughter of Joseph, of Middle- 
town, and Richard Sherman, Jr., of Ports- 
mouth, at Newport. American of Oct. i, 181.9 

Lydia, of Lyme, Ct., and John Henry, of 

Providence, at Lyme, Aug. 16, 1820 

Charles and Sarah Thompson, at East 

Bridgewater. American of Oct. S, 1821 

Joseph, merchant, and Eliza Brown Gano, 
youngest daughter of Rev. Stephen, both 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Nov. 7, 1821 

William T., editor of Democrat and Farmer's 
Gazette, and Sophia Pugh, at Doyleston, 
Penn. American of Feb. 26, 1822 

Eliza, daughter of late John, Esq , and Sam- 
uel Nightingale, Esq., both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, May 20, 1822 

Solomon, of Smithfield, and Mary Fletcher, 

of and at Pawtucket. American of June 28, 1822 

Nehemiah E. and Lydia H. Tillinghast, 
daughter of late Joseph, both of and at 
Providence, at the Methodist Chapel, by 
Rev. Mr. Merritt, Oct. 10, 1822 

Lieut. William T., U. S. Navy, and A. W. 
Robinson, daughter of late Capt. Thomas, 
both of and at New York. American of Nov. 25, 1823 

Polly Y. and William Bason, both of and at 

Pawtucket. American of Dec. 9, 1823 

Sarah Ann, daughter of Rev. Dr. William, 
who also married them, and William Henry 
DeWolfe, Esq., of Bristol, at Philadelphia, Dec. 18, 1823 



294 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



ROGERS Mary, daughter of late John, Esq., of 

Baskenridge, N. J., and William Isaacs, 

son of late Ralph, of New Haven, at New 

York. American of Feb. i8, 1825 

Harriet, daughter of the late Elias, and 

Charles Cozzens, both of and at Newport, 

by Rev. Mr. Mudge, July 30, 1826 

William H. and Lydia Mathewson, both of 

Warren, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Sea- 
mans, Oct. 23, 1826 
Abby N. and Elisha Graves, both of War- 
wick, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Seamans, Feb. 4, 1827 
Horatio and Susan Curtis, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Oct. 24, 1827 

Lloyd N., Esq., of Maryland, and Hortensia 

Munro Hay, daughter of George, Esq , U. 

S. Judge for Eastern District of Virginia, 

at Oak Hill, the residence of Ex-President 

Munroe, in Loredoren Co., Va., by Rev. 

Mr. Jackson, July 5, 1829 

Nathan, of Holden, and Sarah Blair, daugh- 
ter of Capt. Robert, at Worcester, by Rev. 

Mr. Miller, Sept. 16, 1829 

Thomas G. and Ann Taggart, daughter of 

Judge William, both of Middletown, at 

Newport, by Rev. Mr. Choules, March 7, 183 1 

William E. T., editor of the Glocester Tele- 
graph, and Ann S. Collins, at Glocester, 

Mass. American of Aug. 12, 1831 

Lydia and Ichabod D. Edwards, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pattison, Sept. 9, 1832 

R0GP:RS0N Robert and Minerva Ann Buck- 

lin, late of Pawtucket, at this town, Jan. 21, 18 10 

ROLANDS John T. and Ann Watkins, at New 

York. American of Aug. 21, 1829 

ROLAFF Elizabeth Steele and JohnGrove Hales, 

at Boston. American of Jan. 5, 1821 

ROOD Lucy, of Killingly, Ct., and Wyllys 

Ames, of Providence, at Killingly, by Rev. 

Mr. Whitmore, Nov. 29, 1827 

ROOT Samuel A. and Hepsabeth Trocher, at 

Hartford. American of Oct. 16, 1829 

ROPER George and Anna Sharpe, daughter of 

the late Peter, of Four Mile Creek, at 

Richmond, Va., by Rev. John Lindsay, June 11, 181 1 

ROPES Sarah and Capt. William H. Neal, at 

Salem. American of Nov. 26, 1829 

ROSP: Mr. and Miss Lilly. American of Oct. 27, 1809 

Bathsheba and Jeremiah Hill, both of New- 
port, by Rev. Dr. Gano. American of June 21, 1814 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 295 

ROSE Thankful and Samuel Thurber, Jr., both 
of this town, at South Kingstown. Ameri- 
can of April 4, i8iS 

Edward, of Wellington, Mass., and Nancy 
Thayer, daughter of Edward, of Conway, 
Mass., at Bristol, R. I., by Rev. Mr. Wight, Oct. 27, 1816 

William, son of Thomas, and Maria Clarke, 
daughter of the late Joshua, at New Shore- 
ham. American of Sept. k, 1818 

Maria and John Rutledge, Jr., Esq., at 
Charleston, S. C. American of Feb. 19, 18(9 

James, Esq., and Julia Rutledge, daughter of 
the General, at Charleston, S. C, by 
Bishop Bowen. American of June 11, 1819 

Levi, of North Providence, and Sarah 
Mowry, of Johnston, at North Providence. 
American of Nov. 16, 1821 

Thomas, Jr., of Wellington, and Mercy 

Blake, of and at Tauntcn. American of Dec. 3, 1822 

Harriet P., daughter of late Joseph, planter, 
at Antigua, and John C. Lee, of Boston, 
merchant, at Worcester, by Rev, Dr. Ban- 
croft, July 29, 1826 
ROSS Lovey and Jeremiah Olney Arnold, both 
of North Providence, at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Taft. American of Aug. 7, 1821 

Jonah, of Cumberland, and Lucy Jepherson, 

of and at Douglass, Dec. 5, 1822 

Thankful and Luther Jones, both of Smith- 
field, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Washburn, May 29, 183 1 
ROSSARIO Johanna and John P>ancis Wohl- 
fahrt, of Surinam, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Tobey, June 13, 1828 

ROSSITER Nathaniel, Esq., high sheriff New 
Haven Co., Ct., and Mrs. Abby Olney, 
daughter of the late Col. Knight Dexter, ot 
this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Dec. 10, 1815 

W. S , Esq., cashier of the Eagle Bank, New 
Haven, and Hannah Murdock, at Schenec- 
tady, N. Y. American of Nov. 2, 1824 
ROSSETER Mrs. Abby, of Richmond, Mass., 
and Dr. Jotham Sexton, of Little Comp- 
ton, at New York. American of Nov. 29, 1825 
ROTCH Lydia, daughter of William, and Will- 
iam Dean, of Salem, at New Bedford. 
American of Oct. i, 181 1 

Joseph, of New Bedford, and Ann Smith, 
daughter of James, merchant, of and at 
Philadelphia. American of June 10, 1814 



296 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



ROTCH Anne, daughter of the late Capt. Joseph, 
and Francis Rotch, Esq., at New Bedford. 
American of 

Francis, Esq., and Anne Rotch, daughter of 
the late Capt. Joseph, at New Bedford. 
American of 

William R , Esq., of New Bedford, and Car- 
oline Stockton, daughter of Hon, Richard, 
Esq., of Prmceton, N. J., at New York, 

Mary R., daughter of William, Jr., Esq., and 
J. W. C. Fleming, at New Bedford, 

Eliza, daughter of Benjamin, Esq , of Lon- 
don, and John Farrar, Professor of Mathe- 
matics and Natural History in Harvard 
University, at New Bedford. American of 
ROUND Mary, of Rehoboth, and Thomas Wil- 
liams, of Pawtucket, at Attleboro, by Rev. 
Mr. Holmes, 

Nathaniel, of Bristol, and Hannah Abbott, 
of and at Ashford, Ct. American of 

Sally, of Bristol, and Capt. Martin Brown, of 
Barrington, at Bristol, 

Sarah and Stephen Burr, both of and at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 

Emmorance and Joseph Walker, of Welling- 
ton, Mass., both of and at Rehoboth. 
American of 

Cynthia and John Davis, 2d, both of and at 
Rehoboth, by Lemuel Morse, Esq., 
ROUNDS John and Rona Newman, both of and 
at Rehoboth, by Justice Martin. Ameri- 
can of 

Sally, daughter of James, and William P. 
Seemans, at Rehoboth, 

Frances and William D. Fenno, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, 

Almira, of Barrington, and Capt. John Allen, 
of Baltimore, at Barrington, by Rev. Mr. 
Woods, 

Elizabeth P. and Arthur P. Brown, both of 
Providence, at Warren. American of 

Eliza and Joseph Cole, both of and at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Isaac Chace, 

Henry C, of Warren, and Mary Ann Pence, 
of Barrington, at Warren, by Rev. Mr. 
Rexford, 

Lavina P. and Capt. Samuel Haskins, both 
of and at Taunton. American of 

Betsey and Barton Manchester, at Warren, 
by Rev. Mr. Rexford, 



Jan. s, 1816 

Jan. 5, 1816 

July 17, 1820 
Aug. I, 1823 

Oct. 17, 1828 

July 7, 181 1 
Aug. 16, 1814 
Nov. 27, I Si 8 
Nov. 21, 1819 

Aug. 23, 1822 
April 6, 1826 

Sept. 7, 1810 

March 17, 1814 

May 4, 1822 

Aug, 7, 1823 
Oct. 10, 1823 
Aug. 5, 1824 

Nov. 6, 1825 

March 7, 1826 

Oct. 25, 1827 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICANr^-MARRIAGES 



297 



ROUNDS Ann and John Smith Brown, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
Mary B., of Cranston, and John H. Mason, 
of Pawtucket, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering, ' ' 

Spencer, 2d, of Bristol, and Margaret D. Ball, 
daughter of Elijah, of Barrington, at Bris- 
tol. American ot 
ROUS Anne J ulianna, daughter of Lord Rous, 
and Admiral Hotham, at London. Amer- 
ican of 
ROVENELL Paul, of Charleston, and Abigail 
Peirce, daughter of Capt. Benjamin, of 
Newport, at Charleston, S. C, 
ROWE Anthony and Mary Ann Richard, at 
Mylor Church ; the groom had both hands 
shot off last July at the King's Coronation 
anniversary in Halifax, 
ROWLAND William M., Esq., of Augusta, Ga., 
and Clarissa L. Wight, daughter of Rev. 
Henry, D, D., of and at Bristol, by Rev. 
Mr. Wight. American of 
ROWLEY C. R., Esq., third son of Sir W. 
Rowley Burte, of Stoke, and Maria Louisa 
Vanneck, only daughter of Lord Hunting- 
field, of Havingham Hall, at the Having- 
ham Church, Suffolk, Eng. The clerk 
while the ceremony was progressing fell 
down dead between the chancel door and 
communion rails; was 70 years old. Amer- 
ican of 
ROYS Lucinda and Amos R. Huggins, at Bos- 
ton, 
RUFF Lucy and John Miller, at Smithfield, by 

Rev. Mr. Benedict( 
RUGG Salmon and Mary Hammond, only daugh- 
ter of James, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Edes, 
RUGGLES Capt. Spooner and Ruth Vandarm, 
by Rev. Mr. Edes, 
Nathan D. and Mary Taft, at Mendon, Mass. 

American of 
Sophia, daughter of late Benjamm, and Ed- 
ward Phillips, at Newport. American of 
Micah H., of Rochester, Mass., and Lydia 
Rodman, dau'ghter of Samuel, of and at 
New Bedford, at the Friends' M«etmg 

Nathaniel S., Esq.. and Mary L. Phillips, 
daughter of late Capt. James, both of and 
at Newport. American of 



Oct. 16, 1828 
Aug. 4, 1 83 1 

Sept. 27, 1 83 1 
Sept. 6, 1816 

Dec. IS, 1809 

May 17, 1828 
Aug. 30, 1830 



Nov. s, 1830 

March 25, 1831 

Sept. 10, 1820 

June 24, 1 8 10 

Sept. 22, 181 1 

Dec. 21, 1821 

March 28, 1823 

April 10, 1823 
Nov. 4, 1823 



298 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

RUGGLES John, Esq., Speaker of House of Rep- 
resentatives, Maine, and Margaret George, 

at Bangor, Maine. American of June 28, 1825 

Capt. George Benjamin, of Newport, and 

Sarah Brown Mason, daughter of late Hon. 

James B., of and at Providence, Aug. 22, 1825 

Azuba C, daughter of late Benjamin, of New- 
port, and Rev. Joel Worthington Newton, 

Professor in Andover College, Mass., at 

Newport, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, at Trinity 

Church, June 10, 1829 

Harriet and John Holland, at Taunton. 

American of Feb. 15, 1830 

RUMRILL Mary Ann and Frederick H. Man- 
son, at Cambridge, by Rev. Mr. Gannett. 

American of Oct. 9, 1829 

RUM SON William and Anne Paul, after 20 

days' courtship, at Biddeford, Eng. Amer- 

can of July 24, 1827 

RUNNELLS Abby P. and Stephen P. Hines, 

both of Warwick, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, Oct. 16, 1823 

RUSH Elizabeth M. and Henry A. Brewer, at 

Boston. American of April 9, 1830 

RUSH WORTH William S. and Hannah M. 

Sheridan, both of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Baker, Nov. 23, 18 19 

RUSSELL Sarah Taylor, eldest daughter of 

Jeremiah, formerly of this town, and Na- 

hum Goodenow, Esq , at Nobleboro, Me. 

American of April 25, 1809 

Henry, of this town, merchant, and Content 

Wing, of and at Sandwich, married at 

Friends' Meeting House, Sept. 13, 1809 

Amey, daughter ot John, of this town, and 

Anthony Demille, at Kingston, U. C. 

American of Jan. 11, 181 1 

Thomas H. and Ann P. Bosworth, youngest 

daughter of Benjamin, Esq., both of and at 

Bristol, by Rt. Rev. Bishop Griswold, July 8, 1813 

Sarah, daughter of Nathaniel, Esq., and Rev. 

Theodore Dehon, Bishop of South Caro- 
lina, both of and at Charleston, S. C. 

American of Nov. 19, 1813 

Harriet and Stephen B. Jackson, at Mendon. 

American of ' Sept. 2, 1814 

Samuel, of this town, merchant. andJMary 

C. Osborn, of and at New York, by"Rev. 

Dr. Brady, Oct, 6, 181 5 

Hon. Jonathan, late U. S. Minister to Swe- 
den, and Lydia Smith, daughter of Barney, 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 299 

RUSSELL : 

Esq., at Boston, in King's Chapel, by Rev. 

Dr. F"reeman, April 2, 1817 

Charles H., merchant, and Ann Rodman, 
daughter of the late Capt. William, at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, April 13, 1818 

Ann B. and Hon. Joseph Rawson, both of 
and at Bristol, by Rev. Bishop Griswold, May 31, T819 

Joseph and Lorano Spauldipg, eldest daugh- 
ter of Reuben, Esq., at Pomfret, Ct. Amer- 
ican of June 23, 1820 

Eliza and Nathaniel Wilbur, both of and at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Dec. 17, 1820 

Merebah, eldest daughter of Seth, of New 
Bedford, and Cyrus R. Keith, of Charles- 
ton, S. C, at New Bedford. American of Sept. 17, 1822 

William H. and Mary A. Crapo, only daugh- 
ter of Philip, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Edes, May 6, 1823 

Lawrence J. and Mrs. Harriet L. Moore, 
both of and at Providence. American of May 30, 1823 

Mrs. Betsey, of Marlboro, 63, and Dea. Ben- 
jamin Goddard, 82, by Rev. Joseph Sum- 
ner, 84, at Shrewsbury, Mass. American of Dec. 16, 1823 

Henry and Elizabeth C. Woodnurse, both of 
and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, April 14, 1825 

Wing and Elizabeth Smith, daughter of 
Abraham, Esq., at Friends' Meeting House, 
New Bedford. American of Sept. 16, 1825 

James, printer, and Jane Paull, both of and 

at Philadelphia, Oct. 13, 1825 

Lydia H., daughter of William, Jr., and Will- 
iam H. Fessenden, of Sandwich, at New 
Bedford. American of Nov. 29, 1825 

John, formerly of Providence, and Mary Bab- 
cock, of and at Ameliasburgh, U. C, Dec. 26, 1825 

John H., Esq., of Taunton, and Lydia Macy, 

of and at New Bedford. American of April 14, 1826 

Martha Ann, daughter of Jeremiah, of Noble- 
boro, Maine, formerly of Providence, and 
Joseph Yates, of Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, Nov. 22, 1826 

Rev. Samuel, of Boyleston, Mass., and Mary 
F. Howe, daughter of Rev. Mr. Howe, at 
Hopkinton, Mass. American of Feb. 16, 1827 

Stephen and Phebe Ann Child, at Pawtucket, 
by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Aug, 11, 1828 

Frances M., of Pawtucket, and Ethan M. 
Howland, of Mason, Mass., at Pawtucket, 
by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Oct. 21, 1828 



300 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

RUSSELL Charles and Eliza Abbott, at And- 

over. American of Oct. 13, 1829 

Elizabeth and James Gatt, at Boston. Amer- 
ican of Feb. 9, 1830 
Job, of Dartmouth, and Nancy Drew, of and 

at New Bedford. American of Feb. 23, 1830 

Warren and Mary VVilkins, at Danvers. 

American of May 28, 1830 

Edward, of Dartmouth, and Julia Ann Heart, 

of and at Fall River, by Benjamin An- 
thony, Esq., July II, 1830 
Hannah and John Hammond, at Marblehead. 

American of - , Dec. 17, 1830 

RUTENBURGH Mary, of Providence, and 

Clarke P. Shelton, of Boston, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Nov. 28, 1825 
RUTLEDGE John, Jr., Esq., and Maria Rose, 

at Charleston, S. C. American of Feb. 19, 1819 

Julia, daughter of the General, and James 

Rose, Esq., at Charleston, S. C.,by Bishop 

Bowen. American of , June 11, 1819 

Edward, of South Carolina, and Augusta . 

Shaler, sister to the wife of Com. McDon-. 

ough, at Middletown, Ct. American of Sept. 17, 1819 

Mary, daughter of Major Henry M., of Nashr 

ville, Tenn., and Frantis B. Fogg^ Esq.,' 

attorney at law, formerly of Newport, at 

Nashville. American of Nov. 11, 1823 

RYAN Fanny and John Brown, both of and at 

Newport, by Rev. Mr; Sowle.. American 

of Jan. 12, 1810 

William M. and Ruth W. Keath, both of and 

at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Greene, Feb. 12, 1826 

Ann H. and Caleb Greene, at Boston, by 

Rev. Mr. Streeter, March 25, 183 1 



SABIN Eliza, daughter of John, of this town, 
and Ariel Cooke, of Cumberland, in this 
town, . Sept. 10, 1809 

Angelica, only daughter of the late Capt. , 
James, and Peter Brownell, merchant, both ; 
. of this town, by Rev. Mr. Hill, • April 16, 1811 

Jonathan, of Seekonk, and Julia Louisa 
Feste, only daughter of Alexis, Esq., of 
and at this town, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, , April 13, 181 2 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



301 



SABIN James and Mary Nelson,- in this town, 

by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Sarah D. and Cyrus W. Linsey, in this town, 

by Rev. Dr. Messer, 
Joshua and Mary Ingraham, of and at this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Edes. American of 
Maria, youngest daughter of the late James, 

Esq., of Providence, and Nathaniel Whea- 

ton, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Patience and William Woodward, Jr., both 

of and at Providence, 
Mary, daughter of the late John, of Cumber- 
land, and Dr. Ephraim L. Knapp, formerly 

of Walpole, now of and at Cumberland, by 

Rev. Mr. Potter, 
William and Elizabeth B. Davis, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
Mary, daughter of late Thomas^ Esq., and 

Capt. Samuel Young, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Aldin, 
SABINE Ann, daughter of Rev. Mr. Sabine, 

and Rev. Henry Blackaller, at Boston. 

American of • 

SACKETT Adrian [Adnah], and Ann Short, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, 
Adah and Eliza Adams, both of and at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
SADLER John and Ann Fuller, both of and at 

Attleboro, 
SADDLER Samuel, U. S. Artillery, and Mrs. 

Mary E. Bridles, in this town. American of 
Thomas, of Attleboro, and Sarah Leonard, of 

and at Taunton. American of 
SAFFORD Harriet, eldest daughter of Joseph, 

of Canterbury, Ct., and Charles A. Scho- 

vall, of Columbia, Ct., at Canterbury, by 

Rev. George A. White. American of 
Elizabeth C. and William Plummer, at New- 
bury. American of 
SAGE Eliza R., daughter of Ebenezer, Esq., and 

Lt. Thomas H. Stephens, U. S. Navy, at 

Middletown, Ct., 
Ebenezer, Esq., of Middletown, Ct., and Elec- 

tra Burrell, of and at Northampton, Mass., 
F. W. and Hepsibah C. Howard, daughter of 

late J. C, of and at Boston. American of 
Edward, of Liverpool, England, and Mrs. 

Frances K. H. Snow, of and at Providence. 

American of 



May 26, 1813 

May 22, 1814 

Aug. 22, 1815 

Jan. 29, 1818 
March 14, 1819 

Oct. 24, 18 1 9 
Oct. 16, 1825 

May 18, 1828 

March 9, 1830 

May 28, 1818 
May 2, 1824 
Oct. 31, 1813 
June 10, 1814 
Jan. 18, 1822 

Sept. II, 1829 
April 16, 1830 

Dec. 3, 1815 

May 24, 1820 

Jan. 7, 1823 

Feb. 20, 1824 



302 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

SAGEANT Lucius Manlius, Esq., and Sarah 

Cutler Dunn, at Boston. American of July 22, 1825 

ST. AGN,ON Ann Maria Theresa, of Trinidad, 

and Rev. Richard S. Stearnes, of Salem, at 

Providence. American of Nov. 23, 1821 

ST. ALBANS His Grace, the Duke of, and Mrs. 

Coutts, widow of the banker. She was 

formerly Miss Mellon, of the Theatre, but 

has now an income of ;£'500,000 yearly. 

He is a descendant of Charles II and Elea- 
nor Gwin, and is 30 years younger than his 

bride. By special license. American of Aug 21, 1827 

ST. ANGRE Marie Alexandrine, eldest daugh- 
ter of Durant, officer of the Legion of 

Honor, and Consul General of the United 

States, for France, and Jean Germain 

Samuel Adams Daunery, Esq., Knight of 

the Royal Order of the Legion of Honor, 

and Consul of France for Philadelphia, at 

New York, by Rev. Dr. Power, July i, 1830 

SALISBURY Elizabeth O., youngest daughter 

of the late Joshua, and Norman Eastpn, all 

of this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, April 15, 1811 

Greenleaf and Septimus Lathrop, both of 

this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, May 22, 181 1 

Sally, daughter of Jonathan, Esq., of East 

Greenwich, and Nathan Whiting, Esq., at- 
torney at law, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. 

Thompson, June 11, 181 1 

Cromwell T. and Lydia Peirce, both of and 

at East Greenwich, by Rev. Mr. Rich, May 30, 18 13 

James and Lydia Esleeck, both of and at this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 15, 1814 

Hannah and Poris Aldrich, at Smithfield. 

American of June 7, 1814 

Sally and Luther Cole, both of and at War- 
ren, by Rev. Mr. Hall. American of Sept. 20, 1816 
Sally and George W. Freeman, both of 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker. Ameri- 
can of April 8, 1817 
William and Mary Ann Williams, daughter 

of Putnam, both of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Baker, Sept. 20, 1818 

Elizabeth Kent, of Seekonk, and Joseph 

Beane, of Barrington, at Warren, by Rev. 

Mr. Chessman, ' Oct. i, i8i8 

Daniel, of North- Providence, and Rebecca 

Hopkins, of Seekonk, at Pawtucket, by 

Rev. Mr. Blake. American of Nov. 6, 1818 

Mrs. Penelope and Edmond Sheldon, both of 

and at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Sprague, Jan. 20, 1820 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 



303 



SALISBURY Edward and Mary Child, only 
daughter of Jeremiah, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Baker. American of 

Otis and Mary Perry, of Killingly, at Gloces- 
ter, by David Arnold, Esq. American of 

Charles and Amey Sprague, both of and at 
Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, 

Jesse and Sally Allen, both of and at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, 

John A. and Martha Burdick, both of Attle- 
boro, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, 

Joseph, of Tiverton, and Ruth B Sisson, of 
Portsmouth, at Tiverton. American o'' 

Mary D. and William W. Burr both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Mudge, 

Julia, eldest daughter of Abel, Esq., of Scitu- 
ate, and Ezekiel Angell, of Smithfield, at 
Scituate. American of 

Henry, of Providence, and Amey Brown, of 
North Kingstown, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Mudge, 

Joanna, daughter of Jonathan, and Charles 
Valentine Myrick, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Mudge. American of 

Fanny, of Pawtucket, and Arnold Irons, of 
Providence, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. 
Benedict, 

Susan, of Tiverton, and Joseph Eddy, of 
Providence, at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. 
Cheney, 

Mary, daughter of Caleb, of Warren, and 
Jonathan Bosworth, of Swanzey, at War- 
ren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, 

Jonathan and Phebe Tallman, daughter of 
Col, Benjamin, both of Providence, at 
Swanzey, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 

Charles H. and Rebecca Sisson, daughter of 
Esek S., at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, 

Richard, of Fall River, and Susan Elizabeth 
Ford, at Newport. American of 

Martin L., of Warren, and Susan A. Cottrell, 
at South Kingstown. American of 
SALLA James, of this town, and Martha Harris, 
daughter of Oliver, of and at Cumberland. 
American of 

Samuel and Susan B. Tompkms, at Paw- 
tucket. American of 
SALM The Princess of, widow, and the British 
Duke of Cumberland. He is 43 and she 
40, at Strelitz, Ger., 



March 24, 1820 
Nov. 14, 1820 
Sept. 23, 1 82 1 
June 2, 1822 
June 16, 1822 
July 12, 1822 
Feb. 26, 1824 

April 20, 1824 

Oct. 3, 1824 

Oct. 5, 1824 

June 5, 1825 

June 4, 1826 

March 22, 1827 

June 9, 1827 

Sept. 27, 1827 

May 20, 1 83 1 

Oct. 18, 1831 

Jan. 12, 1813 
April 26, 1825 

Aug. 26, 1814 



304 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

SALMES Sarah, of North Providence, and Wil- 
liam A. Smith, of JVovidence, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, ' , April 12,1829 

SALMS The Princess Dowager of,, and the 
Duke of Cumberland, His Royal High- 
ness, fourth son of the King of England, 
in Germany. American of Aug. i, 1815 

SAMPAYO Alexander T , youngest brother of 
the Baron Teixeira, of Lisbon, and Harriet 
Kent, daughter of the late Nathaniel, Esq., 
of Tulhem, in county.of Middlesex, Eng, 
in England. American of March 28, 1820 

SAMPSON Louisa D. and Richard C. Martin, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, Oct. 24, 1819 

Elizabeth M. and Nelson S. Eddy, at Gloces- 
ter, by Rev. Mr. Rose. American of Nov. 3, 1826 

Eudora R., daughter of Hon. Z , and 

Frances B. Alden, of New Bedford, at 
Plymouth, Mass. American of June 27, 1828 

Mary Wales, daughter of Uriah, Esq., of 
Raynham, and Capt. William Copeland, of 
West Bridgewater, at Raynham, May 21, 1829 

SAMUELS Miss , who has a fortune 

of ;g2,ooo,000, and Mr. Warms, nephew 

of the Banker Rothchild, in England. 

American of Sept. 4, 1827 

SANBORN Simeon and Susan C. Goddard, at 
Boston, by Rev. Dr. Baldwin. This was 
the iiooth couple married by the doctor, July 12, 1810 

SANDERSON Joseph M., of Merchants' Coffee 
House, and Emma Matilda Jones, at. Phila- 
delphia. American of Aug. 16, 1825 
Edward, Jr., editor Elizabethtown Gazette, 
and Hannah Chapman, daughter of James, 
Esq., at Elizabethtown, N. J. American of Dec. 22, 1820 

SANDS Mrs. Sarah, of this town, and Capt 
Thomas Bates, of New York, at the Epis- 
copal Church in Hartford, Nov. 3, 1813 

SANDFORD John Usher and Charlotte Bourne, 
daughter of Shearjushub, Esq., married 
at St. Michael's Church, Bristol, by Rt. 
Rev, Bishop Griswold, Jan. 9, 1815 

SANFORD Eleanor, daughter of Capt. Joseph, 
of Berkeley, and Abner Pitts, of Taunton, 
at Berkeley, by Rev. Mr. Andros, Sept. 14, 1815 

Clarrissa Usher, and Capt. Thomas B. Mun- 
roe, both of Bristol, at Brooklin, L. L, by 
Rev. Mr. Smith, Oct. 17, 1817 

Louisa Rebecca, daughter of Isaac, of Hart- 
ford, and Dr. Thomas Manning Barrows, 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN^MARRIAGES 



305 



SANFORD: ■ , , 

of Providence, at Hartford, by- Rev. Mr. 
Wainwright. American of 

Peleg and Mary Ann Suttle, daughter of 
Robert, at Newport. American of 

Fanny R. and AmosT. Gorham, both of and 
at Bristol, by Rev' Alexander V. Griswold. 
American of 

Edwin, of Newport, and Desdemona Honey- 
well, of New Shoreham, at Newport. 
American of 

Alpheus, of Berkeley, Mass., and Sinai Briggs, 
of and at Conway, Mass. American of 

Polly and D Easterbrooks, both of and 

at Bristol. American of 

Joseph, Jr., of Newport, and Rebecca San- 
ford, daughter of Ezbon, Esq., of and at 
North Kingstown, by Rev. William Nor- 
thup, 

Rebecca, daughter of Ezbon, Esq., of North 
Kingstown, and Joseph Sanford; Jr., of 
Newport, at North Kingstown, by Rev. 
William Northup, 

Rev. Enock, of Raynham, late tutor in Brown 
University, and Caroline White, of and at 
Weymouth. American of 

Rev. John, of South Dennis, and Sophia 
Lund, of and at Weymouth. American of 

Elizabeth E., daughter of late Ellery, and 
John U. Lunson, of New York, at Bristol, 
by Rev. Bishop Griswold. American of 

Susan, of Westport, and John Ellsbree, at 
Troy, Mass., 

Hannah and John Bowcock, both of Troy, 
Mass., at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, 

Keziah, daughter of Peleg, Esq., of Middle- 
town, and John H. Barker, at Newport. 
American of 
SANDFORD Henrietta C, daughter of Alex- 
ander, of Baltimore, and Capt. John B. 
Clarke, of U. S. 3d Regiment of Infantry, 
at St. Louis, Mo. American of 

Capt. Nicholas, of Dartmouth, and Mary W. 
Pratt, at New Bedford. American of 
SANFORD Frances and Dr. Elisha D. Paine, of 
Baltimore, at Little Compton, 

George, Jr., and Mary Rawson, both of and 
at Bristol, 

Rev. B., of East Bridgewater, and Amey 
Burt, daughter of Dean, Esq., at Berkeley. 
American of 



Dec. I, 1818 
Nov. 12, 1819 

June 27, 1820 

Sept. 8, 1820 
May II, 1821 
July 13, 1 82 1 

Aug. 30, 1 82 1 

Aug. 30, 1S21 

Dec. 26, 1823 
Sept. 10, 1824 

March 6, 1827 

Nov. 29, 1827 

Sept. 6, 1828 

June 30, 1829 

Jan. 5, 1830 

Aug. 20, 1830 

Sept. 15, 1830 

March 19, 1831 

March 25, 1831 



306 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



SANGER John, of Woodstock, Ct., and Elmira 
Armington, of and at Seekonk, by Rev. 
Mr. Pease, 

Maria and Dr. Oliver Everett, at Sherburne. 
American of 
SARGENT Lucius Manlius, Esq., of Boston, 
and Mary Binney, daughter of the late Dr. 
C , at Philadelphia, 

Capt. Henry, of Springfield, and Mary M. 
Holman, at Boston. American of 
SARLE Oris and Betsey Mathewson, eldest 
daughter of late Stephen, at Scituate. 
American of , 

Ann T., of Cranston, and Ebenezer Case, Jr., 
of Plainfield, Ct., at Cranston. American 
of 

Richard and Mrs. Sylvia Ann Peck, both of 
and at Scituate. American of 

Burton, formerly of Cranston, and Susan 
Ann B. Angell, eldest daughter of Thomas, 
of and at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Knight, 
SAUNDERS Jeremiah and Mary Haile, at War- 
ren. American of 

Augustus, of this town, merchant, and Sylvia 
Pearce, only daughter of Jeremiah, of and 
at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Reed, 

Nancy and Thomas Cole, both of and at Bris- 
tol, by Rev, Mr. Bates, 

George, of Philadelphia, merchant, and Eme- 
line M. Maxwell, daughter of James, Esq., 
of and at Warren, 

Philip, of Westerly, and Mary Burdick, 
daughter of Rev. Henry, at Newport, by 
Rev. Mr. Burdick, 

Sally and Turner Carr, both of and at War- 
ren. American of 

Abby, daughter of John, and Caleb S; Luther, 
both of and at Providence, 

Ann and William Wall, at Providence. Amer- 
ican of 

Samuel and Rebecca P. Cornell, both of and 
at Providence. American of 

Gen. Romulus M. and Anna Hayes Johnson, 
daughter of Hon. William, of and at 
Charleston, S. C. American of 

Chauncey W. and Ruth Hall, at Pawtucket, 
by Rev. Mr. Taft, 

Robey and Hammond Sergeant, both of and 
at Warren. American of 

William, formerly of Warren, R. I., and Dru- 
sella L. Bell, of and at Newbern, N. C, 



Nov. 24, 1825 
Nov. 26, 1829 

April 4, 1 816 
Dec. 24, 1830 

March 6, 1821 

June I, 1821 
Dec. 21, 1824 

Jan. I, 1827 
May 7, 181 1 

, Jan. 27, 1814 
Nov. 26, 1 818 

Aug. 24, 1820 

Oct. 26, 1820 

June II, 1822 

Oct. 20, 1822 

Dec. 7, 1822 

March 14, 1823 

June iQ, 1823 

March 16, 1825 

June 14, 1825 

Dec. 26, 1825 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



307 



SAUNDERS Nathaniel W., formerly of Warren, 

and Deborah G. Soule, daughter of Capt. 

Jonathan, at Westport, by A. Bassett, E^q., 

Mrs. Rebecca P. and William C. Eighforth, 

both of Providence, at Swanzey, 
Mrs. Rebecca P. and William E. Eathforth, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, 
Joseph W. and Charlotte E. Bangs, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
Mary Little, daughter of Capt. Daniel, and 
Joseph B. Davol, formerly of Warren, now 
of Taunton, at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Walsh, 
Carohne Bradford, of Smithfield, and Crom- 
well Brown Comstock, of Belchertown, 
Mass.; at Smithfield, by Thomas Mann, 
- Esq., 

Benjamin and Betsey W. Carpenter, both of 
Smithfield, at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
liams, 
John, of Providence, and Eliza Ann Cole, of 

and at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Spaulding, 
Lucy and Charles Morse, at Newburyport. 

American of 
Mary Ann and William J. Swartz, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Church, 
Isaac and Sarah Ann Tabor, at Pawtucket. 
American of 
SAVAGE Harriet, daughter of Timothy, Esq., 
and Rev. Ira Chace, of Philadelphia, Prof, 
of Biblical Literature, at Wilmington, N. 
C. American of 
James, Esq., of Boston, and Elizabeth Otis 
Lincoln, of and at Hinghahi, Mass. Amer- 
ican of 
Sarah S. and Solon Whiting, Esq., at Lan- 
caster. American of 
SAVORY William and Martha Rogers, both of 

Bradford, Mass., in this town, 
S AVERY Dr. Phinehas, and Hope B. F. Tobey, 
daughter of Curtis, all of and at Wareham. 
American of 
SAWIN Isaac and Elizabeth Ormsbee, both of 
and at Providence. American of 
Rebecca and Hon. Wheeler Martin, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pattison, 
SAWYER Ruth, of Bolton, Mass., and Robert 
Peckham, of Petersham, in this town, 
William and Rebecca Peirce, both of and at 
Tiverton. American of 



July I, 1827 
Aug. 3, 1827 

Sept. 9, 1827 
Oct. II, 1827 

March 23, 1828 

Oct. 20, 1828 

Feb. 23, 1829 

March 3, 1830 

March 9, 1830 

July II, 1830 

Aug. 30, 1 83 1 

April 6, 1 82 1 

May 6, 1823 
July 30, 1830 
May 19, 181 1 

Jan. 25, 1825 

March i, 1822 

Aug. 8, 1 83 1 

Feb. 7, 1813 

Oct. 8, 1819 



308 ■ VITAL -REGGBD OF. RHaDE' ISLAND 

SAWYER Lydia, of Little Compton, and George, . i. 

Sherman, of and at Newport. American of ■ May 25, 1824 
Mary S. and Moses P. Parish; Esq., at fielle^ .■ 

ville. American of ,',;;. Oct. 6, 1829 

Oliver and Eliza Huse, at Newburyport. 

American of ■: ■ ,-:,': Oct. 30, 1829 

Amos and Juliet Kendall, at Boston. Amer- -■ 

ican of : /Dec. i, 1829 

SAXTON Orion B., printer, and Merriam S. 
' Eldredge, at Salem, by Rev. Mr. Garlile:. : 

American of . . , . , ■■■ , Dec. 29, 181 8 

SAYER William, of Newport, and Catharine - 

Greene, of and at Boston. American of , - ' June 19, 1810 
William, of Newport, and Ann Greene, at 

Boston. American of • Oct. 10, 1815 

Joshua, of Newport, and Eliza B. Kinnicutt, , '.. 

eldest daughter of Thomas, Esq., of and at 

Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pitman. ■. ^ ,.■ , i ; Sept. 3, 1818 
Joshua and Ann W. Dean, daughter of .late 1,- 

Silas, at Newport. American of :■ Sept. 30, 1823 

James, of Newportj and, Nancy Rawson, at 

Bristol. American of ■ ■ ■ , " May 13, 1828 

Mrs. Lydia and Rowland. Bafnard, at Nan- 
tucket. American of • . .. i .■ /May 17, 1831 
SAYLER Sarah and James Briggs, at Suffolk, 

Va., [the third time a bride in, 18 months. j • 

American of April 5, 1825 

SAYLES Willard and Maria Francour, at Wren- , 

tham. Americanof . • i June 21, 1816 

William, of Smithfield, and Phebe Tufts, of , , 

and at Medfield. Americanof • May 6, 1817 

Arnold, of Cumberland, and Lena Kimball, 

of and at Mendon, Mass., , ■, ;. i :,,May7, 1820 

Avis, eldest daughter of EliSha, Esq., and > 
' Stephen Harris, both of and at Burrillville, July 6, 1820 

Julia, youngest daughter of. Capt. Daniel,, of . , 

Franklin, Mass., and Rev. Dexter .Buljard, , , 

pastor of Christian Church of. GreepWioh, i ' , • 

Mass., at Cumberland. American of .-.: ■. .',Feb. 13, 1821 
Willard, of Sraithfield, and Mary,,- Arnold, of :: , 

and at Uxbridge, Mass. Americanof ■■• May 4,1821 

Abigail, daughter of Smith, of Smithfield, and. 

Adin Ballou, of Cumberland, at Smithfield. 

American of ... .. i .c Jan. 29, 1822 

Sally, eldest daughter of Capt. David-, late of •', 1 

Cumberland,.ahd.HenryiS. Scott.of .and at , 

Smithfield. American of "■ , • . ■; ,. j >Feb. 12, 1822 

Joanna, daughter of Smith, of Smithfield,. 

and Jesse B. Sweet, of Providence,., at.,.;,.. // 

Smithfield, by Chief Justice ■Ma.nn; . ,-.?•,,., | Dec. 25, 1822 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 399 

SAYLES Clarke, of Glocester, and Mary Olney, 

of and at Scituate. American, of ' Jan. 3, 1823 

Orin, of Franklin, Mass., and Almira Ballou, 

daughter of Flairus, of and at Cumberland. 

American of • Jan. 21, 1823 

Richard and Fanny Jeffers, both of and at 

Smithfield. American of March 21, 1823 

Sarah, daughter of Gideon, and Stephen 

Mowry, only son of Amasa, at Smithfield, 

by Judge Mann; ' •- Feb. 9, 1826 

Rhoda, only daughter of John, 2d, and Jesse 

Mowry, eldest son of Major Nathaniel, at 

Smithfield,' , • - Feb. 24, 1826 

George R., of Smithfield, and Maria Bakery 

of and at Glocester, Dec. 31, 1829 

Ariel and Elizabeth Aylesworth, both of .and i 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, April 17, 1831 

SAYWARD Lucy D. and William S. Hackettj. , , 

at Nantucket. American of : , . April 27, 1831 

SCARBOROUGH Nehemiah and Susannah Sib- 
ley, both of and at Providence. American 

of ., , June 28, 1822 

SHAACK Peter Van, Jr., Esq., and Dorcas Man- 
ton, at Kinderhook, N. Y-. American of- -Aug. 11, 1820 
SCHERMERHORN Jane, youngest daughter- 

of Peter, Esq., and Rev. William Creigh- 

ton. Rector of St. Mark's Church, both of 

and at New York. American of June 5, 1818 

SCHOVALL Charles A., of Columbia, Ct., and 

Harriet Safford, eldest daughter of Joseph, 

of and at Canterbury, Ct., by Rev. George v 

T. White. American of . . Sept. 11, 1829 

SCHRPZAKAGASTEuphemiaand John Stewart, . ... 

at Marksboro, by John Moore. American 

of " '. ■ 'Nov. 23, 1832 

SCHUYLER Margaret, eldest daughter- of 

Arent, Esq., of Bloomingdale, and Jacob 

Crowningshield, Esq., of .Salem, at New 

York, by Rev. Dr. Wainwright, -■/ , < .May 12, 1831 
SCOTT Maria L., daughter of the late Lewis A-;, , ., , 

Esq., of New York; and ' Peter Pederson, . 
' Esq., Charge des Affairs and Consul Gen- 
eral from Denmark, at Philadelphia. Amer-- ; 

ican of / . , ■ June 12, 1812 

Mrs. Mary and Simon Snyder, Governor of . ., . 

Pennsylvania, at Harrisburg. t.-American-i , ( 

of ' '■" ■■ ' I'M./ ,.i ,Oct. 28, 1814 

Mary, daughter of the late John C, of New4 ,-. .. 

port, and Capt. Andrew Hunter, at<New- i 

port. Americaa of ■..■-■, "M ■ . f / .in <Sept. 19, 1815 



310 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



SCOTT Eliza, of Cumberland, and Thomas S. 
Mann, of Franklin, Mass., at Cumberland, 
by Rev. Mr. Hlake, 

Gen. Winfield, U. S. Army, and Maria D. 
Mayo, daughter of Col. , at Belle- 
ville, Va. American of 

Jeremiah and Olive Darling, both of and at 
Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Potter, 

Charles and Marcy Sheldon Manchester, at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. American of 

Emery, of Bellingham, and Waitey Jillson, 
daughter of Nathaniel, of and at Cumber- 
land, by Smith Arnold, Esq., 

John, jr., editor of Sciota Gazette, and Ann 
Berherds, at Chillicothe, O. American of 

Sophia Charlotte, eldest daughter of Sir 
Walter, and John Gibson Lockhart, Esq., 
at Edinburgh, Scot. American of 

Violetta and Reuben Thorp, Jr., both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 

Mary, daughter of William, and Joseph Tew, 
at Newport. American of 

Henry S., of Smithfield, and Sally Sayles, 
eldest daughter of Capt. David, late of 
Cumberland, at Smithfield. A merican of 

James, of North Providence, and Alice A. 
Sisson, daughter of Asa, of Coventry, at 
Smithfield. American of 

Sarah, of North Providence, and Adam 
Anthony, of Portsmouth, at North Provi- 
dence. American of 

Walter, Esq., Lieut. iSth Hussars, eldest son 
of Sir Walter, of Abbottsford, Bart., and 
Jane Jobson, only child of late John, Esq., 
of Lochare, Fifeshire, at Edinburgh, 

Nancy, daughter of Harvey, and Hurdon A. 
Norton, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr Webb. American of 

Mary Ann, daughter of Capt Nathaniel, of 
Cumberland, and Philo Miller, of Paw- 
tucket, at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Taft, 

Saul B. and Susan P. Daniels, both of Men- 
don, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

Joseph A. and Juliet Howiand, both of Paw- 
lucket, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Lydia, of North Providence, and William 
Roche, Esq., of New Bedford, at North 
Providence, 

William, of North Bridgewater, and Nancy 
I. Adams, at Kingston, Mass. Amer- 
ican of 



July 23, 1816 

March 21, 1817 

Jan. 28, 1 8 19 

Feb. 9, 1819 

April 2, 1820 
April 4, 1820 

July 7, 1820 

Sept. 4, 1820 

March 2, 1821 

Feb. 12, 1822 

May 17, 1822 

Sept. 23, 1823 

Feb 3, 1825 

Oct. 14, 1825 

Jan. 26, 1826 
May 16, 1826 
Jan. 28, 1828 

April 26, 1829 

Sept. 18, 1829 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 



311 



SCOTT Elizabeth and George Nason, at New- 
port, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, 

Robert and Jerusha Brown, at Plainfield, Ct. 
American of 

Nancy and Rev. Jehiel Bowman, of Middle- 
town, at New Haven, Ct. American of 
SCOVILLE Maria and John Branch, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, 
SCUDDER Capt. Eleazer and Eliza G. Lovell, 
at Barnstable. American of 

Thomas Delup, of Hallowell, Me., and Mrs. 
Henrietta Hallett, daughter of Benjamin 
Hallett, at Osterville, Mass., by Rev. Mr. 
Harris, 
SEABURY Pardon and Sarah Borden, daughter 
of Simeon, deceased, at Tiverton. Amer- 
ican of 

Mary and Stephen Snow Wardwell, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Peleg, of Taunton, and Mary T. Tilley, of 
and at Newport. American of 

Francis W.and Rebecca A. Jeffrey, daughter 
of Nicholas, both of and at Newport. 
American of 

Hannah, daughter of John W., Esq., and 
Christopher C. Dean, at Taunton. Amer- 
ican of 

Alexander H., of Tiverton, and Louisa Cran- 
dall, at Taunton. American of 
SEAGER Joseph T. and Alice Potter, both of 
South Kingstown, at Newport. American 
of 
SEGAR Alice, of South Kingstown, and William 
Perry, Jr., of Lebanon, Ct., at Newport, by 
Rev. Mr. Torrey, 
SEAGRAVE Edward and Harriet Walker, at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
SEAMAN S Eliza, daughter of Young, and Capt. 
Warren Lippitt, by Rev. Dr. Gano, in this 
town, 

William P. and Sally Rounds, daughter of 
James, at Rehoboth, 

Josiah and Abigail Brown, both of and at 
this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Sarah, of Rehoboth, and Nathaniel Leonard, 
of and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Bates. 
American of 

Mrs. Abby L. and Capt. William Bradbury, 
both of Providence, at Pawtuxet. Ameri- 
can of 



March 14, 1830 
June II, 1830 
Oct. 26, 1830 
Feb. 23, 1825 
Aug. 20, 1830 

Sept. 4, 183 1 

Sept. I, 1820 
Dec. 9, 1823 
Oct. I, [824 

Dec. 14, 1824 

June 7, 1825 
Aug. 27, 1830 

Feb. 23, 1821 

Sept. II, 1827 
March 25, 1824 

July 7, 181 1 

March 17, 1814 

Jan. 8, 181 5 

Feb. 21, 181 5 

Dec. 14, 1821 



312 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



SEAMANS Amey Ann B. and James Almy, • 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Brown, 
Daniel and Hope Ann Hammond,, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, 
Varnum and Maria Paine, at Smithfield, by 

Thomas Mann, Esq., 
SEARLE Lydia W., daughter of John, and 

James M. Warner, in this town, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, 
Ruth, daughter of the late Solomon, and 

Hiram Barker, both of and at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
John, Jr., of Providence, and Mary Ann 

Roberts, of and at Smithfield. American of 
Nathan B. and Lavina Williams, at Johnston. 

American of • 

Sophia P. and John Luther, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Merritt, 
William R, and Harriet C. Simmons, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Eliza S., of Newport, and Sayles Brown, of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Waterman, 
Mary W., second daughter of Nathaniel, Esq., 

of Providence,and William Henry Rodman, 

of Philadelphia, merchant, at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 
SEARLES William H. and Caroline M. Smith, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Phillips, 
SEARLE Nathaniel, Jr., Esq., and Mary P. 

Palmer, daughter of Gideon, Esq., both of 

Providence, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 

Choules, 
Almira, daughter of Nathan B., and Otis N. 

Angell, at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Olney. 

American of 
Charles F., of Providence, and Phebe Shel- 
don, daughter of Jeremiah, Esq., of and at 

Cranston, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 
SEARS David, Jr., and Miriam Clarke Mason, 

daughter of Hon. Jonathan, at Boston, by 

Rev. Mr. Gardiner, 
Howes, of Cape Cod, aged 17, and Mrs. Avis 

Nitcher, of Nantucket, aged 68, at Johnston, 

by Rev. Mr. Sprague, 
Jesse, of Rochester, Mass., and Love Tobey, 

at New Bedford. American of 
Sarah D. and Eli Burchard, both of and at 

Smithfield, by Thomas Mann, Esq. , 



March 16, 1826 

July 10, 1828 

Jan. 4, 1829 

May 24, 1812 

Nov. I, 181S 
Oct. IS, 1819 
June 19, 1 82 1 
Aug. 29, 1822 
Sept. II, 1828 
Feb. 12, 1829 

May 24, 1 83 1 
Sept. 27, 1 83 1 

Jan. 5, 1832 
Jan. 13, 1832 

Jan. 8, 1833 

June 13, 1809 

March 30, 1815 
May II, 1821 
June 24, 1827 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 313 

SEARS Lydia G. and Samuel F. Haven, Esq., of 

Dedham, at Boston. American of May 14, 1830 

SEATLE Benjamin and Elizabeth Burdict, 
daughter of late Clarke, at Newport. 
American of Sept. S, 1823 

Ebenezer and Eliza Cutter Fowler, both of 

and at Newport. American of May 25, 1824 

Robert and Mary Moulton, daughter of Wil- 
liam, both of and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 
Eddy, Dec. 22, 1828 

SEAVER Benjamin and Mary Porter, both of 

Taunton, at Newport. American of Nov. 22, 1808 

Ann, of Worcester, and Rev. John Brazer, 
pastor North Church, Salem, at Worcester. 
American of April 24, 1821 

Benjamm, of Taunton, and Susan Hull, 
daughter of Rev. Stephen, of and at Rayn- 
ham. American of Nov. 9, 1821 

Alexander A., of Holden, Mass., and Nancy 

Newman, of and at Rehoboth, Oct. 25, 1825 

Mary and Benjamin F. Spindey, at Norton. 

American of Nov. 6, 1829 

William and Louisa L. Olney, daughter of 
William, Esq., both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Dec. 20, 1830 

William, of Smithfield, and Laura Ann War- 
ner, of and at Killingly, Ct., Oct. 21, 1832 
SEAVERNS Abijah, Jr., and Sophia Taft, at 

Boston. American of May 21, 1830 

SEDGWICK Henry D., Esq., attorney at law, 
of New York, and Jane Minott, daughter 
of the late Judge Minott, of and at Boston. 
American of June 6, 1817 

Robert, Esq., of New York, and Elizabeth 
Dana Ellery, eldest daughter of William, at 
Newport, by Rev. Dr. Patten, Aug. 21, 1822 

SEEKLE Apollas and Phebe Seekle, at Middle- 

boro. American of July 6, 1821 

Phebe and Apollas Seekle, at Middleboro. 

American of July 6, 1821 
SEIXAS Hetty, daughter of late Moses, of New- 
port, and N Phillips, publisher of 

National Advocate, at New York. Amer- 
ican of Oct. 21, 1823 
SELLMAN Archibald and Nancy Lewis, at 

Lynn. American of April i, 1831 

SENTER Eliza Antoinette, eldest daughter of the 
late Dr. Senter, of Newport, and Rev. Na- 
than Bourne Crocker, rector of St. John's 
Church, in this town, married at Trinity 
Church, Newport, by Bishop Griswold, March ig, 181 1 



314 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



SENTER Sarah Ann, daughter of the late Dr. 
Isaac, and Clement Smith Hunt>lJ.S.Navy, 
at St. John's Church, by Rev, Dr. Crocker, 

SERGEANT Hammond and Roby Saunders, 
both of and at Warren. American of 

SERRELL Sally, of Warren, and Benjamin 
Bowen, of Rehoboth, at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Mudge, 

SESSIONS Harvey and Rebecca Drummond, 
daughter of the late Capt. John, both of 
and at Newport. American of 
Ann, daughter of Darius, Esq., of Thompson, 
Ct., and William Skinner, of Woodstock, 
Ct., at Thompson, by Rev. Mr. Dowe, , 
Elizabeth Marchant, eldest daughter of Col. 
Thomas, and Joshua Bicknell, Jr., mer- 
chant, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Edes, 
Penelope M., youngest daughter of Darius 
E of Thompson. Ct., and Israel K. Tefft, 
merchant, of Savannah, Ga., at Thomp- 
son, by Rev. Mr. Dowe, 
Darius, of Providence, and Eliza Y. Hicks, 
formerly of Providence, now of and at 
Scituate, at the residence of Capt. John 
Reynolds, 
William, of Pomfret, and Esther Wilkinson, 

of and at Woodstock, Ct. American of 
Henry M., of Providence, and Harriet Wil- 
liams, daughter of Stephen, of and at North 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, 

SEWALL Elizabeth Q., daughter of late Chief 
Justice Sewall, and Thomas R. Sewall, at 
Boston. American of 
Thomas R. and Elizabeth Q. Sewall, daugh- 
ter of late Chief Justice .Sewall, at Boston. 
American of 

SEXTON Dr. Jotham, of Little Compton, and 
Mrs. .Abby Rossetter, of Richmond, Mass., 
at New York. American of 

SEYMOUR Joseph, of Newport, and Eunice 
Hubbard, of and at Warren, by Rev. Mr. 
Welch, 
Hannah and William Hammond, at Provi- 
dence. American of 

SFARGOSI Charlotte, daughter of Louis, of 
Rome, and George Washington Greene, of 
Rhode Island, grandson of the late General, 
at the American Consul's, Paris, Fr., 

SHAF"F James, victualler, at Fulton Market, 
New York, weight 63 pounds, and Matilda 



Jan.;i4, 1813 
June 14, 1825 

April 4, 1824 

Nov. 19, 181 r 

June 12, 1 8 16 

May 21, 1817 

Aug. 25, 1817 

May 14, 1 82 1 
June 13, 1823 

March 13, 1832 

Feb. II, 1825 

Feb. II, 1825 

Nov. 29, 1825 

June 22, 1823 
June 24, 1828 

Jan. 2, 1830 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 315 

SHAFF: 

Costine, of same weight, at New York. 

American of July lO, 1829 

SHApER Augusta, sister of the wife of Com. 

MacDonough, and Edward Rutledge, of 

South Carolina, at Middletown, Ct. Amer- 
ican of Sept. 17, 1 819 
SHAPLEY Jonathan, of Boston, and Arcraisa- 

dona Burt, of and at Taunton. American 

of May 3, 1825 

Albert, of Portsmouth, N. H., and Ann Maria 

Burke, at Philadelphia. American of Aug. 6, 1830 
SHARES Mary, of Providence, and Peleg L. 
Wade, of Seekonk, at Providence, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, April 18, 1827 

Roxana and Amasa Williams, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Oathman, Nov. 12, 1820 

SHARPE Anna, daughter of the late Peter, of 

Four Mile Creek, and George Roper, at 

Richmond, Va., by Rev. John Lindsey, June 11, 181 1 

Frances, daughter of the late Peter, of Four 

Mile Creek, and Bullard Ammory, at Rich- 
mond, Va., by Rev. John Lindsay, June 11, i8ri 
Sally, daughter of the late Peter, of Four 

Mile Creek, and Robert Bradley, at Rich- 
mond, Va., by Rev. John Lindsay, June 11, 181 1 
SHARP Harriet, of Pomfret, Ct., and Samuel 

Truesdale, of Thompson, Ct., at Pomfret. 

American of Jan. 16, 1824 

Wilkes, of Providence, and Sally A. Chapee, 

of and at Woodstock, Ct., by Rev. Mr. 

Underwood. American of Dec. 6, 1825 

George and Eliza Manchester, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Seamans, July 25, 1827 

Lucretia, of Dorchester, and Robert Rich- 
ardson, Jr., of Boston, at Dorchester. 

American of Aug. 6, 1830 

SHATTUCK Eliza B. and Samuel Smith, at 

Roxbury. American of April 20, 1830 

SHAW Richard and Mary Sherman, at Newport. 

American of May i, 18 10 

Charlotte Lucinna, daughter of Capt. John, 

and Robert Peckham, all of Taunton, Dec. i, 1811 

Amyntus, of Raynham, and Lucy T. 

Williams, daughter of Rev. Mr. Williams, 

of Weymouth, in this town. May 14, 1812 

Oliver and Sarah Jenckes, both of this town, 

by Rev. Mr. Williams, Oct. 20, 1812 

Sarah and James Barr, Jr., U. S. Navy, both 

of Salem, Mass., ' Sept. 3, 1813 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



SHAW Thomas and Jane Hathaway, daughter 

of Abner, both of Newport, at Bristol, 
Anthony and Mary Manchester, both of and 

at Providence. American of 
William and Eunice Eddy, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 
Ann Eliza B., eldest daughter of the late 

Capt. Anthony, and Henry Coggeshall, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, 
Mary, youngest daughter of Capt. John, and 

John Baylies, merchant, both of and at 

Taunton, by Rev. Mr. Pipon, 
Elizabeth Frances, daughter of Dr. William 

G., of North Kingstown, and Rev. Lemuel 

Burge, of Connecticut, at St. Paul's 

Church, Wickford, by Rev. Mr. Wheaton, 
Com. John, U. S. Navy, and Mary Breed, at 

Charlestown, Mass. American of 
Isaac S. and Nancy Richardson, both of 

Mansfield, Mass., at Barrington, by Rev. 

Mr. Wright, 
Rev. Samuel Brenton, of North Kingstown, 

and CaroUne Flagg Jones, daughter of 

Alexander, Esq., of and at Providence, at 

St. John's Church, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 
Thomas S., of Attleboro, and Joanna Keech, 

of and at Seekonk, by Thomas Kinnicutt, 
- Esq., 
Mary L., of Taunton, and Gilbert Paul, of 

Tiverton, at Taunton. American of 
Mercy, of Taunton, and Gilbert Paul, of Tiv- 
erton, at Taunton. American of 
Benjamin, of Little Compton, and Mary Ann 

Davenport, of and at Tiverton. American 

of . 

Perry W., of Cumberland, and Mary S. Perry, 

daughter of late Joseph, of and at Newport. 

American of 
Eliza, of Providence, and Palmer Summers, 

of New York, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

WiUiams. American of 
Nathan R. and Sophronia R. Cornish, both 

of and at Taunton. American of 
Eunice Hammond, daughter of late Stephen, 

of Providence, and Capt. John Davis, of 

East Greenwich, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Ludlow, 
Joseph, of Portsmouth,, and Martha G. 

Jerckes, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Brown, 



Aug. I, 1814 

May 10, 1816 

Nov. 9, 1817 

Aug. 29, 1 819 
Nov. 17, 1 819 

June 6, 1820 
Oct. 17, 1820 

Nov. 2, 1820 

Aug. I, 1822 

Nov. 3, 1822 
May 23, 1823 
May 23, 1823 

Oct. 28, 1823 

Feb. 27, 1824 

March 12, 1824 
April 9, 1824 

Oct. 17, 1824 
Nov. 21, 1824 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 317 

SHAW Hannah and Thomas Wilbour, at Little 

Compton. American of Jan. 21, 1825 

Lloyd and Susan Snow Jenckes, daughter of 

Deacon John C, at Providence, by Rev. 
. Mr. Edes, Feb. 20, 1825 

John W., Esq., of Newport, and Lucy C. 

Whitridge, youngest daughter of Dr. Wil- 
liam, of and at Tiverton, July 4, 1825 
Lucia Crocker, daughter of Josiah C, Esq., 

of Newport, and John G. Bailey, Esq., of 

Charlestown, Mass., at Newport. Amer- 
ican of July 19, 1825 
Latimer R., of Boston, and Maria Hawes, 

daughter of Col. George, at Wrentham, by 

Rev. EJisha Fiske, Aug. 25, 1825 

Noah and Eliza Barker, daughter of Giles, at 

Little Compton, by Rev. Mr. Peckham. 

American of Nov. i, 1825 

Sarah G. and Gilbert Chace, of Newport, at 

Troy, Mass., by Rev. Mr. Borden, May 7, 1826 

Mrs. Elizabeth and Deacon Stephen Ward- 
well, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Wilson, _ May 17, 1826 

Abby Frances, daughter of Dr. William G., 

of Wickford, and Joseph W. Greene, of 

Warwick, at Wickford, by Rev. Mr. Burge, June i, 1826 

Betsey A. and Capt. Thomas Hooper, at 

Boston. American of June i, 1827 

Abby Brown, daughter of Josiah C, and Wil- 
liam Champlain Robinson, both of and at 

Newport, by Rev, Dr. Patten, July 23, 1827 

James and Eliza Field Godfrey, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. i, 1827 

Lydia T. and James D. Brown, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, Nov. 18, 1827 

Fidelia and James McCoy, at Smithfield. 

American of Jan. 22, 1828 

Eli and Serena Allen, at Middleboro, by Rev. 

Mr. Colby. American of March 28, 1828 

Ann Louisa, daughter, of Dr. William G., of 

Wickford, and Resolved Waterman, of 

Providence, at Wickford, by Rev. Mr. 

Burge, May 26, 1828 

Mary A. and. Stacy Waterman, at Johnston, 

by Rev. Mr. Manchester. American of April 10,1829 

Waitstill D., of Belchertown, and Charles 

Cheney, of Providence, at Belchertown, 

Mass., by Rev. Mr. Hall, Oct. 21, 1829 

Seth W. and Sarah Ann Hale, daughter of 

Daniel, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
, Mr. Phillips; Dec. 22, 1829 



818 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



SHAW Samuel, 2d., and Mrs. Sarah B.Hawkins, 
at Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Allen, 

Allen and Adeline B. Hunt, formerly of 

Little Compton, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Pickering, 

SHAYS John, of Salem, merchant, and Frances 

B. Leverett, of and at Roxbury, Mass. 

.■ American of 
SHEARER Andrew, of Taunton, and Margaret 
Silmer, of and at North Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Cheney, 
SHED Rev. William and Mary Howe, at Abing- 

ton, Mass. American of 
SHEDELL Ebenezer and Matilda Barker, both 

of and at Providence, 
SHEFFEY Daniel, M. C. from Virginia, and 
Maria Hanson, at Washington. American 
of 
SHEFFIELD Mary Ann, daughter of John T., 
and Asa Tallman, at Newport. American of 

Edmund, of Westerly, and Sally Ann Gardi- 
ner, of and at North Kingstown. Ameri- 
can of 

Martha and Joseph Weaver, both of Provi- 
dence, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, 
SHELDON Abby, daughter of Major Gen. 
Sheldon, of Newport, and Samuel Dexter, 
Esq., attorney at law, of this town, at 
Newport, 
; Marcy, daughter of Capt. Charles, and Henry 
Martin, all of this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Jeremiah and Sophia Fiske, daughter of 
\ Peleg, Esq., at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. 

Knight, 

Edward S. and Mary Rea, both of and at this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Susan, daughter of Col. Stephen, of Scituate, 
and Harding H. Hudson, of Cranston, at 
Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Knight, 

William, merchant, and Mary Peckham, 
daughter of the late Philip, both of and at 
this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Thomas and Urania F. Aborn, eldest daugh- 
ter of Capt. Jonathan, all of and at Paw- 

. tuxet, by Rev. Mr. Jacobs, 

Ruth, daughter of Roger, of Cumberland, and 
Dr. Peter Ballou, of Smithfield, at Cumber- 
land, 

Major Pardon and Caroline Knight, second 
daughter of William, both of and at Crans- 
ton, by Elder R. Knight, 



March 4, 1830 

Aug, 1, 183 1 

Sept. 10, t8i6 

April 30, 1829 

Nov. 6, 1829 

Nov. 21, 1827 

Feb. 14, 1812 
Feb. 29, 1820 

June 17, 1823 
Aug. 3, 1828 

June 14, 1810 
Oct. 6, 181 1 

Sept. 2, 1 8 12 
Jan. 25, 1813 

April 4, 1813 

Feb. 6, 18 1 5 

Nov. 7, 1 8 16 

March 23, 18 17 

Feb. 8, 1818 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



319 



SHELDON Daniel and Sarah Thurber, daughter 
of the late Edward, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Edmond and Mrs. Penelope Salisbury, both 
of and at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Sprague, 

Anna, eldest daughter of Rev. Mr. , and 

Thomas Andrews. American of 

Sally and William Sweet, at Johnston. 
American of 

Israel, formerly of Pawtuxet, and Hetty 
Ann Wallace, daughter of Capt. David, 
of and at Hyde Co., N. C, 

Mrs. Urania, widow of late Thomas and 
daughter of late Capt. Jonathan Aborn, 
and Capt. Nicholas Smith, at Pawtuxet, by 
Rev. Mr. Cutis, 

Eliza and John Howard, both of and at Crans- 
ton. American of 

Tillinghast and Lydia Olney, daughter of 
Dea. Olney, at Johnston. American of 

Mary and Abiezer D. Hood, both of Cumber- 
land, at Central Falls, by Rev. Mr. Bene- 
dict, 

Israel, of Mattamusketand Frances Wallace, 
daughter of Captain David, of Ocracock, at 
Portsmouth, N. C. American of 

Capt. Pardon aud Rebecca W. Aborn, daugh- 
ter of late Capt. Jonathan, at Pawtuxet, by 
Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, 

Ruth Ann, daughter of William, Esq., of 
Richmond, and Ebenezer Carpenter, of 
Cumberland, at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. 
Kellum, 

Pardon, of Providence, and Harriet Collins, 
of and at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, 

Ann Maria, of Providence, and Dexter 
Brown, of Scituate, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Pickering, 

Welcome and Charlotte M. Smith,, at Smith- 
field, by Thomas Mann, Esq. American of 

Harriet O., daughter of Daniel, and Eliza 
W. Baker, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Tobey. American of 

Phebe, daughter of Jeremiah, Esq., of Crans- 
ton, and Charles F. Searle, of Providence, 
at Cranston, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 
SHELLEY James M. and Lydia M. Cochran, 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Mudge, 

Charles J. and Matilda B. Whitman, at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 



Nov. 7, 1819 
Jan. 20, 1820 

Feb. 4, 1 820 
Oct. 31, 1820 

Dec. 14, 1820 

March [i, 1821 

May 15, 1821 

Jan. 7, 1823 

July 25, 1824 

July 22, 1825 

Dec. II, 1825 

Jan. 5, 1826 
March S, 1826 

April 6, 1826 
March 4, 1828 

May 22, 1829 

Jan. 8, 1833 

March 11, 1824 

Jan. 8, 1828 



320 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



SHELLEY Ebenezer, 8i, and Mrs. Rhoda 
Smith, 84, Being fifth wife and fifth hus- 
band, at Easton, Md. American of' 
SHELTON Clarke P., of Boston, and Mary Ru- 
tenburgh, of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Pickering, 
SHEPERD Ohver, merchant, of Wrentham, and 
Sarah W. Cooke, of and at this town, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Abraham W. and Elizabeth A. Labarron, 
both of this town, at Warren, by Rev. 
Mr. Hall, 

Rev. Thomas, of Ashfield, and Sarah Barrett, 
of Northfield, at Greenfield, Mass. Amer- 
ican of 

Mrs. Sarah W., daughter of the late Daniel 
Cooke, of Providence, and Dr. Ebenezer 
Dawes, both of Taunton, at Wrentham. 
American of March 

William A., Esq., of Providence, and Abby 
Ann G. Slack, of Pawtucket, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Fanny H., daughter of Rev. Mose, of Little 
Compton, and Lucius Boltwood, Esq., 
attorney at law, at Amhurst, Mass. Amer- 
ican of 

Mrs. Elizabeth Ann and John Davis Sheperd, 
of Worcester, Mass., at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson. American of 

John Davis, of Worcester, Mass., and Mrs. 
Elizabeth Ann Sheperd, at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson. American of 

Caleb and Mary Ann Coggeshall, at New 
Bedford. American of 

Amelia H., daughter of Silas, and Samuel T. 
Kennard, of Easton, Md., at Taunton, by 
Rev. Mr. Maltby, 

Elizabeth and John H. L. Pickford, of Som- 
ersworth, N. H., at Worcester, by Rev. Dr. 
Bancroft. American of 
SHEPARD Chauncey, of Providence, and Abby 
C. Tingley, of and at Attleboro, by Rev. 
Mr. Vernon, 

Nathaniel and Ruth Howland, at Westport. 
American of 
SHEPERD Mrs. Abby A. G., of Providence, 
and Oliver Lincoln, of Walpole, at Provi- 
dence, bv Rev. Mr. Tobey, 
SHEPERSON Mary, of Cumberland, and Calvin 
Richards, 2d, of Attleboro, at Cumberland. 
American of 



Dec. 28, 1830 
Nov. 28, 1825 
June 2, 1813 
May 29, 1816 
May 25, 1821 

12 and 15, 1822 
Sept. 28, 1823 

Sept. 17, 1824 

Oct. I, 1824 

Oct. I, 1824 
Dec. 31, 1824 

March 20, 1826 

Aug. 18, 1826 

May 28, 1829 
Oct. 2, 1829 

March 29, 1830 

Sept. 17, 1824 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 321 

SHEPHERD Augustine H., M. C. from N. C, 
and Martha Turner, youngest daughter of 
late Samuel, at Washington, Feb. 25, 1830 

SHERDEN Sally and Richard Raven, at Bris- 
tol, Sept. 27, 1 8 12 
SHERIDAN Hannah M. and William S. Rush- 
worth, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Baker, Nov. 23, 1819 

Julia Ann and Edward Draper, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Nov. 24, 1825 

William and Elizabeth Murray, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, May 8, 1826 

SHERMAN Mary and Richard Shaw, at New- 
port. American of May i, 18 10 

Letitia, of St. Mary's, Ga., and Dr. Whipple 

Aldrich, late of this town, at St. Mary's, Nov. 12, 1810 

Lucy and Daniel D. Dailey, both of and at 
this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano. American of Jan. 11, 1814 

Ann and David Butler, in this town. Amer- 
ican of March 8, 1814 

Sarah Ann and Milton Cady, both of and at 
this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano. American 
of Aug. 29, 1 81 5 

Peleg and Hannah E. Luther, both of and at 

Newport, by Rev. Mr. Towle, Oct. 3, 1815 

Sarah, eldest daughter of John, and David 
Mathewson, both of Coventry, at Warwick. 
American of Aug. 13, 18 16 

Richard, Jr., of Portsmouth, and Sarah Ann 
Rogers, daughter of Joseph, of Middletown, 
at Newport. American of Oct. i, 1819 

Eleazer, formerly of Sterling, Ct., and Rachal 
Wilbur, youngest daughter of the late 
Christopher, both of and at Smithfield, by 
Rev. Mr. Edes, Dec. 12, 18 19 

David and Waite D. Sherman, both of Ports- 
mouth, at Newport. American of Dec. 8, 1820 

Waite D. and David Sherman, both of Ports- 
mouth, at Newport. American of Dec. 8, 1820 

Christiana, daughter of William, and Edward 
Macomber, at Tiverton. American of Feb. 23, 1821 

Charles and Elizabeth, Sherman, both of and 
at Newport. American of April 13, 1821 

Elizabeth and Charles Sherman, both of and 
at Newport. American of April 13, 1821 

Cynthia Ann, of Portsmouth, and Eliphaz 
Barker, of and at Middletown. American 
of April 24, 1 82 1 

Albert and Abby Thurston, of Exeter, at 
Wickford, June 16, 1821 



322 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



SHERMAN Eleazer and Hannah Brightman, 
both of Troy, Mass., at Newport. Ameri- 
can of 

Maria, only daughter of late Nathan, and 
George Leonard Barnes, Esq., both of and 
at Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Edes, of Provi- 
dence, 

Maria, daughter of late Watts, merchant, of 
New York, and Robert Sherman, merchant, 
formerly of Providence, at Utica. Amer- 
ican of 

Robert, merchant, formerly of Providence, 
and Maria Sherman, daughter of late Watts, 
merchant, of New York, at Utica. Amer- 
ican of 

James C. and Mary G. Burroughs, daughter 
of Greene, at Newport. American of 

Mrs. Eliza, formerly of New Bedford, and 
James J. Harrington, of Providence, at See- 
konk, by Rev. Mr. Mace, 

Mary, daughter of Capt. William, and Sam- 
uel Burroughs, of Newport. American of 

Timothy and Sarah Ann Peckham, daughter 
of Alanson, Esq., of Middletown, at New- 
port. American of 

Isbon and Lucy Cole, daughter of John, Esq., 
at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Shtrtlett, 

Nicholas Howland, of Dartmouth, and Sophia 
A. Tisdale, of and at Taunton. American 
of 

Deborah and Daniel Bennett, both of and at 
Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict. Amer- 
ican of 

Mary Ann, daughter of Elijah, and William 
H. Douglass, at Newport. American of 

Abigail, daughter of Samuel, of Portsmouth, 
and John Benson, Jr., of Columbia, Penn., 
at Portsmouth. American of 

Jared and Abby Baker, both of and at Paw- 
tucket. American of 

Sarah L., daughter of Capt. William, and 
Daniel C. Denham, at Newport. Amer- 
ican of 

George, of Newport, and Lydia Sawyer, of 
Little Compton, at Newport. American 
of 

Ann, of Warwick, and William Brayton, of 
Cranston, at Warwick, 

Francis and Eliza Peckham, daughter of Wil- 
liam S., at Middletown. American of 



July 3, 1 82 1 

Oct., 1 82 1 

Jan. 22, 1822 

Jan. 22, 1822 
April 2, 1822 

Aug. 25, 1822 
Sept. 20, 1822 

Nov. 5, 1822 
Feb. 2, 1823 

Nov. 28, 1823 

Jan. 6, 1824 
Jan. 6, 1824 

March 2, 1824 
April 16, 1824 

May II, 1824 

May 25, 1824 

Dec. 23, 1824 

March 15, 1825 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 323 

SHERMAN Eliza, daughter ,of Elijah, and Josiah 

Otis Burdick, at Newport. American of May lo, 1825 

Perry and Harriet Ward, daughter of Nich- 
olas, at Newport. American of May 24, 1825 

John and Eliza Lake, at Newport. Amer- 
ican of July 26, 1825 

Louisa, of Swanzey, and James Borden, of 
Fall River, at Swanzey. American of Oct. 11, 1825 

Phebe and John Sisson, both of Portsmouth, 
at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Gammell, March 22, 1826 

Sarah and Michael Eddy, Jr., at Newport, June 4, 1826 

Martha, of Warwick, and Benjamin R. Al- 
len, formerly of Newport, at Scituate, by 
Rev. Mr. Tatem. American of June 20, 1826 

Mary Ann, daughter of late Perry, of New- 
port, and Ira Stillmanj of Hopkinton, at 
Newport, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, Aug. 17, 1826 

Martha Penelope, daughter of Capt. Benja- 
min, and William Read, at Newport, Aug. 31, 1826 

Hannah and Oliver Lapham, at Pawtucket, 

by Rev. Dr. Benedict. American of Oct. 31, 1826 

Elizabeth S., daughter of -late Perry, and 
Jonathan H. Lake, at Newport. Amer- 
ican of Dec. 5, 1826 

Isaac and Charlotte W. Hubbard, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. 2, 1827 

Wanton T. and Sarah Ann Winslow, at New- 
port. American of Jan. 8, 1828 

Abiel B. and Julia S. Hazard, daughter of 

Carder, Esq., at Norwich, Ct. American of Feb. 19, 1828 

Abiel and Helen M. W. Nichols, at North 
Kingstown, Sept. 11, 1828 

Betsey and George Sherman, both of and at 
Pawtucket, • Oct. 6, 1828 

George and Betsey Sherman, both of and at 

Pawtucket, Oct. 6, 1828 

George, of Providence, and Anstress J. Kaull, 
of Newport, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering, Oct. 23, 1828 

Mary C.and Thomas Byrns, of East Bridge- 
water, at Marshfield. American of Dec. 23, 1828 

George and Harriet Peckham, of Portsmouth, 
at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Norris, Dec. 31, 1828 

Abigail, daughter of late Samuel, and Abra- 
ham Davis, of Fairhaven, Mass., at Friends' 
Meeting House, Portsmouth, Dec. 9, 1829 

Mary Ann, of Providence, and George B. 
Thomas, of Wickford, at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Phillips. American of Dec. 29, 1829 

Thomas and Mary A. S. Dyer, at Boston. 

American of April 6, 1830 



326 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

SIBLEY Royal, merchant, ofiAugusta, Ga., and 
Lucretia Carter, of and at Uxbridge, Mass. 
American of Nov. 5. 1819 

Amory, of Augusta, Ga., and Caroline Bos- 
worth, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson. American of Oct. 28, 1825 

Susannah and Nehemiah Scarborough, both 
of and at Providence. American of June 28, 1822 

Josiah, of Augusta, Ga., and Sarah Ann 
Sophia Crapon, eldest daughter of late 
William, of Providence, at Baltimore, by 
Rev. Mr. Dunkin, July 25, 1831 

SIJOURNEY Charles, Esq., of Hartford, and 
Lydia Huntley, the poetess, at Norwich, 
Ct. American of July 6, 1819 

Mary and Job Froling, Esq., at Boston. Amer- 
ican of May 30, 1823 

Jane Carter and Rev. Frederick A. Farley, 
pastor of Second Unitarian Church, Prov- 
idence, at Boston, by Rev. Dr. Channing, May 27, 1830 
SILK William and Lucinda Tow, both of and at 

St. Clair, Penn., by Rev. Francis Herron, Aug. 23, 1827 
SILLIMON Prof. Benjamin, of Yale College, 
and Harriet Trumbull, daughter of the 
late Gov. Trumbull, at Lebanon, Ct. 
American of Oct. 10, 1809 

SILLOWAY Jacob and Caroline M. Mason, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Brown. American of Oct. 31, 1826 

SIMMONS John and Mrs. Matilda Castle, daugh- 
ter of Capt. Philip, at Narragansett. 
American of March 31, 1809 

Lewis and Nancy Hopkins, at North Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Sprague. American of March 8, 1814 

Eliza Hall, daughter of Davis, of Little Comp- 
ton, and Jonathan Brownell, of Westport, 
at Little Compton, by Rev. Mr. Sheperd. 
American of Nov. 10, 1815 

David and Mary Potter, both of and at 
Johnston, Sept. 8, 1816 

Mrs. Sally and John T. Jackson, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, April 20, 1818 

Prudence and John Church, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, Sept. 6, 1818 

Mary and Amasa Borden, both of and at Tiv- 
erton. American of Nov. 12, 1819 

Keziah, daughter of Darius, Esq., and Charles 
Bundy, at Thompson, Ct. American of April 14, 1820 

James F., of Cumberland, and Eliza Randall, 
daughter of Samuel, Esq., at Johnston, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 26, 1820 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 327 

SIMMONS Susan S., eldest daughter of Edward, 
and Stephen Goddard, at Newport. Amer- 
ican of Dec. 8, 1820 

George and Abby Thurber, daughter of 

Relief, both of and at Providence, Sept. 16, 1821 

Deborah L. and Arthur Farrier, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Oathman, July 14, 1822 

George E. and Eunice C. Eddy, daughter of 
Benjamin, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, April 13, 1823 

Mary Ann, and Robert W. Foster, by Rev. 

Mr. Brown, at Providence. American of Aug. 8, 1823 

Martin and Joanna Eldredge Wilcox, daugh- 
ter of Leonard, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, Aug. 12, 1823 

Susan and Philip King, at Tiverton. Amer- 
ican of Oct. 17, 1823 

William Henry and Sylvana Snow, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 17, 1824 

Ann, daughter of Edward, Esq., and Anthony 
Manuel, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Gam- 
mell, Nov. 6, 1825 

Henry S. and Susan Bellows, both of Johns- 
ton, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 4, 1825 

Clarissa M., of Scituate, and John H. Haw- 
kins, of Providence, at Warwick, Jan. 8, 1826 

Mary B., of Providence, and James H. 
Hodge, of Boston, at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, April 16, 1826 

Pardon, of Providence, and Hannah Peckham, 

of and at Little Compton. American of May 11, 1827 

Cynthia Y., daughter of late Thomas, of 
Providence, and Peter B. Rockwell, Esq., 
of and at Macon, Ga., by Rev. Mr. Stiles, May 30, 1827 

Sybil v., daughter of Harvey, of Providence, 
and Capt. Abraham B. Carey, of New 
York, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, July 16, 1827 

William T. and Caroline H. Wilson, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Aug. 14, 1827 

George Clinton and Ruth Angell, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 3, 1827 

Calvin and Bernice Diman, only daughter of 
William, at Bristol, by Rev. Bishop Gris- 
wold, Sept. 16, 1827 

Susan W. and Gideon Gifford, at Bristol, by 

Rev. Mr. Virgm. American of Dec. 11,1827 

Harriet C. and William R. Searle, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 11, 1828 

Abby and William Bowen, at Warren, Amer- 
ican of Nov. 18, 1828 



326 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



SIBLEY Royal, merchant, of Augusta, Ga., and 
Lucretia Carter, of and at Uxbridge, Mass. 
American of 

Amory, of Augusta, Ga., and Caroline Bos- 
worth, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson. American of 

Susannah and Nehemiah Scarborough, both 
of and at Providence. American of 

Josiah, of Augusta, Ga., and Sarah Ann 
Sophia Crapon, eldest daughter of late 
William, of Providence, at Baltimore, by 
Rev. Mr. Dunkin, 
SIJOURNEY Charles, Esq., of Hartford, and 
Lydia Huntley, the poetess, at Norwich, 
Ct. American of 

Mary and Job Froling, Esq., at Boston. Amer- 
ican of 

Jane Carter and Rev. Frederick A. F"arley, 
pastor of Second Unitarian Church, Prov- 
idence, at Boston, by Rev. Dr. Channing, 
SILK William and Lucinda Tow, both of and at 

St. Clair, Penn., by Rev. Francis Herron, 
SILLIMON Prof. Benjamin, of Yale College, 
and Harriet Trumbull, daughter of the 
late Gov. Trumbull, at Lebanon, Ct. 
American of 
SILLOWAY Jacob and Caroline M. Mason, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Brown. American of 
SIMMONS John and Mrs. Matilda Castle, daugh- 
ter of Capt. Philip, at Narragansett. 
American of 

Lewis and Nancy Hopkins, at North Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Sprague. American of 

Eliza Hall, daughter of Davis, of Little Comp- 
ton, and Jonathan Brownell, of Westport, 
at Little Compton, by Rev. Mr. Sheperd. 
American of 

David and Mary Potter, both of and at 
Johnston, 

Mrs. Sally and John T. Jackson, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Prudence and John Church, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 

Mary and Amasa Borden, both of and at Tiv- 
erton. American of 

Keziah, daughter of Darius, Esq., and Charles 
Bundy, at Thompson, Ct. American of 

James F., of Cumberland, and Eliza Randall, 
daughter of Samuel, Esq., at Johnston, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, 



Nov. S, 1819 

Oct. 28, 1825 
June 28, 1822 

July 25, 1831 

July 6, 1 8 19 
May 30, 1823 

May 27, 1830 
Aug. 23, 1827 

Oct. 10, 1809 

Oct. 31, 1826 

March 31, 1809 
March 8, .1814 

Nov. 10, 181 5 
Sept. 8, 1 8 16 

April 20, 1 81 8 
Sept. 6, 1818 

Nov. 12, 1819 

April 14, 1820 

Oct. 26, 1820 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 327 

SIMMONS Susan S., eldest daughter of Edward, 
and Stephen Goddard, at Newport. Amer- 
ican of Dec. 8, 1820 

George and Abby Thurber, daughter of 

Relief, both of and at Providence, Sept. 16, 1821 

Deborah L. and Arthur Farrier, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Oathman, July 14, 1822 

George E. and Eunice C. Eddy, daughter of 
Benjamin, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, April 13, 1823 

Mary Ann, and Robert W. Foster, by Rev. 

Mr. Brown, at Providence. American of Aug. 8, 1823 

Martin and Joanna Eldredge Wilcox, daugh- 
ter of Leonard, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, Aug. 12, 1823, 

Susan and Philip King, at Tiverton. Amer- 
ican of Oct. 17, 1823 

William Henry and Sylvana Snow, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 17, 1824 

Ann, daughter of Edward, Esq., and Anthony 
Manuel, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Gam- 
mell, Nov. 6, 1825 

Henry S. and Susan Bellows, both of Johns- 
ton, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 4, 1825 

Clarissa M., of Scituate, and John H. Haw- 
kins, of Providence, at Warwick, Jan. 8, 1826 

Mary B., of Providence, and James H. 
Hodge, of Boston, at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, April 16, 1826 

Pardon, of Providence, and Hannah Peckham, 

of and at Little Compton. American of May 11, 1827 

Cynthia Y., daughter of late Thomas, of 
Providence, and Peter B. Rockwell, Esq., 
of and at Macon, Ga., by Rev. Mr. Stiles, May 30, 1827 

Sybil v., daughter of Harvey, of Providence, 
and Capt. Abraham B. Carey, of New 
York, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, July 16, 1827 

William T. and Caroline H. Wilson, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Aug. 14, 1827 

George Clinton and Ruth Angell, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 3, 1827 

Calvin and Bernice Diman, only daughter of 
William, at Bristol, by Rev. Bishop Gris- 
wold, Sept. 16, 1827 

Susan W. and Gideon Gifford, at Bristol, by 

Rev. Mr. Virgm. American of Dec. 11,1827 

Harriet C. and William R. Searle, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. ii, 1828 

Abby and William Bowen, at Warren. Amer- 
ican of Nov. 18, 1828 



328 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



SIMMONS Sarah Jane Amelia, daughter of the 
late Thomas, of Charleston, S. C, and Dr. 
Henry N. Wheaton, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Waterman, 

John, of Providence, and Betsey Allen, of 
Bristol, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Bene- 
dict, 

Robey, of Somerset, and Philip Smith, of 
Fall River, at Somerset, by Rev. Mr. 
Slade. American of 

Joseph and Sarah Allen, at Boston. Ameri- 
can of 

Hiram and Susan Mills, at Boston. Ameri- 
can of 

Nancy, daughter of late Capt. Nathaniel B., 
and Benjamin Earle, publisher Fall River 
Monitor, at Fall River, by Rev. Mr. Smith. 
American of 

Otis and Sally E. Hooper, at Swanzey, by 
Rev. Mr. Baker, 
SIMONDS Lieut. Lewis Edwards, U. S. Navy, 
and Joanna Maxwell, ninth daughter of 
James, Esq., both of Warren, at Swanzey, 
by Rev. Mr. Baker. American of 

Susan and Levi Lake, of Lexton, at Boston. 
American of 

Mary G., of Salem, and James G. Gallagher, 
of New York. American of 
SIMONS Sophia and Lieut. Joseph Mason, Jr., 
U. S. Army, at Newport. American of 

Christiana Harris, daughter of late Major 
James, and Daniel T. Herriot, Esq., at 
Charleston, S. C. American of 

William, Jr., editor of the Patriot, and Me- 
hitable Greene, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Edes, 

James, of Troy, Mass., and Charlotte Vose, 
of and at Providence, 

Elizabeth and Paul Cooke, both of and at 
Fall River, by Rev. Mr. Fowler, 
SIMPSON Thomas, of the Island of Jamaica, 
and Miss Sidney Cutts Stasey, of Boston, 
in this town, 

George W., of South Boston, and Caroline 
Witherell, at Norton, 

Fanny H. and Levi Bates, at Boston. Ameri- 
can of 

Fanny and Levi Bates, at Boston. American 
of 



Nov. 27, 1828 

Dec. 7, 1828 

Dec. 30, 1828 

Sept. 25, 1829 

Dec. I, 1829 

Dec. 10, 1830 
Dec. 12, 1830 

Nov. 9, 1827 

Dec. 8, 1829 

Feb. 19, 1830 

Sept. 20, 1814 

Dec. 27, 1822 

Nov. 29, 1827 
Oct. 30, 1828 
May 22, 1832 

June II, 181 1 

Nov. 7, 1825 

March 19, 1830 

March 26, 1830 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



329 



SINGLETON Mary Rebecca, daughter of Rich- 
ard, Esq., of Sumpter District, S. C, and 
Hon. George McDuffie, at Charleston, by 
Rev. Mr. Converse, 
SINKINGS Mary, daughter of the late Arnold, 
and Silas Gardiner, at Newport. Ameri- 
can of 
SISSON Peleg and Abigail Irish, at Portsmouth. 
American of 

Harriet and William Fales, all of and at Bris- 
tol, Ly Bishop Griswold, 

John arid Mary Brownell, at Little Compton. 
American of 

Alice A., daughter of Asa, of Coventry, and 
James Scott, of North Providence, at 
Smithfield. American of 

Maria Maxfield, daughter of Freeborn, of 
Warren, and Robert N. Ames, of Provi- 
dence, at Warren, by Rev. Bishop Griswold, 

Ruth B., of Portsmouth, and Joseph Salis- 
bury, of and at Tiverton. American of 

Isaac and Ann Head, both of Portsmouth, at 
Newport. American of 

Catharine and John Stevens, at Newport. 
American of 

Robert C. and Rhoda Anthony, daughter of 
Peckham, of Middletown, at Newport. 
American of 

Susan and Capt. George Wheaton, both of 
and at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Welch, 

John and Phebe Sherman, both of Ports- 
mouth, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Gammell, 

Col. James G., of Richmord, and Margaret 
G. Bailey, of West Greenwich, at Warwick, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Joseph and Patience T. Wilbour, daughter of 
Hon. Isaac, late Lieut. Governor and Chief 
Justice of this State, at Little Compton, 
by Rev. Amos Binney. American of 

Rebecca, daughter of Esek S., and Charles 
H. Salisbury, at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rex- 
ford, 

Joseph, of Coventry, and Louisa Matteson, 
of and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Smith. 
American of 

Eliza, of Smithfield, and Samuel Smith, of 
North Providence, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Pickermg, 

Catharine and Benjamin Barton, Jr., at War- 
ren. American of 



May 27, 1829 

Jan. 28, 1820 

Nov. IS, 1808 

March 21, 181 1 

Nov. 10, 1820 

May 17, 1822 

May 26, 1822 

July 12, 1822 

July 7, 1823 

Sept. i6, 1823 

Sept. 28, 1824 

Jan. 10, 1825 

March 22, 1826 

Jan. 4, 1827 

Aug. 17, 1827 

Sept. 27, 1827 

Nov. 5 3, 1827 

Nov. 22, 1827 
Dec. 14, 1827 



330 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

SISSON Martha Champlain and William Carr, 

of Portsmouth. American of April 4, 1828 

William, of Fall River, and Rowena T, Rich- 
mond, daughter of Dr. Thomas, at West- 
port. American of Jan, 13, 1829 

Phebe L , only daughter of Aaron, of See- 
konk, and Dr. Johnson Gardiner, of Paw- 
tucket, at Seekonk, by Rev. J. O. Barney, June 8, 1829 

Mary and John B. McAlvin, at Charlestown. 

American of July 27, 1830 

Ruth and Samuel E. Sherman,at Portsmouth. 
American of Dec. 28, 1830 

Joseph and Belinda Perry, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Waterman, April 24, 1831 

Sarah G., daughter of Haile M., Esq., of 
Warren, and George B. Dean, of Provi- 
dence, at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Jan. 2, 1832 

Lydia, daughter of Haile M., Esq., and Ste- 
phen Mason, both of Warren, at Provi- 
dence, June 4, 1832 

George, of Warren, and Eliza Ann Mason, 
daughter of Benajah, of and at Swanzey, by 
Rev. Mr. Hathaway. American of Jan. 25, 1833 

SITZRIEVES Rev. Samuel, Rector of St. 
Stephen's Church, Wilkesbarre, and Miss 
Anna Lyman, daughter of late Gen. Will- 
iam, of Massachusetts, at Philadelphia. 
American of Dec. 26, 1823 

SKELDING James, of New York, merchant, 
and Letitia Ferris, daughter of Joshua, 
Esq., of and at Greenwich, Ct., Dec. i, 1828 

SKETTLE Phebe, of Newport, and John Ed- 
wards, of Shrewsbury, Mass., at Newport. 
American of July 27, 1824 

SKIFF George W., of Royalston, and Susan 
Baker, of Barnstable, at Pawtucket, by 
Rev. Dr. Benedict, Nov. 2, 1828 

Sarah P. and Timothy B. Williams, Jr., both 
of and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Frieze. 
American of Nov. 17, 1829 

SKILLMAN Edward Hunt, merchant, of St. 
Francisville, La., and Margaretta Gray 
Tharburn, second daughter of late Rob- 
ert, of and at New York, by Rev. Dr. Mc- 
Auley, July 8, 1829 

SKILLING Ruth and Herman Mann, Jr., at 

Dedham. American of July 6, 1819 

SKINNER William, Esq., of Boston, and Sarah 
Bowen, daughter of Dr. William, of and at 
this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, May 14, 1816 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 331 

SKINNER William, of Woodstock, Ct., and Ann 
Sessions, daughter of Darius, Esq., of and 
at Thompson, by Rev. Mr. Dowe, June 12, 1816 

Herbert, of Mansfield, and Lydia P. Lincoln, 

of Norton, at Taunton. American of Oct. i, 1824 

Elizabeth L., of Winsor, Vt., and Baron 
Stowe, editor of the Columbian Star at 
Washington, at Winsor, Sept. 7, 1825 

Elias and Nichols, both of and at 

Taunton, Oct. 18, 1826 

Otis, of Mansfield, and Sarah Webber, of 
and at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Vernon, July 5, 1831 

SKIPWITH Miss .eldest daughter of 

Fulwar, Esq., and Thomas Bolliney Rob- 
ertson, Governor of Louisiana, at Baton 
Rouge. American of May 22, 1821 

SLACK Samuel and Julia Ann Gardiner, daugh- 
ter of Nicholas R., at Providence. Ameri- 
can of Dec. 28, 1 82 1 

Granville and Eliza C. Brown, at St. Paul's 

Church, Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, Oct. 13, 1822 

Abby Ann G., of Pawtucket, and William A. 
Sheperd, of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Edes, Sept. 28, 1823 

Dr. David B. and Susan W. Jackson, at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, June 23, 1828 

Mary Ann, of Roxbury, and Henry R. Han- 
cock, of Boston, at Roxbury, by Rev. Dr. 
Pearce. American of Dec. 18, 1829 

Rebecca P. and David Melville, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Aug. 15, 1830 

SLADE Mary S. and Simeon A. Winslow, at 

Slatersville. American of Dec. 12, 1823 

Philip A., of North Providence, and Hannah 
D. Patterson, of and at Smithfield. Amer- 
ican of Aug. 20, 1824 

Charlotte, eldest daughter of Col. Jonathan, 
and William C. Van Doom, at Bristol, by 
Rev. Mr. Wight, Oct. 30, 1827 

Brayton, of Fall River, and Hannah Lmcoln, 
daughter of Luther, of Norton, at Taunton, 
at Friends' Meeting House, April 30, 1829 

Benjamin B. and Betsey B. Franklin, both of 
and at Franklin. American of Sept. 29, 1829 

Sarah B. and John Foss, both of and at 

Smithfield, by Asa Winsor, Esq., Dec. 6, 1829 

Ira P. and Lydia H. Munro, at Bristol, March 4, 1832 

Mrs. Phebe, of Swanzey, and John R. Water- 
man, of Providence, at Swanzey, by Rev. 
Mr. Slade, Jan. i, 1833 



332 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



SLATER Mary, of Pawtucket, and Joseph Buck- 

lin, of Ludlow, Mass., at Pawtucket, by Rev. 

Mr. Blake, Feb.22, 1816 

Samuel, Esq., of North Providence, and Mrs. 

Esther Parkinson, of and at Philadelphia, 

by Rev. Dr. Pillmore, • N0V.J21, 1817 

Leonard and Mary b\ Ide, at Worcester, May 29, 1826 

John, of Oxford, and Sarah J. Tiffany, eldest 

daughter of Lyman, of and at Boston, by 

Rev. Mr. Sharp, Nov. 30, 1827 

Elizabeth, daughter of John, Esq., of Slaters- 

ville, and Dr. Elisha Bartlett, of Lowell, 

Mass., at Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Taft, May 28, 1829 

SLATTER Lemuel D., of Milledgeville, Ga., 

and Polly Smith, of and at Glocester. 

American of Dec. 17, 1822 

SLEEPER Catharine P. and George William 

Gordon, of Boston, at Portsmouth, by Rev. 

Mr. Putnam, June 22, 1830 

SLEWMAN John and Chloe Bassett, both of 

and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, Nov. 19, 181; 

SLIBBENS Lydia H. and Ira Belcher, at Smith- 

' field. American of Jan. 22, 1828 

SEIDELL Jane, daughter of John, Esq., and 

Lieut. Matthew Calvert Perry, U.S. Navy, 

at Newport. American of Dec. 30, 1814 

SLOCUM Sarah, daughter of William, and Capt. 

Christopher Vars, at Middletown. Amer- 
ican of Feb. 7, 1809 
Borden, Esq., and Mary Lawton, daughter of 

Adam, at Portsmouth, Nov. 10, 1814 

Col. Samuel and Susan Stanton, daughter of 

John, Esq , at Richmond, R. L American 

of Jan. 16, 1818 

William, Jr., and Hannah Young, both of and 

at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, March 7, 1819 

Susan W., of Seekonk, and William Freebody, 

of Newport, at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. 

Pitman. American of Aug. 24, 1819 

Benjamin T., of Warwick, and Parthenia 

Brayton, eldest daughter of Benjamin, for- 
merly of Warren, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. 

Mr. Curtis, Nov. 14, 1819 

Mary Ann, of Warwick, and Christopher W. 

Sprague, of and at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. 

Tatem, April 6, 1820 

Nancy, of Pawtuxet, and Cyrus Pratt, of and 

at Boston, by Rev. Mr. Sharp. American of Sept. 19, 1820 
Elizabeth, of Seekonk, and Marcus Elderkin, 

of Providence, at Seekonk, by Rev. Mt. 

Pitman, May 24, 1821 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 



333 



SLOCUM George and Eliza Manchester, both of 

and at Tiverton, Aug. 5, 1821 

Mrs. Marian, of Warwick, and Simeon Pot- 
ter, of Foster, at Warwick. American of June 11, 1822 

Samuel, of North Providence, and Lucy Ca- 
hoone, of and at Smithfield. American of Aug. 15, 1823 

Susan N. and. James B. White, both of Bris- 
tol, at Warren. American of Aug. 26, 1823 

Sarah, daughter of late John, and Enos 
Gibbs, both of Portsmouth, at Newport. 
American of Sept. 23, 1823 

Eason, of Seekonk, and Mazell Gregory, of 
and at Freetown. American of Nov. 9, 1824 

Ellery and Celia A. Smith, at Killingly, Ct. 
American of Oct. 11, 1825 

Mary, of Valley Falls, and William Freeman, 
of Attleboro, at Valley Falls, by Rev. Dr. 
Benedict. American of Nov. 14, 1826 

George W., of Portsmouth, and Susan Gould, 
of Middletown, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 
Eddy, Julys. '82; 

James Y. and Ann Fenner, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, March 7, 1828 

Esther, of Scituate, and Samuel S. Robinson, 
of Providence, at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. 
Westcott, April 27, 1828 

Henry W., formerly of Providence, and Can- 
dace Ballon, of and at Chepachet, Nov. 30, 1828 

David E., of Little Compton, and Susan D. 
Towne, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Sanborn, Dec. 25, 1828 

John, of Concord, N. H., and Priscilla Bott, 

at Salem. American of June 18, 1830 

Cynthia and Tillinghast Auker, at New Bed- 
ford. American of July 30, 1 830 

Rhoby and William Madison, at New Bed- 
ford. American of July 30, 1830 

Mrs. Dorcas and George Woodward, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Kilbourne, Nov. 28, 1830 

Samuel, of Pawtuxet, and Huldah Gibbs, of 
Coventry, at Providence, May 30, 1832 

SLOANE J. Henry and Angeline E. Jessup, at 

New York. American of Sept. 25, 1829 

SLOVER Eliza A., of Newbern, N. C, and Da- 
rius C. Allen, formerly of Providence, at 
Newbern, May i, 1827 

SMALL Rhoda, of Smithfield, and Leonard 
Nickerson, of Seekonk, at Pawtucket. 
American of July 24, 1 823 

Mrs. Naoma, aged 45, and Daniel Mason, 
aged 18, at Bristol. American of Dec. 26, 1828 



334 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



SMALLEY James, of Providence, and Cynthia 
H. Palmer, of and at Stafford Springs, Ct., 
by Rev. Mr. Smith, 
SMART Sarah S. and Perley Hall, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Andrew M., of New York, and Abigail H. 
Sylvester, of Newport, at Middletown, R. 
I., by Rev. Mr. Eddy, 

Mary S. and Timothy Crosby, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Andrew M. and Emily Brown, both of and at 
Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Frieze, 

Abigail and Austin Smith, at Boston. Amer- 
can of 
SMITH Sarah, of Watertown, Ct., and Lemuel 
Williams, Jr., Esq., attorney at law, of 
New Bedford, Mass., at Watertown. Amer- 
ican of 

Allen, of Dighton, and Lydia Wardwell, 
daughter of Col. Samuel, at Bristol, by 
Rev. Mr. Wight, 

Hannah, second daughter of Stephen, Jr., of 
Dighton, and Hezekiah Anthony, of this 
town, at Dighton, Mass. American of 

Sidney B. (sic), and William Angell, in this 
town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Sophia, daughter of the late Capt. Simon, of 
this town, and Ebenezer Frothingham, of 
Boston, in this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Patience, and Robert W. Hickes, at New- 
port. American of 

Sarah, daughter of Nehemiah, and Lemuel 
Angell, all of and at North Providence, 

William and Mary Jeffers, at Newport. Amer- 
ican of 

Eliza, daughter of the late Christopher, of 
Cranston, and Chester Blashfield, in this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. American of 

Amey and Martin Benson, at North Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Ellis. American of 

Capt. Reuben, Jr., of Pawtuxet, and Sally 
Case, daughter of Nathaniel, of and at 
North Providence, 

Thomas and Maria A. Bowen, daughter of 
Dr. Joseph, at Glocester, 

Fanny and Enos Litchfield, married by Rev. 
Mr. Pipon, all of and at Taunton, 

Mary, second daughter of the late Charles, of 
this town, and Joseph Capron, of Cumber- 
land, at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 



Nov. 12, 1826 
Aug. 27, 1823 

Aug. 6, 1826 
Aug. 23, 1827 
Nov. 26, 1829 
Dec. II, 1829 

Jan. 27, 1809 

Nov. 29, 1809 

Jan. 9, 1810 
March 12, 1810 

April 8, 1810 

May I, 1810 

Dec. 3, 1810 

April 12, 181 1 

April 30, 181 1 
May 31, 1811 

Nov. 13, 1811 

March 29, 1812 

May 10, 1812 

Junes, '812 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



335 



SMITH Christopher and Mrs. Nelly Smith, both 

of Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Westcott, July i, 1812 

Mrs. Nelly and Christopher Smith, both of 
Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Westcott, July i, 1812 

Ruth and Major Nathaniel Bullock, both of 

Bristol, at Taunton, Oct. 2, 1812 

Capt. Henry, of Bristol, and Amelia May- 
berry, of and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 
Towle. American of Oct. 16, 1812 

Charles, of Boston, and Elizabeth Fowle, of 

Watertown, in this town, Nov. 20, 1812 

Sarah, daughter of Capt. Reuben, of Paw- 
tuxet, and Timothy Waite, of Northamp- 
ton, Mass., at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. 
Jacobs, Feb. 25, 1813 

Susan Waterman, youngest daughter of the 
late Col. Christopher, of Pawtuxet, and 
Liberty Rawson, of Mendon, Mass., at 
Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Jacobs, March 21, 1813 

Catharine and Timothy Walker, Jr., both of 
Charlestown, Mass, in this town. Ameri- 
can of March 23, 1813 

Huldah and Capt. Allen Stafford, at War- 
wick, by Rev. Mr. Curtis. American of April 13, 1813 

Ruth Charlotte of Providence, and Richard 
H. Dana, of Cambridge, by Rev. Bishop 
Griswold, May 11, 181 3 

Ruth B., of this town, and Richard C. Phil- 
lips, U. S. Navy, at this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Williams, Aug. 16, 1813 

Israel, Jr., of Cranston, and Viahlaty Chap- 
pell, of South Kingstown, at Warwick, by 
Rev. Mr. Littlefield, Oct. 31, 1813 

Amey and Joshua Bacon, in this town, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano. American of Nov. 16, 1813 

James and Abbey Harding, by Rev. Mr. 
Edes, Dec. 20, 1813 

Russell, of Wickford, and Phebe Mann, of 
Cumberland, at Smithfield, by Isaac Com- 
stock, Esq., March 6, 1814 

Eliza, youngest daughter of Hon. Joseph, of 
Warren, and Thomas C. Williams, formerly 
of Newport, at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Baker. 
American of May24, 1814 

Ann, daughter of James, merchant, of Phila- 
delphia, and Joseph Rotch, of, New Bed- 
ford, at Philadelphia. American of June 10, 1814 

Almira and Joseph L. Denise, at Pawtuxet. 
American of June 21, 1814 



336 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



SMITH Rev. Elias, of Portsmouth, N. H., and 

Rachel Thurber, daughter of Samuel, Esq., 

of this town, at Cumberland. American of Sept. 30, 18 14 
Capt. William P., of the cartel Analostan, 

and Julia Bowers, of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 18, 18 14 

Sarah, daughter of Esek, of Smithfield, and 

John Olney, of North Providence, at Smith- 
field, Nov. I, 1814 
Mowry, of Glocester, and Mary Arnold of 

and at this town, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Jan. 16, 1815 

Martin and Henrietta Baker, both of and at 

this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 29, 1815 

John W., of Scituate, and Ruth Collins, 

daughter of Beriah, Esq., of Foster, at 

Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Stone. American of April 18, 1815 
Rev. Preserved, of Warwick, Mass., and Bebe 

M. Richmond, of and at this town, by Rev. 

Mr. Blake, May 18, 1815 

Eliza and Ethelbert R. Billings, merchant, 

both of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wil- 
son, May 25, 1815 
Phebe, of Albany, N. Y., and Joseph Phillips, 

of this town, at Albany. American of June 6, 1815 

Sophia, daughter of Rev. Jonathan, of Men- 
don, and Abijah W. Walcott, of Pawtucket, 

at Mendon, by Rev. Mr. Daggett. Amer- 
ican of Sept. 12, 1 81 5 
Mary, daughter of Albert, of Hanover, Mass., 

and Capt. David Whittier, of New York, 

in this town. American of Oct. 6, 181 5 

Susan W., of Worcester, and Charles G. 

Lester, merchant, of Montreal, U. C, at 

Worcester, by Rev. Dr. Bancroft. Amer- 
ican of Oct. 6, 1815 
Anne and Ezra French, both of and at See- 

konk, by Rev. Mr. Hill, Nov. 30, 1815 

Moses and Anne Perkins, at Cranston, by 

Rev. Mr. Jacobs. American of Dec. 12, 1815 

Aaron, of this town, and Sophia Balcom, of 

and at Uxbridge, by Rev. Mr. Judson, Jan. 11, 1816 

Sarah Augusta, only daughter of Gen. John, 

late U. S. Senator from N. Y., and John L. 

Lawrence, Esq., of New York, at Mastick, 

L. L, June 23, 1816 

Silence, of North Providence, and George B. 

Davis, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, June 25, 1816 

David of this town, and Sarah Weeden, of 

and at New York. American of July 12, 1816 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 



337 



SMITH Capt. Stephen, Jr., of Providence, and 
Mary Ann Tilley, of Newport, daughter of 
Thomas, deceased, at Warwick, by Rev. 
Mr. Curtis, 

John W., of Glocester, and Mercy Ann Har- 
ris, daughter of Stephen, Esq., of and at 
Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Westcott, 

William A. and Lorania M. Luther, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Lydia, daughter of Barney, Esq., and Hon. 
Jonathan Russell, late U. S. Minister to 
Sweden, at Boston, in King's Chapel, by 
Rev. Dr. Freeman, 

Hannah and Thomas Clapp, both of and at 
Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, 

Sarah A. and William R. Frost, both of and 
at Providence, 

Louisa, eldest daughter of Ebenezer, of Bar- 
rington, and Joseph Viall, of Munroe, N. 
Y., at Harrington, by Rev. Luther Wright, 

Capt. Joseph and Esther M. Heath, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Baker. American of 

Rev. Benjamin B. and Betsey Bosworth, only 
daughter of Samuel, Esq., both of and at 
Bristol, by Rt. Rev. Bishop Griswold, 

Mrs. Mary and Lemuel Sturtevant, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 

Paul and Alice Barnes, both of and at Bur- 
rillville, 

Levi and Alvina Hicks, both of Providence, 
at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Blake. Amer- 
ican of 

John K., of Providence, and Mercy Wilbur, 
of and at Smithfield. American of 

Reuben and Lovey Baxter, daughter of 
Shubael, of Yarmouth, Mass., at Pawtuxet, 
by Rev. Mr. Littlefield. American of 

Mary S., formerly of Salem, Mass , and Na- 
than Case, Jr., of and at Pawtucket, by 
Rev. Mr. Benedict, 

Alice C, of Newport, and Caleb Rottee, of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Hannah, of Providence, and Richard Gay, of 
Thompson, Ct., at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano. American of 

Susan, of Johnston, and George Fairbanks, 
of Sudbury, Mass., at Johnston, by Rev. 
Mr. Benedict, 

Mrs Nancy, widow of Col. John, and Reu- 
ben Jenckes, E.sq,, both of and at Cumber- 
land, by Rev. Mr. Potter, 



Sept. 15, 1816 

March 13, 1817 
March 24, 181 7 

April 2, 1 817 
Jan. 18, i8i8 
Feb. 26, 1 818 

April 26, 1 818 
May 12, 1818 

June 4, 1818 
June 18, 1818 
June 22, 1818 

Nov. 6, 1818 
March 23, 1819 

May 7, 1819 

June 13, 1819 
July 19, 1819 

July 30, 1 8 19 

Nov. 15, 1819 

Feb. 10, 1820 



338 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

SMITH Lydia, of Rehoboth, and Joseph How- 
ard, of Taunton, at Attleboro, P^eb. i6, 1820 
Ann, of Bristol, and Rev. Herbert Marshall, 

of Virginia, at Bristol. American of April 7, 1820 

Mrs. Robey, of Smithfield, and Asa Handy, 

of Providence, by Abel Allen, Esq., * April 22, 1820 

Ann Caroline, of South Carolina, and Peter 

Pedersen, Esq., the Danish Minister to the 

United States, at Philadelphia. American 

of May 30, 1820 

Nathaniel and Elizabeth Clarke, daughter of 

Benjamin, at Newport. American of June 13, 1820 

Alanson and Eliza Guild, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, July 2, 1820 

Gamaliel and Louisa Johnson, in Smithiield, Aug. 16, 1820 
Temperance, eldest daughter of Joseph, Jr., 

Esq., and Capt. William Carr, Jr., at War- 
ren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, Sept. 3, 1 820 
George, of Middletown, and Hannah Harts- 
horn, of and at Franklin, Ct. American of Oct. 23, 1820 
Deborah D. and Lowel Woolford, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 29, 1820 

Relief, daughter of Daniel, of Shrewsbury, 

Mass., and Samuel Wesson, of Providence, 

at Shrewsbury, by Rev. Dr. Sumner, Nov. 5, 1820 

Nancy and Lawson D. Maynard, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Nov. 19, 1820 

Rev. Jonathan, of Pawtucket, and Mrs 

Patience Greene, of and at Coventry, by 

Rev. Mr. Benedict, Dec. 18, 1820 

Hannah, daughter of Levi, of Cumberland, 

and Horace Wellman, of Attleboro, at 

Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Potter, Dec. 31, 1820 

Martin and Mary Olney, both of and at 

Providence, Jan. 7, 182 1 

Lemuel and Betsey Williams, both of and at 

Pawtucket. American of Jan. 12, 1821 

Orin and Betsey Dexter, both of and at 

Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, Feb. 4, 1821 

Susan DeWolfe, of Bristol, eldest daughter of 

Barnard, Esq., and Capt. Abraham Greene, 

of Warren, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Rex- 
ford, Feb. 12, 1 82 1 
Capt. Nicholas and Mrs. Urania Sheldon, 

widow of late Thomas, and daughter of late 

Capt. Jonathan Aborn, at Pawtuxet, by 

Rev. Mr. Curtis, March 11, 1821 

Thomas, of Johnston, and Sarah Dyer, of 

Cranston, at Pawtuxet. American of April 3, 182 i 

Jacob Sheafe, Esq., of Gorham, and Tabitha 

Stephenson, at Portland, Me. American of May i, 1821 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 339 

SMITH Relief and Leonard Dean, Jr., at Taun- 
ton. American of June 8, 1821 

Capt. Noah, of South Reading, and Mrs. 
Mary Willard, of Lancaster, Mass., at 
South Reading. American of June 15, 1821 

Noah, Jr., and Hannah Draper Wheaton, 
both of this town, Sept. 6, 1821 

Ruth H., daughter of Giles, of Dartmouth, 
and George W. Baker, of New Bedford, 
at Dartmouth. American of Sept. 25, 182 1 

Reuben and Jane Ann Thompson, both of 
and at Pawtucket. American of Oct. 26, 1821 

Betsey and Amherst Eaton, Jr., at Worces- 
ter. American of Nov. 27, 1821 

Emily, daughter of Major Charles, and An- 
drew A. Williams, merchant, at Wood- 
stock, Ct. American of Nov. 27, 1821 

Capt. Joseph and Nancy Chapman, both of 
and at Pawtuxet. American of Jan. 7, 1822 

Alpheus and Matilda Greene, both of and at 
Pawtuxet. American of Jan. 15, 1822 

Charles, of Providence, and Ann Grinman, 
of Pawtucket, at Providence. American of April 12, 1822 

Lewis G. and Zerviah S. Patt, both of Cum- 
berland, at Providence, American of April 23, 1822 

Rebecca and Nathaniel McCarty, of Wor- 
cester, at Boston. American of May 14, 1822 

Alexander G., Esq., attorney at law, of 
Stonington, and Hannah S. Chandler, of 
and at Pomfret. American of June 18, 1822 

Celia, of Burrillville, and Eddy Keech, of 

Glocester, at Burrillville. American of June 18, 1822 

Prosper and Monica Goodell, at Woodstock, 
Ct. American of June 18, 1822 

Elcey Ann, of North Providence, and Henry 
Butts, of Providence, at North Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Tobey. American of • July 16, 1822 

Capt. Jacob and Ann Borden, at Newport. 

American of Oct. 4, 1822 

Christopher, of New York, and Priscilla P. 
Wilbur, of Middleboro, Mass., at Provi- 
dence. American of Nov. 15, 1822 

Susan S., daughter of Joseph, and Henry 
Battey, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Baker, Nov. 17, 1822 

Abigail, of Smithfield, daughter of John, and 
Alpheus Hawkes, of and at Providence. 
American of Nov. 22, 1822 

Polly, of Glocester, and Lemuel D. Slatter, 
of Milledgeville, Ga., at Glocester. Amer- 
ican of Dec. 17, 1822 



340 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



SMITH Sarah Ann, daughter of Jonathan, and 
William Taggart, Jr., at Newport. Ameri- 
can of 

Sidney B. and Mary C. Gibbs, daughter of 
late Josiah, of Coventry, at Pawtuxet. 
American of 

Electa, of Bristol, and Dr. L. L. Miller, of 
Franklin, Mass., at Bristol. American of 

Maria, daughter of late Capt. Brown Smith, 
and Laban Waterman, at Johnston. Amer- 
ican of 

Polly and Ezra Mason, both of Seekonk, at 
Attleboro. American of 

Phebe C.,of Rehoboth, and Benjamin Cooper, 
of Medfield, Mass., at Rehoboth. Amer- 
ican of Jan. 

Martin, of Scituate, and Mary Smith, of and 
at Smithfield. American of 

Mary, of Smithfield, and Martin Smith, of 
Scituate. at Smithfield. American of 

William T. and Amey Manchester, both of 
and at Providence. American of 

Seba, Jr., Esq., Junior Editor of Eastern 
Argus, and Elizabeth O. Prince, at Port- 
land. American of 

John A., of Bristol, and Sarah M. DeForrest, 
daughter of Mills, Esq , of and at Lem- 
mington, Vt. American of 

Mary, of Rehoboth, and George Lawton, 2d, 
of Seekonk, at Rehoboth. American of 

Edward D. and Mrs. Evelina C. Sprague, 
both of Providence, 

William, of Bristol, and Mary Ann Hiscox, of 
and at Newport, 

John P. and Catharine Eldredge, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Eliza Ann,- daughter of late Benedict, and 
William S. Clarke, at Newport. American 
of 

Content and Elias Parry, at Taunton. Amer- 
ican of 

Mary W., daughter of Capt. Benjamin, of 
Pawtuxet, and William Hovey, of New 
York, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, 

Rev. Preserved, of Warwick, Mass., and Tri- 
phena Goldsboro, of and at Taunton. 
American of 

Abner and Mary Peckham, daughter of Wil- 
liam S., both of and at Middletown. Amer- 
ican of 



Dec. 31, 1822 

Dec. 31, 1822 
Jan. 3, 1823 

Jan. 7, 1823 
Jan. 24, 1823 

21 and 31, 1823 

Feb. II, 1823 

Feb. II, 1823 

March 7, 1823 

March 18, 1823 

May 20, 1823 

May 20, 1823 

July 13, 1823 

Sept. 16, 1823 

Sept. 18, 1823 

Oct. 3, 1823 
Oct. 1.0, 1823 

Oct. 13, 1823 

Oct. 24, 1823 

Nov. 1 8, 1823 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 



341 



SMITH Benjamin R., of Providence, and Mary 
L. Stiles, of and at Columbia Co., O. Amer- 
ican of 

Samuel W., Esq., only son of Robert, Esq., 
formerly Secretary of State, and Eleanor 
S. Donnell, second daughter of John, Esq., 
at Washington, D. C. American of 

Mary J., daughter of late Col. Malancton, U. 
S. Army, and Lieut. George F. Lindsey, 
of U. S. Marine Corps, at Plattsburg. Penn. 
American of 

Coomer and Celia Mathewson, youngest 
daughter of Elisha, Esq., both of and at 
Scituate. American of 

Lucy, of Shrewsbury, and Phinehas Wesson, 
of Providence, at Shrewsbury. American of 

William and Mary F. Brownell, of Middle- 
town, at Newport. American of 

Samuel, of Hampton, and Sarah Hall, of and 
at Mansfield. American of 

William, of South Kingstown, and Mary 
Lawton, daughter of Isaac, of Portsmouth, 
at Newport. American of 

Sarah, daughter of Col. Clemmons, and 
Christopher Fenner, both of and at Scitu- 
ate. American of 

Elisha and Mrs. Sarah Barney, at Newport. 
American of 

Elisha and Mrs. Sarah Barney, at Newport.- 
American of 

Olive Bicknell, daughter of Nathaniel, of Bar- 
rington, and Rev. Rufus Babcock, ]r., of 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., at Barrington, 

Ezekiel, 2d, and Sally Pike, of North Provi- 
dence, at Rehoboth. American of 

Ezra, Jr., of New Bedford, Mass., and Mary 
W. Wood, of and at Fairhaven, .Mass. 
American of 

Rachal R , of Rehoboth, and Calvin Martin, 
Esq., of Seekonk, at Rehoboth, 

Elizabeth H., of Newport, and Nathaniel 
Waldron, of and at Bristol. American of 

John F., of North Providence, and Amey 
Angell, of Smithfield, daughter of late 
Thomas, at said place. American of 

Elisha and Melissa Smith, daughter of late 
Esek, both of and at Smithfield. Amer- 
ican of 

Melissa, daughter of late Esek, and Elisha 
Smith, both of and at Smithfield. Amer- 
ican of 



Nov. 25, 1823 
Nov. 25, 1823 

Dec. 19, 1823 

Jan. 2, 1824 

Feb. 27, 1824 

March 26, 1824 

March 30, 1824 

March 30, 1824 

April 20, 1824 

April 27, 1824 

May 4, 1824 

May II, 1824 
June 8, 1824 

June 18, 1824 
Sept. 16, 1824 
Nov. 23, 1824 

Dec. 14, 1824 

Jan. 28, 1825 

Jan. 28, 1825 



342 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

SMITH John B., of New Bedford, and Mehitable 

Hathorne, of and at Boston, April S, 1825 

Hannah and Gen. Caleb Burbank, at Mill- 
bury, Mass. American of April 8, 1825 
Elizabeth P. and Charles Richards, at Sharon, 

Mass, April 12, 1825 

Lydia, eldest daughter of Jeremiah, and 

George W. C. Jenckes, both of and at 

Smithfield. American of May 3, 1825 

Alice and Jonah Steere, at Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, May 15, 1825 

Edwin and Mary Taylor, both of Middletown, 

at Newport. American of June 7, 1825 

Charles G., of Rhode Island, and Eliza B. 

Standish, at Preston, Ct. American of July 26, 1825 

Elizabeth, daughter of Abraham, Esq., and 

Wing Russell, at Friends' Meeting House, 

New Bedford. American of Sept. 16, 1825 

James and Eliza Ann Hudson, daughter of 

late William, at Newport. American of Oct. 4, 1825 

Celia A. and Ellery Slocum, at Killingly, Ct. 

American of Oct. il, 1825 

George K. and Prudence Drowne, both of 

and at Barrington, by Rev. Mr. Wood, Oct. 24, 1825 

Julia Ann, of North Providence, and Silas 

Hall, Jr., of Providence, at said former 

place, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Dec. 6, 1825 

Daniel, of North Providence, and Lavina 

Bliss, of Seekonk, at Olneyville, by Rev. 

Mr. Cheney, Dec. 11, 1825 

Anna, of Worcester, and James P. Bullard, 

of Holden, at Worcester, by Rev. Mr. Go- 
ing. American of March 17, 1826 
James and Betsey Phillips, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, April 6, 1826 

Asha, eldest daughter of Daniel, of North 

Providence, and Nathaniel Angell, at 

North Providence, by Rev. Mr. Cheney, April 9, 1826 

Harriet S. C, of Middleboro, and Elbridge 

G. Williams, of Raynham, at Taunton. 

American of April 14, 1826 

Scott, of Providence, and Rachal Martin, of 

and at Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Ferguson. 

American of April 28, 1826 

Caroline, of Norfolk Street, Strand, second 

surviving daughter of late Samuel, of Altin 

Hunts, and Thomas Robinson Williams, 

Esq., of Newport, at London, England, May 4, 1826 

Amey, daughter of Hazel, of North Provi- 
dence, and George B. Bishop, of Smithfield, 

at said former place, by Rev. Mr. Cheney, July 6, 1826 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 343 

SMITH Susan, daughter of late Job, Esq., and 
Hon. Nathan Brown, at Johnston, by Rev. 
Mr. Cheney, July 16, 1826 

Frances R., daughter of Capt. Stephen B., of 
Pawtuxet, and Caleb Carr, of Warren, at 
Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, Aug. 10, 1826 

Mary A., daughter of Capt. Simeon, Jr., of 
Pawtuxet, and Edward Remington, of 
Providence, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. 
Shurtleff, Sept. 4, 1826 

Almira, of East Haven, and Rev. Erastus 

Maltby, of Taunton, at East Haven, Sept. 7, 1826 

Mary A , daughter of Capt. Simeon, Jr., and 
Edward Remington, of Providence, at Paw- 
tucket. American of Sept. 15, 1826 

Julia Ann and James Munro, at Warren. 

American of Oct. 24, 1826 

Priscilla, daughter of Jesse, and Henry 

Sprout, at Taunton, by Rev. Dr. Malaby, Nov. 9, 1826 

Abigail S., daughter of Rev. Jonathan, and 

Joseph Essex, at Coventry. American of Nov. 30, 1826 

Benjamin and Abigail Teel, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 24, 1826 

Joseph, 3d, Esq., and Elizabeth Eddy, daugh- 
ter of Capt. Caleb, at Warren. American of Jan. 16, 1827 

Dr. Jarvis J., of Burrillville, and Amanda 
Angell, eldest daughter of James, of and 
at North Providence, by Rev. Mr. Cheney, April 17, 1827 

Joseph and Rhoda Cudworth, both of and at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Greene, July 11, 1827 

Cyrus H. and Ann Hayford, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, July 19, 1827 

Mary, of Cranston, and Capt. Joseph L. Den- 
nis, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Kent, July 23, 1827 

Pelatiah, Jr., of Bellingham, and Julia Bates, 
of and at Mendon, by Rev. Mr. Daggett, Aug. 14, 1827 

Daniel, of Cumberland, and Mary Ann Aid- 
rich, of and at Smithfield, by Thomas 
Mann, Esq., Sept. 23, 1827 

Albert T. F. and Emma J. Dunn, daughter 
of late Capt. Bernon, at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. 3, 1 827 

Maria Antoinette, of Pawtuxet, and Jacob 
Carter, Jr., of Georgetown, D. C., at 
Washington, D. C, Oct. 4, 1827 

Joseph and Phebe Chace, at Somerset. Amer- 
ican of Oct. 9, 1827 

Amos Denison and Sarah Ann Franklin, eld- 
est daughter of Henry P., both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 7, 1827 



344 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



SMITH Rebecca S., of Providence, and Rufus 
Burton, of Somersworth, N. H., at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

Mary A., daughter of Stephen C, Esq, of 
Providence, and Richmond Ellis, of New 
York, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, 

Samuel, of North Providence, and Elza 
Sisson, of Smithfield, at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

Mrs. Amelia and Rev. Alexander Viets Gris- 
wold. Bishop of the Eastern Diocese, at 
Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, at St. 
Michael's Church, 

Hannah and James Campbell, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Kent, 

Roswel] C. and Lois C. Cady, daughter of 
Dea. Josiah, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Waterman, 

Charlotte M., and Welcome Sheldon,at Smith- 
field, by Thomas Mann, Esq. American of 

Betsey and Ashley J . Burdict, at Pawtucket, 
by Rev. Mr. Cutler. American of 

Isabella G., daughter of Andrew, of Wash- 
ington, D. C, and Jacob M. Weaver, of 
Richmond, Va , formerly of Newport, at 
Washington, 

Zelinda, daughter of late Levi, and Amasa 
Cooke, both of and at Cumberland, 

Joseph and Elizabeth Steadman, at Newport, 

Olive, of Taunton, and Granville Stephens, 
of Raynham, at Taunton, 

Kopah C, of Providence, and Ambrose 
Gardiner, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pick- 
ering, 

Mary Ann and Joshua Hathaway, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

Samuel J., senior editor of the Literary Ca- 
det, Providence, and Louisa P. Hickman, 
of and at Newton, Mass., by Rev. Mr. 
Jenckes, 

Anan H. and Mrs. Phebe Stone, daughter of 
Nathan K. Stone, Esq., of Scituate, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, of Warwick, 

Annan A. B. and Phebe Stone, both of and 
at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Philip, of Fall River, and Robey Simmons, 
of and at Somerset, by Rev. Mr. Slade. 
American of 

Joshua and Mehitable Field, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Sanborn, 



Nov. 13, 1827 
Nov. IS, 1827 
Nov. 22, 1827 

Nov. 29, 1827 
Feb. 14, 1828 

Feb. 25, 1828 

March 4, 1828 

March 14, 1828 

June 27, 1828 

July 27, 1828 
Sept. II, 1828 

Oct. 3, 1828 

Oct. 5, 1828 
Oct. 16, 1828 

Nov. 9, 1828 

Nov. 27, 1828 
Nov. 27, 1828 

Dec. 30, 1828 
Feb. 8, 1829 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



345 



SMITH William H. S. and Sarah L. Riddle, both 

of the theatre, at Boston, 
John and Mary Bray ton, at Johnston, by Rev. 

Mr. Manchester. American of 
William A., of Providence, and Sarah Holmes, 

of North Providence, at Pawtucket, by 

Rev. Dr. Benedict, 
Elizabeth, daughter of late Samuel, of Bar- 

rington, and Capt. Edward Tyler Martin, 

of Warren, at Barrington, by Rev. Mr. 

Patrick, 
Obadiah, and Huldah Phetteplace, both of 

and at Smithfield, by Asa Winsor, Esq., 
Amos F. and Martha H. Dwindle, at Salem. 

American of 
Capt. Nathan P., of Salem, and Dorcas C. 

Fay, eldest daughter of Winsor, Esq., at 

Boston. American of 
Austin and Abigail Smart, at Boston. Amer- 
ican of 
Elizabeth, daughter of late Josiah, and Hon. 

Silas Wood, at Huntington, L. I. Amer- 
ican of 
Mary, daughter of Joseph, Jr., Esq., of War- 
ren, and Col. Nathaniel P. Smith, at 

Swanzey, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 
Col. Nathaniel P. and Mary Smith, daughter 

of Joseph, Jr., Esq., of Warren, at Swanzey, 

by Rev. Mr. Baker, 
Origin and Anna C. Taft, at TJxbridge. 

American of 
Ebenezer S. and Adeline Lothrop, at Boston. 

American of 
Stephen and Eliza D. Lothrop, at Boston. 

American of 
Eliza, daughter of late Elisha, and James 

Coddington, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 

Choules, 
Ann A. and David Townsend, Jr., at Wal- 

tham, Mass. American of 
Samuel and Eliza B. Shattuck, at Roxbury. 

American of 
Mary, daughter of Capt. John, and George 

DeWolfe, Jr., son of Gen, George, all late 

of Bristol, at Matanzas, Cuba, 
Mary, daughter of Jeremiah, and Samuel 

Harris, at Smithfield, 
Peter and Charlotte Jane Chace, at Nan- 
tucket. American of 
Sarah and John Dale, at Boston. American of 



March 28, 1829 
April 10, 1829 

April 12, 1829 

Sept. 10, 1829 

Nov. 8, 1829 

Nov. 13, 1829 

Dec. 4, 1829 
Dec. II, 1829 

Jan. 5, 1830 

Jan, 6, 1830 

Jan. 6, 1830 
Jan. 12, 1830 
Feb. S, 1830 
Feb. 5, 1830 

Feb. 21, 1830 

March 12, 1830 

April 20, 1830 

May 7, 1830 

May 20, 1830 

June II, 1830 
July 16, 1830 



346 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

SMITH Benjamin F. and Eliza Winship, at Litch- • 

field. American of July 30, 1830 

Eliza Jane and Thomas Drowne, at Ports- 
mouth, N. H. American of Aug. 3, 1830 

Eliza Jane and Thomas Drowne, at Ports- 
mouth. American of Aug, 6, 1830 

Labon M., of Darien, Ga., and Angelia E. 
Tucker, at Boston. American of Aug. 10, 1830 

Hugh Charles, Esq., of Alexandria, Va., and 
Isabella Reigbtley, third daughter of Archi- 
bald, Esq., of and at Liverpool, Eng. 
American of Sept. 10, 1830 

Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Bernard, of 
Warren, and Hiram Barney, of Pawtucket, 
at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Hathaway. Amer- 
ican of Dec. 3, 1830 

Eliza Ann, of Newburyport, and Thomas 

Christy, at Boston. American of Dec. 7, 1830 

Dencarius H. and Christopher P. Boss, at 

Newport. American of Dec. 28, 1830 

Mrs. Rhoda, 84, and Ebenezer Shelley, 81, 
being fifth wife and fifth husband, at 
Easton, Md. American of Dec. 28, 1830 

Ann, daughter of John, and James Clarke, at 

Newport, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, Jan. 9, 1831 

William F. and Catharine Read, daughter of 
late Eleazer, Jr., at Newport, by Rev. 
Mr. Choules, April 28, 183 r 

William and Ruth A. Walker, at Eastham. 

American of May 17, 1831 

Capt. Robert and Elizabeth Richardson, at 

Salem. American of June 3, 1831 

Hannah and Moody White, at Boston. Amer- 
ican of - June 24, 183 1 

Caroline M. and William H. Searles, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Phillips, Sept. 27, 183 1 

Rebeckah A., of Providence, and Benjamin 
B. Cressey, of Dedham, Mass., at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Phillips, Sept. 27, 1831 

Capt. Alfred, of Pawtuxet, and Patience Phil- 
lips, daughter of Nathaniel, Esq., of and at 
Warren, by Rev. Mr. Hathaway, at St. 
Marks Church, Jan. 22, 1832 

Hosea and Electa L. Randall, at Blackstone, 
after a courtship of 3 hours, July 8, 1832 

Mary, of Providence, and Simon Patt, of 
North Providence, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Tobey, Sept. 2, 1832 

Ann Nancy and Joseph T. Anthony,at Albion 
Village. American of Dec. 7, 1832 

James A. and Susan Bo wen, at Barrington, Dec. 13,1832 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 347 

SMOOT Lieut. Joseph, U. S. Navy, and Mar- 
garet Talbot, at Norfolk, Va. American of March 27, 1829 
SNELL Betsey, of Warren, and James LaDieu, 

of and at Barrington, by Rev. Mr. Wright, Oct. 20, 1819 

Lydia, of Seekonk, and Lucius Fillmore, at 
Seekonk. American of May i, 1821 

Samuel, of Cranston, and Mary Baxter, of 
and at Cumberland. American of Dec. 10, 1822 

Phebe, of Warwick, daughter of David, and 
Samuel Humes, of Brooklyn, Ct , of War- 
wick, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 9, 1825 

Major Lyman and Eliza Drowne, at Seekonk, 
by Rev. Mr. Pease, Nov. 29, 1827 

Mrs. Caroline and David Everett, of New 
Ipswich, at Boston. American of Aug. 10, 1830 

SNELLING Capt. Josiah, 4th U. S. Infantry, 
and Abigail Hunt, daughter of the late 
Col. Hunt, of Watertown, Mass., at De- 
troit, Aug. 14, 18 1 2 
SNODGRASS Rev. William D., of New York, 
and Charlotte H. Moderwell, niece of Wil- 
liam Kirkpatrick, Esq., at Lancaster, Penn. 
American of Dec. 19, 1823 
SNOW John B., Esq., attorney at law, of this 
town, and Charlotte Bruce, at Boston, by 
Rev. Mr. Freeman, 

Stephen W. and Cindonia Bowers, in this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Capt. William and Marcy Sprague, in this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Thomas and Hannah Barber, both of this 
town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Amey, daughter of Daniel, and David Cole, 
of Swanzey, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Capt. Elisha and Frances R. H. Bruce, both 
of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Crocker, 

Prescilla F. and Bartrum R. Parker, both of 
and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Joseph G. and Betsey Barbers, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson. American of 

Caroline, daughterof Benjamin, Esq., of Nor- 
wich, Ct., and Capt. Richard M. Field, of 
this town, at said Norwich, by Rev. Mr. 
Mitchell, Oct. 2, i8i6 

William C. and Narcissa Lippitt, daughter of 
John, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, Nov. 18, 1816 

James, Jr., and Louisa Draper, eldest daugh- 
ter of the late Paul, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Oct. 28, 1817 



Jan. 29, 


1809 


July 2, 


1809 


Jan. 28, 


1810 


Oct. 13, 


1811 


April 25, 


1813 


Oct. 18, 


1813 


Nov. 28, 


1813 


June 28, 


1814 



348 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

SNOW Sarah, daughter of James, and Capt. 
James Mumford, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson. American of Aug. i8, 1818 

Clarinda R. and Samuel J. Bower, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, June 6, 1819 

George T. and Alice \i. Andrews, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 14, 1819 

Sarah and Jeremiah Card, both of Provi- 
dence, at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Rexford, May 25, 1820 

Eleanor and James S. Hall, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Ameri- 
can of June 2, 1820 

Francis C. C. F. C, of New Orleans, and 
Martha O. Gardiner, of and at Newport. 
American of Sept. 15, 1820 

James, Jr., and Martha Keep, only daughter 
of Dr. Stephen, of Longmeadow, Mass., at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Oathman, Jan. 14, 1821 

Ebenezer, Jr., of Raynham, and Chloe Lin- 
coln, daughter of Rufus, of and at Norton. 
American of Nov. 23, 1821 

Arthur and Alice B. Metcalf, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 6, 1821 

George and Sarah Tucker, both of and at 
Providence. American of March 12, 1822 

Maria S. and Isaac B. Allen, both of and at 

Providence. American of June 11, 1822 

Mary Ann and Henry Augustus Greene, 

both of and at Providence. American of Sept. 20, 1822 

Caleb and Adeline Hathaway, at New Bed- 
ford. American of Nov. 22, 1822 

Hannah, daughter of John, and Josiah Hum- 
phrey Martin, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Jan. 8, 1823 

Isaac, formerly of Providence, and Sarah 
Harrison, of and at Darien, Ga. American 
of Feb. 14, 1823 

Dorcas Corey, daughter of John, and John 
Wardwell, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, Feb. 19, 1823 

Maria Gladding, daughter of John, and Capt, 
Hiram Barker, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May 28, 1823 

Richard M. and Amelia Harrington, both of 
and at Providence. American of July 15, 1823 

Arby and Thomas J . Earle, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 17, 1823 

Mrs. Frances K. H., of Providence, and Ed- 
ward Sage, of Liverpool, Eng., at Provi- 
dence. American of Feb. 20, 1824 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 349 

SNOW Abigail, daugliter of Hon. Benjamin, and 
Charles Weekes, at Ashford, Ct. Amer- 
ican of March 23, 1824 

Sarah Ann, daughter of Benjamin, Esq., and 
Joseph Hubbard, M. D., of Boston, at Nor- 
wich, Ct. American of Oct. 5, 1824 

Sylvana and William Henry Simmons, both 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 17, 1824 

Mehitable, of Providence, and James Fiske, 
of Ellsworth, Me., at Providence. Amer- 
ican of Feb. 22, 1825 

William, of Warwick, and Ann Arnold, at 

Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, July 26, 1825 

Samuel, of Boston, and Harriet Archer, of 
and at New York. American of Oct. 21, 1825 

Joseph V. and Eliza Jenckes, daughter of 
Deacon John C, both of ard at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Edes, Oct. 30, 1826 

Mrs. Sarah A. and Daniel K. Chaffee, bothi 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Kent, Jan. i, 1827 

Edward, of Providence, and Mary Ann Allen, 
of and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Gammell, April 8, 1827 

John C, of Providence, and Mary Ann 
Pearce, both now of and at Pawtucket, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, Aug. i, 1827 

Richard M. and Eliza Andrews, both of and 

at Providence, by* Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 11, 1827 

Henrietta P. and John L. Clarke, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 19, 1827 

Caleb B. and Maria M. Field, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Kent, Oct. 31, 1827 

Robert T. and Elizabeth Murray, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. American of Dec. 11, 1827 

Hannah C, of Providence, and David M. G. 
Hamilton, of Londonderry, Ireland, at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilsoh, July 21, 1828 

Amos W. and Almira Frances Dorr, daugh- 
ter of Joseph, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Wayland, Jan. i, 1829 

Amelia and William P. Corey, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Jan. 29, 1829 

Josiah, editor and proprietor of Southbridge 
Register, and Louisa E. Northup, daugh- 
ter of Capt. Joseph, of and at Providence, May 21, 1829 

Ebenezer, Jr., of Raynham, and Polly Hall, 
at Taunton, by Rev. Mr. Cobb, June 11, 1829 

Hannah and Elkanah Woodward, at Taunton, 
by Rev. Mr. Hall, June 14, 1829 

Eliza, daughter of John, and Augusta Woods, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, July i, 1829 



350 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

SNOW Mary F. and Jacob Haskell, Jr., of Lowell, 

at Pittsburgh. American of ' May 21, 1830 

Albert W. and Ann Eliza Hopkins, daughter 
of Henry, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Pattison, Dec. 5, 1831 

SNOWDEN Susan, daughter of Rev. Samuel 
F., and Lieut. Joseph S. Gallagher, U. S. 
Army, at Sackett's Harbor, N. Y. Amer- 
ican of Oct. II, 1825 

Arabella, of Washington City, and Hon. 
John Magee, M. C. from N. Y., at Wash- 
ington City, by Rev. Mr. Hawley, Feb. 22, 1831 
SNYDER Simon, Governor of Pennsylvania, 
and Mrs. Mary Scott, at Harrisburg, 
Penn. American of Oct. 28, 1814 
SOESMAN A. E., Esq., of Baltimore, American 
Consul, and Mrs. Arabella Van Wickham, 
at Samarang, Java, April 11, 1820 
SOMERSET Capt. and Miss Heath- 
cote, at Gretna Greene, Scot. They eloped 
from a ball room at Paris. American of May 6, 1817 
SOPER Jeremiah and Sally Allen, at Glocester, 

Mass. American of Nov. 13, 1829 

Ruth and Edmund Anthony, printer of the 
Columbian Reporter, at Taunton. Ameri- 
can of . April 29, 1 83 1 
SOWLE Cornelia, daughter of Capt. Cornelius, 
and Benjamin D. Weeden, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 13, 1816 
SOULE Mrs. Mary and Eleazer Read, at New- 
port. American of Jan. 30, 182 1 

Nancy, of New Bedford, and Braddock Gray, 
of Tiverton, at New Bedford. American of Dec. 7, 1822 

Delia, daughter of Capt. Cornelius, and 
Charles Dyer, Jr., at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, April 16, 1823 

Abby, daughter of Job, of Tiverton, and Jon- 
athan Mosier, of Kennebunk, Me., at 
Westport, Mass. American of Aug. 26, 1825 

Deborah G., daughter of Capt. Jonathan, and 
Nathaniel W. Saunders, formerly of War- 
ren, at Westport, by A. Bassitt, Esq., July t, [827 

Eliza and George Augustus Rhodes, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Waterman, Jan. 14, 1830 

Mary and Lysander Ripley, at East Bridge- 
water. American of March 11, 183 1 
SOUTH GATE Capt. Isaac, of Leicester, and 
Maria Webb, at Windham, Ct. American 
of July 13. 1830 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



351 



SOUTHWARD Peter, formerly of Newport, 

and Elizabeth Fisher, daughter of E , 

Esq., of Danville, Ky., at Washington, 
Miss. American of 
SOUTHWICK Mrs. Philana, widow of Rem- 
ington, daughter of Israel Cooke, of Burrill- 
ville, and John Greene, of Glocester, at 
Burrillville, by Judge Winsor, 

Eliza Ann and Osborne Mowry, at Newport, 
at the Friends' Meeting House, 

Sally, eldest daughter of George, and Benja- 
min Ray, both of and at Cumberland. 
American of 

Benjamin and Sarah Ann Moore, daughter 
of John, at Newport. American of 

Pitt and Mrs. Mary Comstock, at Newport. 
American of 

Josias and Mrs. Dorcas Bly, at Newport. 
American of 

Mary Ann, daughter of Silas, and Henry 
Gladding, both of and at Newport. Amer- 
ican of 

William and Frances Albro, at Newport, by 
Rev. Mr. Gammell, 

John, of Fall River, merchant, and Eleanor 
Cooke, daughter of late Capt. Isaac, of 
Tiverton, at New Bedford, by Rev. Mr. 
Holmes, 

Nathan, 2d, of Mendon, and Eliza Ann In- 
man, of Burrillville, at Smithfield, by Rev. 
Mr. Mansfield, 
SOUTH WORTH Richmond, of Little Comp- 
ton, and Laura Gridley, of and at Paris, 
N. Y., 

Isaac, formerly of this town, and Mrs. Abon- 
aida Buchanan, daughter of Major William 
Smith, of Tennessee, at Florence, Ala. 
Ten, 

Sylvester S. and Mary L. Brown, daughter 
of late Edward, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Rebecca Brightman, daughter of late Eph- 
raim, of Providence, and George Danforth, 
senior editor of the Commonwealth's Ad- 
vocate, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Epenetus and Susan H. Francis, at Boston. 
American of 

Mira and Alva Morrison, at Stoughton. 
American of 

Lydia and Capt. Augustus Carpenter, at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pattison, 



Dec. 28, 1819 

Aug. 6, 1815 
Dec. 10, 1818 

Aug. 13, 1819 

Nov. II, 1823 

Aug. 6, 1824 

Oct. 26, 1824 

Jan. II, 1825 
May 23, 1826 

June 14, 1826 

March 5, 1829 

March—, 1814 

June 20, 1 819 
Nov. 9, 1823 

July 22, 1828 
Nov. 10, 1829 

July 23, 1830 
Aug. 27, 1832 



352 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

SPAIN Don Pedro Carlos, infant of, and the 

Donna Maria Teresa, daughter of the 

Prince Regent of Portugal, at Brazils. 

The bride is in her 17th year. Great re- 
joicings took place, and 2500 rockets were 

discharged at once. American of July 13, 18 10 

SPARK John and Clara Greene, at Manchester. 

American of Sept. 10, 1830 

SPARKS Edward C. and Mary Barney, both of 

and at Warren. American of Feb. 24, 1824 

Joseph and Mrs. Hannah Lindsey, at Bristol. 

American of Nov. 18, 1828 

Samuel, a soldier of the Revolution, aged 80, 

and Sarah Barnes, widow, aged 73, at 

Litchfield, N. H., after a courtship of \8 

hours. American of April 27, 1831 

SPAULDING Simon, of Killingly, Ct., and Ann 

Atwell Olney, eldest daughter of Gideon, 

of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Williams, May 31, 1815 
Mrs. Celinda, of Plainfield, Ct., and Henry L. 

Babcock, of Coventry, R. I., at Lisbon, 

Ct., by Rev. Mr. Nelson, Nov. i, 1818 

Zilpha and Grafton Wilson, both of and at 

Plainfield, Ct. American of April 28, 1820 

Dr. Asa, of Pittsfield, Mass., and Cornelia V. 

Thane, daughter of Dr. Samuel, of and at 

Hillsdale, N. Y., by Rev. Mr. Woodbridge, June 21, 1820 
Lorana, eldest daughter of Reuben, Esq., 

and Joseph Russell, at Pomf ret, Ct. Amer- 
ican of June 23, 1820 
Rufus P., Esq., of Warren, Ohio, and Lucre- 

tia Swift, daughter of Hon. Zephaniah, at 

Windham, Ct. American of Oct. 11, 1822 

Joseph, of Connecticut, and Mary Munro, 

daughter of Allen, of Seekonk, at Attle- 

boro. May 18, 1823 

Ebenezer and Mrs. Patience Davidson, at 

Brooklyn, Ct. American of Oct. 10, 182 

Joanna S., of Cumberland, and Franklin M. 

Arnold, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Kent, March 29, 1829 
Eliza and Dr. John H. Ripley, at Windham, 

Ct. American of Oct. 30, 1829 

Sarah Smith, of Providence, and Alba Davis 

Parker, of Boston, at St. Michael's Church, 

Bristol. American of Nov. 6, 1 829 

Thaddeus, M. D., and Lucinda Hart, daugh- 
ter of Hon. John, at South Reading. 

American of July 27, 1830 

SPEAR Mercy and Capt. Isaiah Atkins, both of 

Boston, in this tovin. American of Aug. 31, 1813 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 353 

SPEAR Benjamin and Jemima Steere, daughter 
of Richard, both of and at Smithfield, by 
Rev. Mr. Potter, of Cumberland, Jan. 27, 1820 

Henry, printer, of New York, and Harriet 
Clarke, daughter of Gregory, Esq., of and 
at Weston, Mass. American of Aug. 30, 1825 

Edward and Abigail Fenno, at Boston. 
American of Sept. 10, 1830 

Isaac and Rebecca Wilton, at Boston. Amer- 
ican of Sept. 24, 1830 
SPEARS Thomas and Nabby Atmington, both 

of and at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, Aug. 18, 1814 

William and Nancy Dexter, both of and at 

Smithfield, Feb. 14, 1822 

Thomas and Diana N. Purington, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft, Jan. 30, 1825 
SPELLMAN Joseph, of this town, and Roxana 
Whiting, of Greenbush, N. Y., in this town, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 4, 18 10 

Oliver and Sally Perry, in this town, by Rev. 

Mr. Cornell, Jan. 5, 1812 

Mary C. and Robert Purkes, both of this 
town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, April 5, 1812 

Ruth, of this town, and James Esdell, of New 

Jersey, by Rev. Dr. Gano, April S, 1812 

SPENCER Job Scott and Mary Thurber, eldest 

daughter of Relief, in this town, April 8, 18 13 

Abby Ann and Pardon Gillson, both of and 
at this town, Nov. 17, 1815 

John M., of East Greenwich, and Betsey 

Greene, of and at Coventry, Aug. 15, i8ig 

Christopher V. and Ann Louisa Aborn, 
daughter of Capt. Lowry, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, May i, 1820 

Mary A. and Arnold Morse, both of East 

Greenwich, Oct. 12, 1820 

Samuel and Mary G. Tanner, both of Coven- 
try, at Warwick, by Rev. Thomas Man- 
chester, March 8, 1821 

John, of East Greenwich, and Margaret 
Grafton, daughter of Benjamin C, formerly 
of Newport, at Wickford, Oct. 10, 1822 

Phebe R., daughter of Capt. Lawtori, of Paw- 
tucket, and Jerathmeil Jenckes, of Central 
Falls, at Pawtucket, American of July 13, 1824 

Hannah Potter, daughter of Dexter, and Ben- 
edict Brown, Jr., both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Mudge, Aug. 12, 1824 

Capt. Charles and Mary Ann Briggs, both of 
and at East Greenwich, by Rev. Pardon 
Tillinghast, Nov. 7 and 12, 1824 



354 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

SPENCER Jonathan N., of Pawtucket, and 
■ Eunice R. Newell, of and at Attleboro, by 
Rev. Mr. Kilham, Aprils, 1825 

William W. and Tabitha Austin, of Coventry, 
at Warwick, Jan. 8, 1826 

Almy W., daughter of Capt. Joseph, of East 
Greenwich, and Joseph W. Ladd, of War- 
wick, at East Greenwich, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, Feb. .20, 1826 

Gideon L., of Pawtucket, and Susan W. Car- 
penter, eldest daughter of Capt. Job, of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. 20, 1827 

Oliver W., of East Greenwich, and Catherine 
G. Miller, of and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, Oct. 16, 1828 

Gideon, of Warwick, and Abigail Reynolds, 
of and at Richmond, by Rev. Mr. Greene. 
American of March 13, 1829 

Maria E., daughter of Gideon, Esq., and Ed- 
ward Stillman, formerly of Newport, at • 
Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Tobey. American 
of April 10, 1829 

Eleanor and Robert Turnbull, at Boston. 
American of Dec. 22, 1829 

Gardiner, of East Greenwich, and Sarah Bor- 
den, daughter of Henry, of Bristol, at Ilog 
Island, by Rev. Mr. Wight, July 25, 1830 

Judah and George A. Paine, both of Provi- 
dence, at East Greenwich, by Rev. Joseph 
W. Allen, May 15, 1831 

Laura Catharine, daughter of Hon. C- 



and George W. Clinton, Esq., at 



Canandaigua, N. Y., by Rev. Mr. Kearney, May 15, 1832 
Gorton, of Warwick, and Jemima Brown, of 
East Greenwich, at North Kingstown, by 
Rev. Thomas Tillinghast, Dec. 22, 1833 

SPERRY Kinne and Dorexa Hapgood, at Corn- 
wall, Vt. American of Aug. 12, 1828 

SPH^LER Wheeler, aged 15, and Miss Sally 
Goss, aged 50, at New Hampton, N. H. 
American of May 5, 1826 

SPINDEY Benjamin F. and Mary Seaver, at 

Norton. American of Nov. 6, 1829 

SPINK Hannah and Weeden Clarke, at War- 
wick, by Rev. Mr. Curtis, Feb. 11, 1810 
Matilda, daughter of Nicholas, and Charles 
Eldred, at North Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. 
Northup, June 29, 1820 
Mary, of Wickford, and John Phillips, of Exe- 
ter, at Wickford, June 14, 1821 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 



355 



SPINK Joseph, son of Sam.uel, and Mary Ann 

Spink, daughter of John, all of North 

Kingstown, at Warwick. American of 
Mary Ann, daughter of John, and Joseph 

Spink, son of Samuel, all of North Kings- 
town, at Warwick. American of 
Samuel and Mary Ann Stockman, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
Eliza Ann S. and Capt. Thomas Congdon, 

both of and at North Kingstown, by Rev. 

Mr. Gale, 
George S. and Martha L. Congdon, both of 

and at North Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. 

Burge, 
Mary Eleanor T., daughter of Boone, and 

Dr. Benjamin Nichols, both of and at 

Wickford, by Rev. Mr. Burge, 
Susan, of North Kingstown, and Joseph A. 

Waite, of Providence, at Tiverton, 
Alfred and Lucy Ann Spink, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Kilbourne, 
Lucy Ann and Alfred Spink, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Kilbourne, 
SPINNEY Susan and Sylvester Burt, at Taun- 
ton. American of 
SPOONER Capt. Nathaniel, of Plymouth, and 

Lucy Willard, daughter of Rev. Joseph, of 

and at Roxborough, 
Mrs. Susannah, of Newport, and Thomas 

Reynolds, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Gano, 
Gideon and Elizabeth Dunham, daughter of 

Jesse, at Newport. American of 
Mrs. Mary, daughter of the late Clarke, and 

Zephaniah Pearce, at Newport. American 

of 
Marcy W. and John Hoar, at Providence. 

American of 
Nancy B., of Providence, and Harris Wing, 

of and at Smithfield. American of 
Charles B., of Providence.and PZleanor Munro, 

of and at Bristol. American of 
Charlotte and William Gladding, at Newport. 

American of 
Capt. Joseph B. and Sarah D. Verily, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Webb, 
Eliza and Ray Burdict, at Newport, by Rev. 

Mr. Eddy, 
Truman and Penelope Cranston, daughter of 

late Joseph, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 

Gam m ell, 



Jan. I, 1822 

Jan. I, 1822 
Nov. 20, 1825 

Dec. 15, 1825 

Oct. II, 1825 

June 28, 1827 
Oct. 16, 1829 
Nov. 13, 183 1 
Nov. 13, 1831 
March 29, 1825 

July 19, 181 1 

April 19, 1820 
Oct. 27, 1820 

July 20, 1 82 1 

April 8, 1823 

Dec. 2, 1823 

Sept, 14, 1824 

March 29, 1825 

Aug. 7, 1825 

Dec. 4, 1825 

May 14, 1826 



356 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



SPOONER John W., of Newport, and Ann 
Church, eldest daughter of Capt. Edward, 
of and at Bristol. American of 

Eliza J., of Providence, and Benjamin T. 
Cuttins, of Georgetown, D. C, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Harriet M. and Edward Billings, both of and 
at Providence, 

Ann, daughter of Samuel, and James Albro, . 
Jr., both of and at Newport, 

Jane C, daughter of Rev. Thomas, of Cum- 
berland, and Joseph E. Pond, of Wrentham, 
at Warren, by Rev. Mr. Welch, 

Ann Eliza and William C. Davenport, both 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, 

Joshua and Ann C. Noyes, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 
SPRAGUE Rebecca, of Dedham, and Capt. 
Abraham Eustis, U. S. Army, of Boston, 
at Dedham. American of 

Marcy and Capt. William Snow, in this town, 
by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

David and Amey Williams, both of and at 
Cranston, 

Christopher W., of Cranston, and Mary Ann 
Slocum, of Warwick, at Cranston, by Rev. 
Mr. Tatem, 

George W. and Lydia Page, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Mrs. Sally and Lewis Cothier, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Amey and Charles Salisbury, both of and at 
Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, 

Thomas J. and Mary Gorton, both of and at 
Cranston. American of 

Giles P. and Harriet Littlefield, daughter of 
Solomon, of and at New Shoreham. Amer- 
ican of 

Ruth B., daughter of late Ethan, and Ray 
Greene, both of and at Johnston. Ameri- 
can of 

Mrs. Evelina C. and Edward D. Smith, both 
of Providence, 

Anna, of Smithfield, and George W. Thayer, 
of Warwick, at Smithfield. American of 

Rev. William B. and Mary Lathrop, second 
daughter of Hon. Samuel, at West Spring- 
field. American of 

Major Charles, of Cranston, and Sally Water- 
man, of Smithfield, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, 



Dec. 26, 1826 

Aug. 20, 1827 

March 24, 1829 

July 23, 1829 

Oct. 22, 1829 

Aug. 18, 1830 

Dec. 7, 1 83 1 

July 18, 1809 
Jan. 28, 1810 
Jan. 30, 1812 

April 6, 1820 

Oct. 26, 1820 

Nov. 30, 1820 

Sept. 23, 1821 

Sept. 25, 1 82 1 

May 6. 1823 

May 23, 1823 

July 13, 1823 

March 5, 1824 

Aug. 13, 1824 

Nov. 22, 1824 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



357 



SPRAGUE Sarah F., eldest daughter of Thomas, 

of Providence, and Wanton Vaughan, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Samuel, of Smithfield, and Martha Wood, of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Jedediah, of Chepachet, and Joanna B. 

Holmes, daughter of Capt. John, of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
Mrs. Eliza and Gen. Allen Carpenter, at 

Cumberland, by William Whipple, Esq. 

American of 
Ann Frances and George A. Streeter, at 

Smithfield, 
Benoni, of Cranston, and Louisa Childs, of 

and at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Manchester, 
Rufus and Lavina Lovell, both of and at 

Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Manchester, 
Sarah Ann and James Luther, both of and at 

Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Manchester, 
Sally and Thomas Churchill, at Hingham. 

American of 
Florentina and David E. Whitney, at Attle- 

boro. .A.merican of 
SPRAKE Samuel, aged 80, Revolutionary Sol- 
dier, and Sarah Barnes, widow, aged 73, at 

Litchfield, Ct. American of 
SPRING Marshal Binney, of Watertown, Mass., 

and Eliza Willing, daughter of the late 

Charles, Esq., at Philadelphia, 
Hannah, of Northbridge, Mass., and Bazaleel 

Taft, Esq., of Uxbridge, at Northbridge. 

American of 
SPRINGER John and Mrs. Susannah Bishop, 

at Newport. American of 
Abby Ann, daughter of Capt. Isaac, and 

George B.Franklin, at Providence, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano, 
Mary Ann, of Providence, and James Gould, 

of Newport, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Pickering, 
Lyman, of Providence, and Cynthia Fuller, 

daughter of Caleb, Esq., of and at Attle- 

boro, by Rev. Mr. Warren, 
SPROAT James, Jr., Esq., and Eliza Ann Bay- 
lies, at Taunton, 
William A. F., PZsq., of Swanzey, and Abby 

Ingell, daughter of Jonathan, of and at 

Taunton. American of 
Henry and Priscilla Smith, daughter of Jesse, 

at Taunton, by Rev. Dr. Malaby, 



Dec. 6, 1824 
March 12, 1827 

July 18, 1827 

March 14, 1828 

Oct. 26, 1828 

Dec. 7, 1828 

Feb. I, 1829 

Feb. 25, 1829 

Sept. 22, 1829 

Oct. 6, 1829 

Nov. 12, 1830 

April 4, 1 816 

Jan. 6, 1818 
Sept. 28, 1824 

Feb. 6, 1825 

Dec. 25, 1827 

June 27, 1830 
Nov. 18, 1822 

April 15, 1823 
Nov. 9, 1826 



358 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

SPROAT Adelina, daughter of late James, of 
Taunton, and Samuel Harris, Esq., at 

Taunton, Oct. 6, 1828 

SPURR Eliza W., daughter of Col. John, and 

Captain John H. Ormsbee, both of and at 

this town, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Oct. 25, 1815 

Henry Vose, Esq., and Louisa Chapponil, 

at Boston. American of May 4, 1830 

STACARS Isaac, of Providence, and Mary John- 
son, daughter of Capt. John, of and at 

Newport. American of Jan. 7, 1823 

STACY Joseph, of Boston, and Mary Ann Hast- 
ings, daughter of Nathan, of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, April 8, 1824 
STACEY Thomas and Mary Cahoone Hudson, 

daughter of Capt. Thomas, at Newport. 

American of May 14, 1824 

William T. and Elizabeth N. Clarke, daugh- 
ter of late Joseph, both of and at Newport, 

by Rev. Mr. Choules, Dec. 21, 1828 

STACY George VV. and Sarah Boit, at Groton, 

Mass. American of Jan. 29, 1830 

Fanny, of Wilton, Me., and Joshua Randall, 

Jr., Esq,, of Phillips, at Wilton. American 

of June IS, 1830 

STAFFORD Capt. Allen and Huldah Smith, at 

Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Curtis. American 

of April 13, 1813 

Robey and Merriet Andrews, both of and at 

Coventry. American of Nov. 21, 1820 

Julia A., daughter of Thomas, Esq., of War- 
wick, and Henry B. Drowne, of Woodstock, 

Ct., at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Littlefield, April 24, 1821 

Betsey and Alphonso Armington, both of and 

at Pawtucket. American of April 5, 1822 

Thomas H. and Charlotte Low, daughter of 

Charles, both of and at Providence, Oct. 15, 1822 

Phebe Smith, of Warwick, and Jasper Lyon, 

of Woodstock, Ct., at Warwick, June 5, 1823 

Chiistopher Rhodes, of Providence, and 

Sarah Ann Fenner, daughter of Capt. 

Richard, of and at Canterbury, Ct , by Rev. 

Mr. Murdock, March 16, 1824 

Robert Rhodes, of Providence, and Anne 

Frances H olden, daughter of Thomas, 

Esq., of and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Til- 

linghast, Nov. 4, 1827 

Almira Arnold and Earle Buttum, of New 

Hampshire, at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Til- 

linghast, April 15, 1828 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 359 

STAFFORD Thomas R.and Sarah R. Potter, at 

Pawtuxet, May 11, 1828 

Europee and Marshall G. Freeman, of Provi- 
dence, at Natic Village. American of June 24, 1828 

Isaac, of Newport, and Winifred Harrell, at 

Elizabeth City, N. C. American of April 3, 1829 

Mary Eliza and Thomas Holden, Jr., at War- 
wick, by Rev. Job Manchester, Dec. 15, 1830 
STALL Brig. Gen. Isaac and Charlotte Matilda 
Vial], daughter of Nathaniel, of Newport, 
at Tiverton. American of July 11, 1817 

Eliza D., daughter of Gen. Isaac, and William 

D. Boss, at Newport. American of May 10, 1822 

Maria F,, of Taunton, and George A. Potter, 
of Providence, at Taunton, by Rev. Mr. 
Hall, May 18, 1828 

Sarah R. and William Goff, both of and at 

Newport, by Rev. Mr. Torrey, July 13, 1828 

Harriet, daughter of Gen. Isaac, and Philip 

Dunham, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Choules, June 7, 1829 

Abby T , daughter of Gen. Isaac, of New- 
port, and Benjamin E. Chace, of Ports- 
mouth, at Newport, Feb. 24, 1831 

Abby T., daughter of Gen. Isaac, of New- 
port, and Benjamin E. Chace, of Ports- 
mouth, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Choules, March 3, 1831 
STALLEAN Robinson and Willard A. Handy, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Pickering, Nov. 23, 1829 

STANDISH Amanda, daughter of David, of , 

Dighton, Mass., and Capt. F"reeman May- 
berry, at Tiverton. American of Oct. 3, 1820 

Angeline, of New Bedford, and Edmund 
Wright, Junior Editor of Patriot and Chron- 
icle, at Boston. American of Jan. 5, 1821 

Eliza B and Charles G. Smith, of Rhode Isl- 
and, at Preston, Ct. American of July 26, 1825 
STANHOPE Edward and Susan Stevens, daugh- 
ter of John, both of Newport, married by 
Rev. Mr. Gibson, Oct. 17, 1809 

Mary, daughter of the late Edward, and Ben- 
jamin H. Pitman, at Newport. American 
of Dec. 25, i8ii 

Edward and Abigail R. Thurston, daughter 
of the late Capt. John, both of and at New- 
port. American of Nov. 7, 181 5 

Thomas S. and Elizabeth Fowler, daughter of 

Capt. Slocum, at Newport. American of June 27, 1820 

Harriet, daughter of late Edward, and Samuel 

Greene, at New. American of Oct. 30, 182 1 



360 



VITAL RECORD OP RHODE ISLAND 



STANHOPE Abby H., daughter of William, 
and Henry Taggart, at Newport. Ameri- 
can of 

Ann, daughter of late Edward, and Isaac V. 
Burdict, at Newport. American of 

Ruth, daughter of William, and Joseph Law- 
ton, both of and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 
Choules, 
STANLEY Miss , daughter of Sir Ed- 
ward, aged 14 years, and Capt. 

Bontrin, son of Sir Edward, at Gretna 
Green, Scotland. American of 

Mrs. Levina and Elijah Beene, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 

Herman and Sarah Frances Cole, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Capt. Jacob P., of Maine, and Ruth Ann 
Coggeshall, daughter of late Caleb, of East 
Greenwich, at Scituate. American of 

Hon. Geoffrey, M. P., eldest son of Lord 
Stanley, and Emma Caroline Wilbraham, 
daughter Edward Bootle Wilbraham, M. P., 
in England. American of 
STANSBERRY Joseph, of Boston, and Eliza- 
beth Rhino, of Halifax, N. S., at Boston. 
American of 
STANTON Sally A., of Providence, and Philip 
Boss, of Fairfield, N. Y., at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Susajn, daughter of John, fLsq., and Col. Sam- 
uel Slocum, at Richmond, R. L Amer- 
ican of 

William Penn, of Warren, and Mary H. 
Walker, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, 

Rebecca M., of Providence, and George W. 
Allen, of Little Compton, at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 

John, Jr., of Richmond, and Eliza Boss, of 
and at South Kingstown. American of 

John, Jr., of Richmond, and Eliza Boss, of 
and at South Kingstown. American of 

Rhoby H., daughter of Daniel, of .South 
Kingstown, and Pardon T. Hammond, of 
North Kingstown, at South Kingstown. 
American of 

Gen. Joseph, of Charlestown, and Susan 
Holburton, daughter of Major Thomas, of 
and at South Kingstown. American of 

Sarah Ann and George C. Brown, at Charles- 
ton, S. C, 



July 19, 1822 
Aug. 22, 1823 

May 17, 1829 

Aug. IS, 181S 

March t6, 1S20 

Sept. 22, 1823 

Nov. 28, 1823 

July 22, 1825 

Feb. 26, 1830 

Dec. 22, 1816 

Jan. 16, i8i8 

Jan. 26, 1818 

Dec. 24, 1818 

Jan. 18, 1820 

Feb. I, 1820 

March 7, 1823 

Oct. 21, 1823 
May I, 1828 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



361 



STANWOOD Amelia Sargeant, and Rev. An- 
drew Bigelow, of Medford, at Glocester, 
Mass. American of 

Amanda Malvina and Horatio Dorr, at Bos- 
ton. American of 
STAPLES Welcome C, of Cumberland, and 
Phebe Eddy, eldest daughter of George, 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 

William R,, Esq., attorney at law, and Re- 
becca M. Power, eldest daughter of Major 
Nicholas, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Crocker, 

Alseneth and Robert Abell, at Taunton. 
American of 

William, Esq., of Providence, and Eveline 
Eaton, daughter of Levi, of and at Fra- 
mingham. Mass , 

Simeon and Sarah M. Ball, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Mary, of Mendon, and William Hamilton, of 
Providence, at Mendon, by Rev. Mr. Dag- 
gett, 

Rhoda and Aaron Lincoln, of Norton, at 
Taunton. American of 
STARBUCK Eunice, daughter of Joseph, of 
Nantucket, and William Hadwen, formerly 
of Providence, at Nantucket. American 
of 
STARK EY Matilda Caroline and John G. Jack- 
son, formerly of Providence, at Philadel- 
phia, 
STARKS Emily A. and Isaac M. Stevens, at 

New Haven. American of 
STARKWEATHER Sarah and William Allen, 
both of Pawtucket, in this town, 

James C. and Almira C. Lnderwood, both of 
and at Seekonk, by Rev. Mr. Pitman, 

Rebecca, only daughter of Hon. Oliver, and 
Lyman Claffden, both of and at Pawtucket. 
American of 

Martha, daughter of Charles, and Chauncey 
Clarke, at Northampton, Mass., 
STARR Albertus, of Stonington, and Emma 
Lamphier, daughter of Major Elisha, of 
and at Westerly. American of 

Maria, daughter of Dan, of Mansfield, Ct., 
and Shubael Hutchins, of Charleston, S. 
C, at Mansfield, 

J. Leander, of Halifax, and Frances Barbarie 
Throckmorton, youngest daughter of late 



Feb. 6, 1824 
Aug. 24, 1830 

April II, 1 8 19 

Nov. 27, 1 82 1 
May 24, 1825 

Oct. 25, 1826 
Dec. 10, 1826 

March 30, 1828 
April 12, 1 83 1 

Nov. 8, 1822 

Oct. 12, 1826 

Jan. 6, 1832 

July 22, 1810 

June 7, 1 82 1 

March 8, 1822 
March 29, 1826 

Sept. 14, 1819 

Aug. 24, 1824 



362 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



STARR : 

William, at New York, by Rev. Bishop 
Onderdonk, at Trinity Church. American 
of 

STASEY Miss Sidney Cutts, of Boston, and 
Thomas Simpson, of the Island of Jamaica, 
in this town, 

STATES Mary Ann and Lemuel Pease, Jr., of 
Westerly, at Stonington, by Rev. Mr. 
Hart, 

STAUGHTON Leonora M., daughter of Rev. 
William, D. D., President of Columbia 
College, and Rev. Samuel W. Lynd, of 
Bordentown, N. J., at Washington City. 
American of 
Elizabeth, daughter of Rev. D. Staughton, 
President of Columbia College, and Dr. 
John L Temple, of Hanover Co., Va. 
American of 

STAYNER Edwin, of Halifax, and Sarah H. 
Doyle, of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, 

STEAD Thomas Jefferson and Frances Eliza- 
beth Dyer, youngest daughter of Benjamin, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, 

STEAD MAN Henry M. and Mehitable P. Chap- 
pell, eldest daughter of Frederick, both of 
and at South Kingstown, by Rev. Mr. 
Steadman, 
Elizabeth and Joseph Smith, at Newport, 
Dr. Charles H., surgeon U. S. Marine Hos- 
pital, Chelsea, and Lucy Ingalls, daughter 
of Dr. William, of and at Boston. Ameri- 
can of 

STEARNES Rev. Richard S., of Salem, and 
Ann Marie Theresa- St. Agnon, of Trini- 
dad, at IVovidence. American of 

STEBBINS Mary and Alanson S. Daniels, both 
of and at Cumberland, by Rev. Mr. Potter, 
Jane C. and Lieut. Julius B. Kingsbury, U. 
S. Army, at Sault de St. Marie, 

STEERE Asahel, Esq, and Sally Kimball, 
daughter of Major Amherst, both of and 
at Glocester. American of 
Elisha, Esq., and Esther Appleby, daughter 

of Thomas, both of and at Smithfield, 
Enoch and Rhoda Peck, second daughter of 
Isaac, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, 



Dec. 28, 1830 
June II, 1811 
Dec. 29, 1825 

Aug. 26, 1823 

April 20, 1824 
July 13, 1823 

Feb. 21, 1825 



Jan. 30, 1820 
Sept. II, 1828 



May 29, 1829 

Nov. 23, 1 82 1 
Feb. 10, 1822 
June 19, 1825 

Nov. I, 1814 
Oct. 22, 1815 

March 31, 1816 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 353 

STEERE Capt. Amasa and Clarissa Kimball, • 

daughter of Major Amherst, both of and 

at Glocester, Nov. 24,. 18 16 

Cyrel and Esther Wheeler, daughter of Capt. 

Paschal P., both of and at Glocester. 

American of Jan. 18, 1820 

Jemima, daughter of Richard, and Benjamin 

Spear, both of and at Smithfield, by Rev. 

Mr. Potter, of Cumberland, Jan. 27, 1820 

Rufus and Eliza Brown, daughter of Col. 

Thomas, both of and at Chepachet. Amer- 
ican of April 4, 1820 
Ruth Clarke, daughter of the late Capt. 

Wanton, and Amherst Kimball, Jr., both 

of and at Glocester. American of Oct. 20, 1820 

Clovis, of Thompson, Ct., and Mary Steere, 

daughter of Capt. Wanton, late of Provi- 
dence, at Scituate. American of June 20, 1823 
Mary, daughter of Capt. Wanton, late of 

Providence, and Clovis Steere, of Thomp- 
son, Ct., at Scituate. American of June 20, 1823 
Asa and Susan Burlingame, daughter of 01- 

ney, both of and at Smithfield. American 

of Dec. 2, 1823 

Lydia, of Johnston, and Daniel Thornton, Jr., 

at Johnston. American of March 11, 1824 

Jonah and Alice Smith, at Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, May 15, 1825 

Mary Ann, daughter of Robert, and Stephen 

H. Andrews, ai Glocester, by Rev. Mr. 

Ross, Jan. 24, 1827 

Mahala, daughter of Asel, and Oziel Lapham, 

at Smithfield. American of May 15, 1827 

Alzada, of Providence, and William N. Patt, 

of Scituate, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. 

Knight, July 8, 1827 

Lydia A., daughter of late Richard, Esq., of 

Smithfield, and Caleb C. Cooke, of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 5, 1828 

STEIB Ann Eliza and Isaac T. Clarke, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Jan. 5, 1826 

STEPHENS Ann and Edward Proctor, both of 

Boston, in this town, May 23, 1813 

Lt. Thomas H., U. S. Navy, and Eliza R. 

Sage, daughter of Ebenezer, Esq., at Mid- 

dletown, Ct., Dec. 3, 181 5 

Robert, of Canterbury, Ct., and Deborah 

Cooke, daughter of Caleb, of and at Plain- 
field, Ct. American of June 18, 1822 
Greenville, of Raynham, and Olive Smith, of 

and at Taunton, Oct. 3, 1828 



364 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

STEPHENS Alpha and Sarah Bancroft, at Bos- 
ton. American of Oct. i6, 1829 
John H., Jr., and Sarah Ann Follensbee, at 

Boston. American of Dec. 18, 1829 

Benjamin T. and Ann E. G. Field, at Taun- 
ton. American of April 27, 1831 
Benjamin T. and Ann E. G. Field, at Taun- 
ton. American of April 29, 1831 

STEVENSON Henry J. and Sarah Reynolds, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Baker, Dec. 29, 18 16 

STEPHENSON Tabitha and Jacob Sheafe 
Smith, Esq., of Gorham, at Portland, Me. 
American of May i, 1821 

STERLING J , Esq., of London, and Eliza- 
beth Willing, daughter of T. W., Esq., at 
Philadelphia. American of Jan. 16, 1816 

STERNE William and Abby Billings, both of 

and at Providence, Sept. 16, 1819 

Mrs. Sarah B., daughter of late Capt. William 
H. Baker, and Elnathan Manchester, at 
Newport. American of Dec. 28, 1824 

Ann and William C. Bacon, both of and at 
Killingly, Ct. American of July 12, 1825 

STERNES Mary, of Walpole, and Zephaniah 
Kidder, of Pawtuxet, at Walpole, Mass. 
American of Aug. 5, 1823 

STERREY Lieut. Robert, U.S.Army, and Lou- 
isa Ann Arden, eldest daughter of James, 
Esq., of and at New York, by Rev. Mr. 
Townley. American of Dec. S, 1809 

Julia A. and James Valentine, merchant, both 
• of and at this town, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, April 16, 1815 

STERRY Louisa H., daughter of Cyprian, of 
Providence, and George William Stien- 
hauer, of Philadelphia, at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Crocker, June 30, 1817 

STERREY Ann R, daughter of Cyprian, Esq., 
of this town, and J onus Taylor Goodwin, 
Esq., of Columbia, S. C, at Grace Church, 
New York, by Rev. Dr. Bowen, July 29, 1817 

STERRY Sophia R., daughter of Cyprian, and 
Dr. Joseph Mauran, both of and at Provi- 
dence, Oct. 12, 1820 

STETSON Lydia, of Boston, and Charles 
Athearn, merchant, of Buffalo, N. Y., at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, Sept. 27, 1826 

Mary Greene and Silas W. Tobey, of Boston, 
merchant, at New York, by Rev. Mr. 
Ware, June 26, 1828 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 355 

STETSON Augusta and William Kimball, of 

Lynn, atSalem. American of June 15, 1830 

Zilpha L. and Hiram Havens, of Buffalo, N. 

Y., at Charlestown, Mass. American of April 22, 1831 

Abby and Henry Hood, both of Warwick, at 

Coventry, by Rev. Mr. Ross, Nov. 6, 183 1 

STEVENS Sarah, daughter of John, and Edward 
Stanhope, both of Newport, married by 
Rev. Mr. Gibson, Oct. 17, 1809 

Ehza, daughter of Robert, and Rev. Calvin 
Hitchcock, pastor of First Congregational 
Church, both of and at Newport. Ameri- 
can of May 6, 1817 

Nathaniel and Abby K. Tallman, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, Feb. 20, 1820 

Philip and Priscilla Norman, daughter of the 
late Moses, at Newport. American of May 9, 1820 

Eliza, daughter of the late Thomas, and Capt. 
Samuel Barker, ]r., at Newport. Ameri- 
can of Oct. 17, 1820 

Capt. Joseph G. and Sarah D. Freebody, 
daughter of William, at Newport. Amer- 
ican of Oct. 27, 1820 

John and Catharine Sisson, at Newport. 

American of Sept. 16, 1823 

Eliza, aged 14, and Gen. John Edgar, an offi- 
cer of the Revolution, aged 90, at Williams- 
burg, 111. American of Feb. 6, 1824 

Sarah, daughter of late Joseph, of Newport, 
and Albert Cove, of Ware, N. H., at New- 
port. American of April 16, 1824 

Alexander H. and Catherine Morris, daughter 
of James, Esq., near Morrisiana, N. Y. 
American of April 26, 1825 

Benjamin W., of Providence, and Mary Earle, 
of and at Boston, by Rev. Mr. Knowles. 
American of Aug. 24, 1827 

Byron Kirby, Esq., and Frances Gallatm, 
only daughter of Hon. Albert, at New 
York. American of April 13, 1830 

Hannah H. and James Underwood, at 

Charlestown, Mass. American of April 30, 1830 

Betsey and Luke Farnell, at Boston. Amer- 
ican of July 2, 1830 

Dr. William F. and John G. Burnham, at 

Stoneham. American of May 13, 1831 

Isaac M. and Emily A. Starks, at New 

Haven. American of June 6, 1832 

STEAVENS Capt. Thomas L. and Martha J. 
Farley, daughter of James, at Milton, N. 



366 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

STEAVENS: 

C, by Rev. Mr. Penick. The captain died 
the next day; was in the best of health 
apparently, ' July 26, 1832 

STEVENSON Mrs. Sally and Joseph H. Fos- 
ter, at Nantucket. American of May 27, 183 1 

STEWART Charley, Esq., Commander of the 
U. S. Prigate Constitution, and Delia Tu- 
dor, daughter of Hon. William, at Boston. 
American of ' Nov. 30, 1813 

Rt. Hon. Baron, Lieut. General in the British 
Army and Ambassador to the Court of 
Vienna, and Lady Frances Vane Tem- 
pest. The bride is very wealthy and beau- 
tiful, her age is 16, his 43. A bitter suit was 
waged in Chancery alleging the disparity 
of ages, fortune and other matters. Amer- 
ican of May 18, 1819 
William, Esq., and Charlotte Pinkney, at 

Baltimore. American of Nov. 20, 182 1 

STEWARD Helen Lispenard, daughter of Alex- 
ander L., and Lieut. James W. Webb, of 
3d U. S. Infantry, at New York. Ameri- 
can of July 8, 1823 

STEWART Mary, daughter of James, Esq., 
British Consul at New London, Ct., and 
Lieut. William H. Swift, of U. S. Artillery, 
at New London. American of Feb. 8, 1825 

Mary J., daughter of A. L., Esq., and Capt. 
Stephen H. Webb, U. S. Army, at New 
York, by Rev. William Parkinson, Feb. 14, 1826 

James and Betsey C. Cleveland, at Ed.gar- 

town. American of Sept. 15, 1829 

James and Betsey Cleveland, at Edgartown. 

American of Sept. 18, 1829 

Harriet and Samuel W. Lewis, at Edgartown. 

American of July 30, 1830 

Mary Ann, daughter of Capt. Levi, and 
Lewis B. Dunham, M. D., at Hartford. 
American of Dec. 24, 1830 

Jane and Thomas T. Franklin, at Newport. 

American of May 20, 183 1 

John and Euphemia Schreakagast, at Marks- 

boro, by John Moore. American of Nov. 23, 1832 

STUART Peter B. and Sarah Johnson, at New- 
port. American of Nov. 30, 1824 

STICKNEY Charlotte and Henry L. Read, of 
Boston, merchant. She was of Worcester, 
where the marriage was performed by Rev. 
Mr. Pease, March 7, 1826 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 367 

STICKNEY Erastus B. and Lydia Currier, at 

Bradford, Mass. American of Jan. 12, i8?o 

STIENHAUER George William, of Philadel- 
phia, and Louisa H. Sterry, daughter of 
Cyprian, of and at Providence, by Rev, Dr. 
Crocker, June 30, 18 17 

STILLMAN Ira, of Hopkinton, and Mary Ann 
Sherman, daughter of late Percy, of and 
at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, Aug. 17, 1826 

Susan and Richard M . Treadway, printer, at 

New Haven, by Rev. Mr. Bacon, Sept. 10, 1826 

Edward, formerly of Newport, and Maria E. 
Spencer, daughter of Gideon, Esq., at 
Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, American 
of April 10, 1829 

Orsemus M., of Westerly, and Martha C. 
Hazard, daughter of Nathan, of and at 
North Kingstown, Aug. 23, 1829 

STILLWELL Abraham and Mary Davis, daugh- 
ter of John, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Ameri- 
can of Sept. 19, 1815 

STILLWILL Lydia Sheldon and Samuel Young 
Atwell, Esq., attorney at law, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Dec. 31, 1820 

STILLWELL Lydia Sheldon, eldest daughter 
of late Christopher S., and Major John B. 
Chace, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Oct. 5, 1825 

STILLWILL Mary, second daughter of Nicho- 
las, Esq., of Providence, and Edward Grat- 
tan of New York, printer, at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Oct. 18, 1827 

STILLWELL Abraham H., of Providence, and 
Eliza B. Wyatt, of and at Bristol, by Rev. 
Mr. Lewis, June 15, 1830 

Stephen, of Albany, N. Y., and Sarah Ann 
Gardiner, daughter of Israel, of and at 
Warren, by Rev. Mr. Paine, March 27, 1831 

STILSON Arrabella Williamina, daughter of 
Joseph, of Quebec, and Moses Potter, of 
Providence, merchant, at Quebec, June 19, 1829 

STIMSON Capt. John J., of Providence, and 
Abigail Morton Clarke, daughter of Rev. 
Pitt, at Norton, Mass., Oct. 23, 1828 

STIMPSON Herbert H. and Mary Ann D. 

Brewer, at Boston. American of May 4, 1830 

STINESS Philip B. and Mary Marsh, at Slaters- 

villc, Smithfield. American of July 15, 1825 

STITES Mary L., of Columbia Co., O., and Ben- 
jamin R. Smith, of Providence, at Colum- 
bia Co. American of Nov. 25, 1823 



368 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



STOCKMAN Mary Ann and Samuel Spink, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
STOCKTON Caroline, daughter of Hon. Richard, 
Esq., of Princeton, N. J., and William R. 
Rotch, Esq., of New Bedford, at New 
York, 

Robert F., Esq., II. S. Navy, and Harriet 
Maria Potter, daughter of John, Esq., at 
Charleston, S. C. American of 
STOCKWELL Catharine G. and Capt. Isaac 

Percival, both of Boston, at Providence, 
STODDARD Martha, of Newport, and Na- 
thaniel Carpenter, of South Kingstown, 
at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Webb, 

Martin, of Sutton, Mass., and Betsey Guild, 
of and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Lewis, 

Lucinda, daughter of Capt. Noah, of Fair- 
haven, and Stephen Jenney, of Boston, at 
Fairhaven. American of 

William and Lydia M. Storo, daughter of 
Samuel, both of and at Providence, by Wil- 
liam B. Martin, Esq., 

Henry C, of Providence, and Eliza Cassim, 
of and at Pawtucket. American of 

Rev. Isaac, of New London, and Ellen Ward- 
well, eldest daughter of Allen, Esq., of and 
at Bristol. American of 

Capt. Pllijah, of Taunton, and Persia Hall, of 
Raynham, at Bristol, by Rev. Bishop Gris- 
wold. American of 

mey, third daughter of Harding, and Jona- 
than Gladding, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Edes, 

Thomas and Rebecca Allen, 
STODDERT Hannah, daughter of Benjamin, 
Esq., of Bladensburgh, Md., and George 
Washington Campbell, U. S. Senator from 
Tennessee, at Bladensburgh. American of 
STOKES John and Louisa Mathewson, at Johns- 
ton. American of 

Samuel, and Mary Ann Randall, of North 
Providence, at Johnston. American of 
STONE Henry, of Johnston, and Lusina Winsor, 
daughter of Augustus, of and at Smith- 
field, by Rev. Mr. Cooper, 

Betsey and Henry King, by William Warner, 
Esq., both of and at Cranston, 

Mr. and Miss Marble, at Charlton, 

Mass. American of 

Mary and Ezra Hutchins, Esq., attorney at 
law, at Weston, Mass. American of 



Nov. 20, 1825 

July 17, 1820 

March 21, 1823 
Jan. [5, 1832 

June 6, 181 1 
Feb. 21, 1813 

Dec. 11, 1821 

P"eb. 17, 1822 
May 14, 1824 

July 8, 1825 

Sept. 9, 1828 



Oct. 26, 1828 
Sept. 7, 1829 



July 31, 1812 
Aug. 24, 1821 
Dec. II, 1827 

April 25, 1813 

March 31, 1814 

June 10, 1814 

Sept. 27, 1 814 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES ggg 

STONE David, late governor of North Carolina, 
and Sarah Dashiell, of and at Washington, 
D. C. American of Sept. 12, 1817 

Lucina, of Seekonk, and Richard Bolster, Jr., 
of Douglas, Mass., at Seekonk, Dec. 27, i8i8 

Almira, daughter of Samuel, and Daniel 

Greene, at Johnston. American of Sept. 29, 1820 

Nancy, of Pawtuxet, and Major Job Water- 
man, at Johnston. American of Oct. 21, 1823 

Horatio and Martia M. Willis, at Mendon, 

Mass American of April 8, 1825 

John, of Ward, Mass., and Pamelia Stone, 
at Oxford, by Rev. Knock Pond. Ameri- 
can of Jan. 20, 1826 

Pamelia and John Stone, of Ward, Mass., at 

Oxford, by Rev. Knock Pond. American of Jan. 20, 1826 

John, of Ward, Mass., and Pamelia Stone, at 
Oxford, by Rev, Knoch Pond. American 
of . Feb. 10, 1S26 

Pamelia and John Stone, of Ward, Mass., at 
Oxford, by Rev. Knoch Pond. American 
of Feb. 10, 1826 

Melissa, of Oxford, and Charles J. Westcott, 
of Cranston, at Oxford, Mass., by Rev. Mr. 
Maynard, Mar. 4, 1828 

Cynthia P. and Horace King, both of and at 

Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 26, 1828 

Mrs. Cynthia P. and Horace King, both of 

Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, of Warwick, Nov. 26, 1828 

Mrs. Phebe, daughter of Nathan K. Stone, 
Ksq., of Scituate, and Anan B. Smith, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, of Warwick, Nov. 27, 1828 

Phebe and Annan A. B. .Smith, both of and 
at Scituate, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 27, 1828 

William A., of West Prospect, Me., and Cla- 
rissa Dickenson, at Boston. American of Sept. i, 1829 

Oilman and Kmily S. Amsbury, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, Nov. 5, 1829 

Sally and Isaac Hartwell, at South Leices- 
ter, by Rev. Mr, Jones, Dec. 15, 1829 

Caroline and Joseph Piper, at Newburyport. 
American of Jan. 29, 1830 

Kbenezer and Nancy Kpps, at Salem. Amer- 
ican of March 19, 1830 

Mary and Adonijah Bacon, at Worcester, March 17, 1831 

Thomas J. and Mary Stone Rice, at Boston. 

American of April 12, 1831 

STORROW Samuel Appleton, U. S. Armj;, and 
Eliza Hill Carter, only daughter of William 
Chompe Carter, Ksq., in Virginia. Amer- 
ican of July 8, 1 819 



370 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

STORROW Susan Clarke, eldest daughter of 
Thomas W., of New York, and Henry Van 
Wart, Jr., of Birmingham, Eng., in Paris, 
at the residence of the U. S. Minister, 
William C. Rives, Aug. 1 8, 1830 

STORRS Delia, daughter of D Storrs, Esq., 

of Mansfield, Ct., and Rev. Thomas J. 
Waterman, of Providence, at Mansfield, by 
Rev. A. S. Atwood, Dec. 11, 1827 

Sophrenia and Edward Turner, A. M., pro- 
fessor of Mathematics and Natural Philos- 
ophy in Middlebury College, at Middle- 
bury, Vt. American of Sept. 15, 1829 
Sarah D. and Dr. Charles Walker, at North- 
ampton. American of Oct. 6, 1829 
Nathan, Esq., and Sarah James, at Boston. 
American of Oct. 16, 1829 

STOUT Frances Hogan, only daughter of late 
Jacob, Esq., and Lieut. Samuel Livingston 
Breese, U. S. Navy, at Belleville, N. J. 
American of Dec. 31, 1824 

STOWE Sarah and Adolphus Fletcher, at 

Worcester. American of June 9, 181 8 

STOW Lydia M., daughter of Samuel, and Will- 
iam Stoddard, both of and at Providence, 
by William B. Martin, Esq., Feb. 17, 1822 

STOWE Baron, editor of Columbian Star, Wash- 
ington, and Elizabeth L. Skinner, of and 
at Winsor, Vt, Sept. 7, 1826 

Susan B. and Levi C. Harwood, both of and 
at Grafton, by Rev. Mr. Conyers. Amer- 
ican of Nov. 13, 1827 
Mahalah and Lucius Bigelow, at Grafton. 
American of Aug. 30, 1830 

STOWELL David and Mary Flagg, at Worces- 
ter, Nov. 28, 1826 
Eliza, of Boston, and Willard Brown, of and 

at Oxford, Mass. American of May 4, 1827 

Edward T. and Bethiah P. Morton, at Brook- 
field, by Rev. George R. Noyes. Ameri- 
can of April 18,1831 

STRAIGHT Rebecca, daughter of Capt. 
Thomas, of West Greenwich, and John 
Mackie, at Coventry, by Rev. Mr. Tilling- 
hast. May 4, 1820 

STRANAHAN Martha C, daughter of Dea. 
John, of Killingly, Ct., and Hoxsie Tucker, 
of Charlestown, R. L, at Killingly. Amer- 
ican of Nov. 18, 1823 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 371 

STRANGE Adeline and Cassender French, at 

Berkeley, Mass., May 13, 1822 

David F. and Narcissa Wilbur, at Pavvtucket, 
by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Oct. 26, 1828 

STRATFORD Charles J., formerly of Boston, 
and Lucinda Olney, daughter of Richard, 
Esq., formerly of Providence, at Oxford, 
Mass. American of Sept. 8, 1820 

STRATTON Mrs. Ruth, widow of John, Jr., and 
John Babcock, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 
Towle. American of Aug. i, 1809 

Sally, of Boston, and John Payne, of Charles- 
town, Mass., in this town. American of Nov. 12, 181 1 

STRATTEN John, Jr., of Lee, N. Y., and 
Phebe Clemmons, daughter of the late 
John, of and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. 
Curtis, Sept. 9, 1816 

STRATTON Lydia Ann, daughter of the late 
John, Jr., of Newport, and Moses Lawton, 
at Portsmouth. American of Aug. 22, 1820 

David, of Amherst, and Mary Mann, at Bos- 
ton. American of April 2, 1830 

STREET Frances Augusta, daughter of Titus, 
of New Haven, Ct., and William W. Hop- 
pin, of Providence, at New Haven, by Rev. 
Dr. Bacon. American of July 13, 1832 

STREETER George, of Mendon, and Lydia La- 
tham, eldest daughter of Elisha, of and at 
Smithfield. American of May 16, 1823 

George M. and Abby Bartlett, both of Smith- 
field, at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Cutler, Aug. 16, 1827 
George A. and Ann Frances Sprague, at 

Smithfield, Oct. 26, 1828 

STRICKER Juliana, daughter of the General, 
and Christopher Rankin, M. C. from Mis- 
sissippi, at Baltimore. American of Nov. 19 and 23, 1824 

STRONG Mary H., daughter of Rev. Joseph, 
D. D., and Aaron P. Cleveland, of Boston, 
merchant, at Warwick, Ct. American of Dec. 5, 1820 

Dr. Woodbridge, of Boston, and Eliza Whea- 
ton, daughter of Hon. Laban, at Norton. 
American of July 7. 1826 

Esther and Elias Champlain, at Springfield. 

American of April 17, 1827 

Levi, formerly of Providence, and Elizabeth 
Pearson, at New York. American of Aug. 12, 1831 

STROUT Capt. Joseph, Jr., of Norwich, Ct., 
and Mary Melville Townsend, of and at 
Newport. American of Sept. 7, 1824 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



STUART William, Esq., of Manchester, Eng., 
and Mary Gibbs Air, of and at Charles- 
ton, S. C. American of 
STUBBS Capt. Benjamin and Mrs. Lucretia 
Holmes, both of and at Woodstock, Ct., 
by William Bowen, Esq., 
STUDLEY Simeon and Betsey Baxter, at Paw- 
tucket. American of 

Eunice and Edmund Nelson, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Mudge, 

Ann, of Providence, and Stephen Vaughan, 
of Warren, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Webb, 

Levina and James Armington, at Pawtucket. 
American of 

Elisha and Aseneth Nickerson, at Pawtucket. 
American of 

Lydia and Israel Chiltenden, at Hingham. 
American of 

Ruth and Nathaniel C. Dana, at Pawtucket, 
by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 

Julia Ann, daughter of Capt. John.and James 
B. Potter, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Phillips, 
STURCH Richard and Charlotte Bryant, both 

of and at Bristol, 
STURGES Ann C, daughter of Russell, of Bos- 
ton, and Frederick W. Paine, of Worces- 
ter, at Boston, by Rev. Mr. Frothingham. 
American of 

George W. and Mary Anna Channing, sec- 
ond daughter of Walter, Esq., both of and 
at Boston. American of 

Keziah C. and Capt. William L. Hallett, 
both of Barnstable, at Boston, 
STURTEVANT Lemuel and Mrs. Mary Smith, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Crocker, 

Winslow, of Pembroke, and Mrs. Sarah B. 
Hatch, of Hanson, at Providence. Amer- 
ican of 

William H., Esq., of Pawtucket, and Pamelia 
Ann Branch, daughter of late Col. San- 
ford, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Edes, 

Rebecca W., daughter of the late William S., 
Esq., and Rev. Josiah Moore, of Athol, at 
Plymouth. American of 
STUTSON Susannah, of Seekonk, and Peter 
Taylor, of North Providence, 



April II, 1823 

March 5, 1826 
July 12, 1822 
Jan. 30, 1825 

June 27, 1825 
April 22, 1828 

May 13, 1828 
July 4, 1828 

July 6, 1830 

Dec. 29, 1 83 1 
March 9, 1820 

May 10, 1822 

May 21, 1824 
Oct. 25, 1827 

June 18, 1818 

Oct. II, 1825 

Jan. 2, 1826 

May 3, 1831 
March 13, 1814 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 373 

STUTSON Mrs. Abby, of Bristol, and Joseph V. 
Putney, formerly of Salem, Mass., at Bris- 
tol, by Rev. Mr. Peck, Jan. i, 1826 

STYLES John, Esq., M. D., and Harriet Ho- 
gan, second daughter of Michael, Esq., U. 
S. Consul at Valparaiso, S. A. American 
of Sept. 7, 1830 

SOUBLETTE Soleta, sister of the General, and 
neice of President Bolivar, and General 

O'Leary, son of Jeremiah, of Cork, 

Ireland, at Bagota, S. A. American of Jan. S, 1830 

SULLENS William P., of Portsmouth, and Sarah 
Ann Barker, daughter of Stephen, at Mid- 
dletown, by Rev. Mr. Sullens. American of Nov. 9, 1830 
Henry, Jr., and Hannah Earle, both of New 
Bedford, at Portsmouth, by Rev. Mr. Sul- 
lens, April 12, 1831 

SULLINGS Daniel, of New Bedford, and Abby 
Richardson, of and at iJewport. Ameri- 
can of Jan. 7, 1823 

SULLIVAN Rev. Thomas R., of Keene, N. H., 
and Mrs. Charlotte C. Blake, daughter of 
late Hon p-rancis, of and at Worcester, by 
Rev. Dr. Bancroft, Jan. 19, 1826 

SUMMERS Palmer, of New York, and Eliza 
Shaw, of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Williams. American of March 12, 1824 

SUMNER Marshall and Betsey C. Dean, of and 

at Taunton, by Rev. Mr. Colburn, Oct. 23, 1810 

Seth, of Maine, and Amey Davis, daughter of 
James, formerly of Providence, at Water- 
town, Mass., Nov. 9, 1 8 17 
Dr. George, of Hartford, Ct., and Elizabeth 
Putnam, daughter of Daniel, Esq., at Brook- 
lyn, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Wainwright. Amer- 
ican of Dec. 7, 1 8 19 
Sarah May, daughter of late Samuel, Esq., 
of Pomfret, Ct., and John C. Howard, of 
Hampden, Ct., at Pomfret, by Rev. Wal- 
ter Lyon, Oct. 7, 1823 
Mary, daughter of Capt. John N., and Dr. 
Samuel Bowen, of Thompson, Ct., at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Wilgon, May i, 1825 
Increase, of Providence, and Nancy V. Lewis, 
of Cumberland, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Webb, May 2, 1826 
William H., Esq., of Boston, Adj. General 
of Mass., and Mrs. Mary Ann Perry, 
daughter of Hon. James DeWolfe, at Bris- 
tol, by Bishop Griswold, Oct. 4, 1826 



374 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



SUMNER Frederick A., publisher of Boston 
Free Press, and Lydia Wilkinson, daughter 
of Abraham, at Pawtucket. American of 

Samuel H. and Harriet Farmer, at Boston. 
American of 

Matilda Ray, daughter of Thomas W., and 

Elihu Greene, of Providence, at Brookline, 

by Rev. Dr. Peirce, 

SUTTLE Mary M., daughter of Robert, and 

Peleg Sanford, at Newport. American of 

Henrietta and Amos Lefavor, at Seekonk, 
by Rev. Dr. Benedict. American of 

Sarah Frances, eldest daughter of Oliver, and 
James G. Armington, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. American ot 

Charles C. and Mary Daggett, both of and at 
Providence. American of 

William, Jr., of Providence, and Laura Ann 
Gage, of Pawtucket, at Providence. Amer- 
ican of 

Charlotte B., daughter of Oliver, of Provi- 
dence, and Lyam Jenckes, of Ludlow, 
Mass., at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Picker- 
ing, 

Minerva B., of Providence, and Rufus Greene, 
Jr., of Warwick, at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Brown, 

Henry A. and Sarah A. Noyes, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Lloyd S. and Lucy W. Cozzens, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
SWAIN Alice and Capt. Daniel P. Macy, at 
Friends' Meeting House, Nantucket. 
American of 

Seth, of Nantucket, and Mary Fisher, of and 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Webb, 

and Joy, at Nantucket. 

American of 

Valina G. and Thomas Cofifin, 2nd, at Nan- 
tucket. American of 

Valina G. and Thomas CofBn, 2d, at Nan- 
tucket. American of 
SWAN Capt. Samuel and Peggy Tufts, both of 
Medford, Mass., in this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson. American of 

Charles E., of Smithfield, and Merilla Burlin- 
game, of and at Glocester, 

William and Susan Williams, daughter of 
John, at Newport. American of 

Abby and John Prospect, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, 



Jan. IS, 1830 
Aug. 3, 1830 

Nov. 9, 1830 
Nov. 12, 1819 
Dec. 12, 1817 

Dec. 22, 1818 
Sept. 10, 1 8 19 

Feb. 9, 1 82 1 

Aug. 2, 1825 

Oct. 21, 1827 

Oct. 25, 1827 

March 17, 1828 

Sept. 16, 1825 
Nov. 29, 1825 
July 24, 1829 
May 10, 183 1 
May 17, 1831 

April 7, 1809 

June 19, 1822 

May 10, 1825 

Jan. 19, 1826 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



375 



SWAN Elizabeth, daughter of Richard, and Job 

A. Peckham, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 

Choiiles. American of 
SWARDS John and Mary Watson, at Boston. 

American of 
SWARTZ Mary, eldest daughter of the late 

,Capt. , of Newport, and Comfort 

Eddy, Jr., of this town, in this town, by 

Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Gardiner T. and Eliza Hanan, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Church, 
William J. and Mary Ann Saunders, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Church, 
SWATS Catharine and Comfort Eddy, at Provi- 
dence. American of 
SWAZEY Joseph, of Sutton, and Angenette 

Martin, of Smithfield, at Uxbridge. Amer- 
ican of 
SWEET Michael, Jr., of Norton, and Mary S. 

Westcott, daughter of John, of and at this 

town, by Rev. Mr. Cornell, 
Otis, of Attleboro, and Lucy R. Fox, of and 

at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
Joseph and Julia Lippitt, eldest daughter of 

Charles, Esq., in this town, by Rev. Dr. 

Crocker, 
Sally, youngest daughter of Philip, and Emor 

Harris, both of and at Smithfield, 
Elizabeth, daughter of Benajah, of this town, 

and William Manchester, of Smithfield, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, 
Marcy, daughter of Philip, of Smithfield, and 

Stephen Belknap, of Johnston, by Rev. 

Mr. Sprague, 
Mingey and Sarah Barker, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 
William and Sally Sheldon, at Johnston. 

American of 
Margaret and Nathan Hawes, at Attleboro. 

American of 
Anna, daughter of Valentine, and Stephen 

Belknap, Esq., at Johnston. American of 
Mrs. Maria and Charles Gieene, both of and 

at Coventry, by Rev. Mr. Smith, 
Jesse B., of Providence, and Joanna Sayles, 

daughter of Smith, of and at Smithfield, by 

Chief Justice Mann, 
Leonard, of Providence, and Lucy Faxon, of 

and at North Providence. American of 



July 27, 1830 
Get. 6, 1829 

Nov. 16, 1815 

Oct. 4, 1829 

July II, 1830 

Aug. 31, 1821 

March 27, 1821 

March 14, 18 10 
July 25, 1813 

Sept. 19, 1814 
Feb. 21, 1815 

Oct. 26, 1815 

Oct. 26, 1815 
Jan. 18, 1818 
Oct. 31, 1820 
May I, 182 1 
June 12, 1821 
Sept. 9, 1 82 1 

Dec. 25, 182 1 
April 5, 1822 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



SWEET Oliver and Sarah Ann Gould, daughter 
of Thomas, both of Middletown, at New- 
port. American of Dec. 31, 1822 

Otis and Eliza R. Williams, daughter of late 

Howell, both of and at Providence, April 24, 1823 

Nancy, youngest daughter of Gideon, and 
George H. Peck, both of and at Providence. 
American of June 17, 1823 

Gideon, Jr., and Roba Wood, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Aug. 17, 1823 

Alexander G. and Nancy Clarke, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. Amer- 
ican of Jan. 16, 1824 

Brown, of Smithfield, and Mary W. Mathew- 
son, daughter of Philip, Esq., of and at 
Johnston. American of May 3, 1825 

Anthony, of Smithfield, and Maria Bartlett, 
of and at Cumberland. American of AUg. 23, 1825 

Celinda, of West Greenwich, and John 
Blanchard, of Coventry, at Cranston, by 
Rev. Mr. Tatem, Sept. 25, 1825 

Phebe, of Cranston, and Nathaniel Langley, 
at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, Sept. 25, 1825 

Benjamin, of Norton, and Lydia C. Blake, of 
and at Mansfield, by Rev. Mr. Briggs. 
American of Oct. 6, 1826 

Peleg and Sarah Langley, both of and at Al- 
bion, Smithfield, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, April 8, 1827 

Jesse B. and Mary Ann Joslin, daughter of 
Willard, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Picker- 
ing, April 26, 1827 

Lydia, of Coventry, and Wrason Wilcox, of 

West Greenwich, at Warwick, May 20, 1827 

Serrell E., of Johnston, and Ann Fowler, of 
Newport, at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Man- 
chester, Dec. 20, 1827 

Solomon, of Glocester, and Harriet Hopkins, 
daughter of Jeremiah, of and at Foster, Dec. 30, 1827 

Sarah F., daughter of Joseph, and Samuel 
Gladding, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Farley, Feb. 12, 1829 

Maria, of Johnston, and Abraham Lewis, of 
Smithfield, at Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Man- 
chester, March 2, 1829 

Joseph W., of Providence, and Hannah C. 
Mumford, daughter of late Benjamin B., 
Esq., of and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 
Wheaton, Nov. 30, 1829 

Benjamin and Mrs. Sarah Cushman, at Fall 

River. American of Dec. 3, 1830 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



377 



SWEET Sarah R. and Thomas G. Pitman, Jr., 

at Newport. American of 
Mary A. T. and James L. P. Orrok, at Rox- 

bury, Mass. American of 
Almira, of Pawtucket, and Russell Robinson, 

of Attleboro, at Pawtucket. American of 
Daniel and Louisa Wood, both of and at 

Smithfield, by Rev. Mr. Allen, 
Eliza and Nathaniel Peckham, at Bristol. 

American of 
Albert, formerly of Providence, and Adelia 

Babbitt, of and at Taunton. American of 
Frances Augusta, daughter of Titus, Esq., 

of New Haven, and William W. Hoppin, 

of Providence, at New Haven, by Rev. Dr. 

Bacon. American of 
SWEETLAND Nancy D. and James Fairbanks, 

Jr., at Attleboro. American of 
Betsey and Benjamin Balcom, Jr., both of 

and at Attleboro. American of 
Halsey and Amey Richardson, both of North 

Providence, at Pawtucket. American of 
Charlotte and Oliver Gorton, at Pawtucket, 

by Rev. Mr. Benedict. American of 
Esther and Nicholas Goff, both of and at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 
Mrs. Lydia and Jesse Lord, both of and at 

Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, 
Nelson B., of Attleboro, and Abby C. Dana, 

youngest daughter of late Colville, of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, 
Ann and Shubael Y. Bezen, both of and at 

Pawtucket. American of 
Lucy Ann and John S. Hammond, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, 
Robey R., of Pawtucket, and Jonathan F. 

Gridley, of Windham, Ct., at Pawtucket, 

by Rev. Mr. Phillips, 
SWEETING Nathaniel and Catharine E. Waldo, 

at Pomfret, Ct. American of 
Henry, of Pomfret, Ct., and Ann Harris, 

daughter of John, of and at Cranston, by 

Rev. Mr. Shurtleff, 
Nancy, daughter of Major Henry, and Levi 

Hoppin, at Pomfret, Ct., by Rev. Mr. Bos- 
well. American of 
SWIFT Caroline B., of Providence, and Daniel 

Hallett, of and at Yarmouth, by Rev. Mr. 

Alden, 



Dec. 28, 1830 

March 19, 1830 

April IS, 1 83 1 

May 5, 1 83 1 

Sept. 6, 1 83 1 

April 17, 1832 

July 13, 1832 

July 20, 1821 

July 4, 1822 

March 23, 1824 

Aug. 9, 1825 

Dec. 8, 1825 

Dec. 18, 1825 

Nov. 9, 1826 
July 31, 1827 
Jan. 17, 1828 

Jan. 28, 1830 
July 12, 1825 

Nov. 26, 1826 

March 2, 1827 

July 20, 1 817 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



SWIFT Lucretia, daughter of Zephaniah, and 
Rufus P. Spaulding, Esq., of Warren, Ohio, 
at Windham, Ct. American of 
Lieut. William H.,' of U. S. Artillery, and 
Mary Stewart, daughter of James, Esq., 
British Consul, at New London, Ct. 
American of 
Asa and Hannah Potter, at Kingston. Amer- 
ican of 
Mary M. K. and Dwight R. Perry, of Rice- 

boro, Ga., at Fairhaven, 
Lydia R. and Dr. William G. Micks, U. S. 

Navy, at Gasport, Va. American of 
James F., U. S. Civil Engineer, and Myra 
Farquhar, daughter of Mr. Jephson, at New 
York. American of 
Stephen, of Lexington, Ky., merchant, and 
Lucia Tarbell, daughter of late Dr. G., at 
Lincoln. American of 
Peleg, of Wareham, and Lydia Grififith, at 
Carver. American of 
SWINBURNE Lydia, daughter of late Daniel, 
and Capt. Joshua C. Bigley, both of and at 
Newport. American of 
SWINBOURNE Abby, daughter of Nathaniel, 
and Thomas Melville, at Newport. Amer- 
ican of 
SWINBURNE Thomas and Susan P. Way, at 

Newport, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, 
SWITT Elizabeth H. and Henry H. Hitch, at 

New Bedford. American of 
SYLVESTER Amos and Sally Humes, at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Oathman, 
Abigail H., of Newport, and Andrew M. 
Smart, of New York, at Middletown, R. I., 
by Rev. Mr. Eddy, 
Mary and Stephen Pick, at Bristol, by Rev. 

Mr. Wight, ' 
Eliza and Stephen Talbee, Jr, at Bristol, 
by Rev. Mr. Wight. American of 
SYMINGTON Margaret, daughter of late Alex- 
ander, and Dr. p-rancis S. Beattie, U. S. 
Navy, at Philadelphia. American of 
SYMONDS James, of Salem, Mass., and Edam 
Bishop, of and at Cumberland. American 
of 
Lavina and Samuel Chappell, at Salem. 
American of 
SYNJA Jacob and Bathsheba Warner, both of 
and at this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 



Oct. II, 182 

Feb. 8, 1825 

Dec. 5, 1828 

Sept. 3, 1829 

Jan. I, 1830 

Jan. 15, 1830 

June 15, 1830 
March 25, 1831 

Sept. 13, 1822 

Oct. 20, 1820 

Oct. 18, 1829 

July 2, 1830 

Aug. 21, 1821 

Aug. 6, 1826 

Oct. 28, 1826 

March 14,^1828 

July 6,Ji82i 

Sept. 23, 1 8 14 
April I, 1 83 1 
May 23, 18x3 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



379 



SYNJA Mary Angenosa and John Francis 
Moore, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Phillips, 



Oct. 1 6, 183 1 



TABOR Benjamin, of Sterling, Ct., and Mary 
Jordon, daughter of Edmund, of Coventry. 
American of 

Eunice E., eldest daughter of Thomas, and 
Hugh H. Brown, one of the editors of 
Providence Gazette, both of and at this 
town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Hannah and William Mason, at Seekonk, by 
Rev. Mr. Hill, 

Joseph and Mary Martin, both of and at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Mr. Blake, 
TABER John and Mary H. Greene, daughter of 
Samuel, both of Providence, at Pawtucket. 
American of 

Samuel M. and Joanna Field, eldest daugh- 
ter of Capt. John, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Hannah and Job G. Hazard, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Sarah T. and Jeremiah Macomber, at New 
Bedford. American of 
TABOR Otis and Mary Warner, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Mary, daughter of late Reuben, and James 
Horsewell, at Newport. American of 

Mrs. Elizabeth and Dr. Ebenezer Perry, at 
New Bedford. American of 
TABER Abigail, of Little Compton, and Pardon 
Brownell, of Westport, at Tiverton. Amer- 
ican of 
TABOR Samuel M., of Providence, and Mary 
Eddy, of and at Westport, Mass. Ameri- 
can of 

Pardon, of Providence, and Mary 1^. Talbot, 
of Dighton, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Mudge. American of 
TABER Camilla, of Little Compton, and Gama- 
leel Taber, of New Bedford, at Tiverton. 
American of 



March 4, 18 14 

May 21, 1815 

Sept. 8, 1816 

Oct. 6, 1816 

Nov. 5, 1819 

Feb. 6, 1820 
Nov. 5, 1820 
Aug. 3, 1 82 1 
Sept. 2, 1 82 1 
Sept. 28, 1821 
March 22, 1822 

Dec. 7, 1822 

Jan. 3, 1823 

Oct. 7, 1823 

Oct. 28, 1823 



380 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

TABKR Gamaleel, of New Bedford, and Camilla 

Taber, of Little Compton, at Tiverton. 

American of Oct. 28, 1823 

Warren, of New Bedford, and Sally H olmes, 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, May 9, 1824 

Sarah H., daughter of Joseph, of Pawtucket, 

and Oliver Field, of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, March 31, 1825 

Ann, daughter of late Joseph, of Middletown, 

and Benjamin G. Rodman, at Newport. 

American of May 31, 1825 

George and Susan P. Taggart, daughter of 

late Capt. Joseph, both of and at Middle- 
town. American of Sept. 20, 1825 
Gifford and Lucy Allen, daughter of Peleg, of 

and at New Bedford. American of April 7, 1826 

Mary, daughter of Dea. Ichabod, and Samuel, 

C. Collyer, both of and at Pawtucket, June 12, 1826 

TABOR Samuel and Bethiah Cooke, both of and 

at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Potter, April 14, 1829 

TABER Prince L. and Hannah Clarke, at New 

Bedford. American of Sept. 22, 1829 

Alfred H., of Providence, and Mary A. Nich- 
ols, of and at East Greenwich, by Rev. 

Mr. Allen, Oct. 13, 1829 

Elizabeth E. and Caleb H. Thayer, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Church, April 7, 1830 

Asa and Sarah Washburn, at New Bedford. 

American of Aug. 27, 1830 

David S. and Jononka S. Potter.at New Bed- 
ford. American of Aug. 27, 1830 
TABER Sarah G., of New Bedford, and Charles 

Tanner, of and at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 

Tucker, May 8, 1831 

TABOR Bartholomew W. and Fanny Chace, at 

New Bedford. American of May 10, 1831 

TABER Mrs. Eliza and Isaac M. Underwood, at 

Boston. American of May 20, 1831 

Henry H., of Fairhaven, and Elizabeth A. 

Chace, of Providence, at New Bedford, June 5, 1831 

TABOR Sarah Ann and Isaac Saunders, at Paw- 
tucket. American of Aug. 30, 1831 
TABER Oliver E. and Rebecca W. James, both 

of Providence, at North Stonington, by 

Rev. Mr. Ayer, Sept. 20, 1831 

Maria S., of Fairhaven, and Capt. Charles C. 

Cooke, of Newport, at Providence, by Rev. 

Dr. Edes, Jan. 2, 1832 

TAFT Sabra, of Mendon, and Pardon B. How- 

' ard, of this town, at Mendon, Dec. 16, 1810 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 381 

TAFT Ann and Peter Wheelock, both of Men- 
don, in this town, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, March 2, 1812 

Mary A., daughter of Willis, of Uxbridge, 
and Samuel T. Holroyd, of and at this 
town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, April 22, 1813 

Smith, of this town, and Sally Hutchinson, of 
and at Smithlield, by Rev. Dr. Gano. 
American of Nov. 23, 181 3 

Mrs. Hannah, of Townsend, Vt., and Peter 
Olney, in this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano. 
American of July 26, 181 4 

Bazaleel, Esq., of Uxbridge, and Hannah 
Spring, of and at Northbridge, Mass. 
American of Jan. 6, 1818 

Adna and Amey Craggin, daughter of Benja- 
min, Esq., both of and at Uxbridge. 
American of July 24, 181 8 

Timothy and Polly Marsh, both of and at 

Uxbridge. American of July 24, 1818 

Chloe, daughter of Hon. Hezaleel, and Joseph 
Thayer, Esq., at Uxbridge, by Rev. Dr. 
Judson. American of Sept. 8, 181 8 

John and Lucretia Newell, both of and at 
Uxbridge, by Rev. Samuel Judson. Amer- 
ican of Sept. 18, 181 8 

Charlotte, of Uxbridge, and Moses Daniels, 
Jr., of Mendon, at Uxbridge, by Rev. Sam- 
uel Judson. American of Sept. 25, 1818 

Charlotte and George Carpenter, at Uxbridge, 
by Rev. Mr. Judson. American of Nov. 17, 181 8 

Otis, of Uxbridge, Mass., merchant, and 
Mary Ann Holroyd, of and at Pawtuxet, by 
Rev. Mr. Littlefield, Dec. 6, 181 8 

Mowry, of Cumberland, and formerly of Ux- 
bridge, and Louisa Waterman, daughter of 
the late James, of and at Cumberland, by 
Rev. Mr. Potter. American of Oct. S, 18 19 

Capt. Adolphus and Abby J. Clarke, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, July 10, 1820 

Ezra and Mary C. White, both of and at Ux- 
bridge. American of May 4, 1821 

Mary and Nathan D. Ruggles, at Mendon, 

Mass. American of Dec. 21, 1821 

Hannah and Benjamin Buffum, both of and 
at Uxbridge. American of May 10, 1822 

Maria and Mellan Taft, both of and at Ux- 
bridge. American of May 10, 1822 

Mellan and Maria Taft, both of and at Ux- 
bridge. American of May 10, 1822 

Almira, eldest daughter of Sweeting, and 

Whiting Metcalf, April 15, 1823 



382 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



TAFT Lydia, daughter of Brown, and Aldin Coe, 
both of and at Smithfield. American of 

Harriet, of Uxbridge, and Dr. Daniel Thur- 
ber, of Mendon,at Uxbridge. American of 

Samuel and Eliza Young, at Slatersville, 
Smithfield. American of 

Abigail B. and Eleazer H. Forrestall, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Edes, 

Anna C. and Origen Smith, at Uxbridge. 
American of 

Sophia and Abijah Seaverns, Jr., at Boston. 
American of 

Rev. George, Rector of St. Paul's, and Eliza 
Baldwin, daughter of late John, Esq., at 
Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Hathaway, 
TAGGART Raymond, of Newport, and Abby 
Newman, daughter of John, of this town, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Henry and Abby H. Stanhope, daughter of 
William, at Newport. American of 

William, Jr., and Sarah Ann Smith, daughter 
of Jonathan, at Newport. American of 

Susan P. , daughter of late Capt. Joseph, and 
George Taber, both of and at Middletown. 
American of 

Ann, daughter of Judge William, and Thomas 
G. Rogers, both of Middletown, at New- 
port, by Rev. Mr. Choules, 

Ruth, youngest daughter of Clarke, of Mid- 
dletown, and John Clarke, of Kingston, at 
Bristol, by Rev. Isaac Lewis, 
TALBEE Stephen, Jr., and Eliza Sylvester, at 
Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Wight. American of 
TALBOTT Frances Eleanor, daughter of Benja- 
min, of this town, and Giles Mumford, 
merchant, at Fayetteville, N. C. Amer- 
ican of 
TALBOT Hon. Isham, U. S. S. from Kentucky, 
and Adelaide Thomason, at Washington, 
D. C. American of 

Capt. Seth and Mary Ware, daughter of Dr. 
George, of Dighton, Mass., at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Lemira L. and Nathaniel Pearce, Jr., at Wel- 
lington. American of 

Mary L., of Dighton, and Pardon Tabor, of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Mudge. 
American of 

Capt. Josiah B. and Dolly Wilson, at Bristol. 
American of 



Oct. 28, 1823 
Nov. 19, 1824 
July IS, 1825 
Aug. 8, 1827 
Jan. 12, 1830 
May 21, 1830 

May 30, 1 83 1 

Dec. 31, 1820 
July 19, 1822 
Dec. 31, 1822 

Sept. 20, 1825 

March 7, 1831 

Sept. 5, 183 1 
March 14, 1828 

Oct. 17, 1815 

April 4, 1817 

Aug. 9, 1819 
Dec. 27, 1822 

Oct. 7, 1823 
July 21, 1826 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



383 



TALBOT Eliza, eldest daughter of Ephraim, and 
Sampson Almy, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, 

Margaret and Lieut. Joseph Smoot, U. S. 
Navy, at Norfolk, Va. American of 

Mary and Henry Peck, at Fall River. Amer- 
ican of 
TALBOTT Sarah, eldest daughter of Capt. Seth, 
of Dighton, and Newton Carpenter, of 
Providence, at Dighton, by Rev. Mr. 
Gushee, 
TALBOT Mary Elizabeth, youngest daughter of 
Benjamin, and Seth Kelley Gifford, both of 
Providence, at Brisiol, by Rev. Mr. Wight, 
TALL^FERRO Dr. John, in his 82nd year, and 
Mrs. Lydia Howard, in her 75th, at Mill- 
edgeville, Ga., by Augustin Harris, Esq., 
TALLEYRAND Mademoiselle, the niece of the 
Prince, and Gen. Bozzo Di Borgo, the Rus- 
sian Diplomat, at Paris, France. American 
of 
TALLMAN Betsey, youngest daughter of Ccl. 
Benjamin, and Oliver Kendall. American of 

Ardelia, of this town, and Joseph Bly, of and 
at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Jacobs. Amer- 
ican of 

Abby K. and Nathaniel Stevens, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 

Asa and Mary Ann Sheffield, daughter of 
John T., at Newport. American of 

Ann Eliza, daughter of Dr. John, Mayor of 
Hudson, N. Y., and A. G. Whitney, of 
Detroit, at Hudson, N. Y. American of 

Caroline Marion, daughter of Dr. John, 
Mayor of Hudson, N. Y., and Frank Pun- 
derson. American of 

Susan H. and John W. Davis, Esq., of Bos- 
ton, at New Bedford. American of 

Louisa and William Dawley, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Borden and Patience Almy, daughter of late 
Samuel, of Newport, at Middletown. 
American of 

Ruth, daughter of John, and John Boyd, both 
of and at Portsmouth. American of 

Caroline and Samuel Lopez, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Harriet, daughter of William, and Joseph 
Childs, Jr., of Portsmouth, at Newport. 
American of 



Jan. I, 1827 

March 27, 1829 

Oct. 9, 1829 

Sept. 6, 1830 
Dec. 31, 1830 
July 16, 1814 

March 23, 1819 
Oct. 30, 1810 

March 24, 1815 
Feb. 20, 1820 
Feb. 29, 1820 

May 12, 1820 

May 12, 1820 
June 20, 1820 
Nov. 12, 1820 

Feb. 4, 1823 
March 23, 1824 
March 25, 1824 

July 19, 182s 



384 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



TALLMAN Phebe, daughter of Col. Benjamin, 
and Jonathan Salisbury, both of Provi- 
dence, at Swanzey, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 

Sarah Ann and Russelas M. Chapin, at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Wayland, 

Maria and William H. Parker, both of New 
Bedford, at Newport, 

Martha B., of Johnston, and Welcome Far- 
num, of Smithfield, at Johnston, by Rev. 
Mr. Cheney, 

Prudence and John Congdon, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

John B. and Emma Ann Allen, at Fall River. 
American of 

Susan B., daughter of Seth, of New Bedford, 
and John Williams, Jr., cashier of Newport 
Bank, at New Bedford, by Rev. Mr. Perry, 

Eliza Ann, of Portsmouth, and Nathaniel 
Church, Jr., of Bristol, at Newport, by Rev. 
Mr. Beecher, 
TAMAREE Sen, King of Athol, and Karha- 
manha, Dowager of Tamahamanha, late 
King of the Sandwich Islands, at Woahoo, 
S. I. American of 
TANNER Mary G. and Samuel Spencer, both 
of Coventry, at Warwick, by Rev. Thomas 
Manchester, 

John and Sally Gardiner, daughter of Oliver, 
at South Kingstown. American of 

William G. and Abby Bacon, both of and at 
Providence. American of 

Almira and John R. Colton, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. John N. Brown, 

Sarah I., of Bristol, and Samuel Wilkinson, 
of Pawtucket, at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. 
Taft, 

^arty and Peter Etchell, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Sanborn, 

Charles, of Newport, and Sarah C. Tabor, of 
New Bedford, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 
Tucker, 
TAPPAN Hannah P. and Joseph J. Johnson, at 
Newburyport. American of 

George and Serena Davis, at Newburyport. 
American of 

TARBELL Lucia, daughter of Dr. G , and 

Stephen Swift, of Lexington, Ky., mer- 
chant, at Lincoln. American of 

Luther and Beriah Warner, at Harvard. 
American of 



June 9, 1827 
May 18, 1828 
May 23, 1828 

April 19, 1829 

June 10, 1829 

Oct. 9, 1829 

Nov. 30, 1829 

Sept. 19, 1831 

May 14, 1822 

March 8, 1821 

Oct. 26, 1821 

March 28, 1823 

Nov. 7, 1825 

July 22, 1828 
March 5, 1829 

May 8,1831 

Nov. 6, 1829 

Nov. 20, 1829 

June 15, 1830 
July 30, 1830 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



385 



TARBOX Eliphal D., of Brooklyn, Ct., and 
Louisa Ann Hyde, of and at Killingly. 
American of 
Mark and Susan Abbott, at Concord, N. H. 
American of 
TARGEE Adelia and Edwin F. Corey, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
TASKER Mary and Patrick Wright, at Newport, 
TATEM Rev. Henry, pastor of Second Baptist 
Church, and Abby A. T. King, daughter 
of Joseph, both of and at Cranston. Amer- 
ican of 
TAYER Lewis and Lydia E. Bennett, daugh- 
ter of Abraham, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Pickering, 
TAYLOR Mary, daughter of Peter, and George 
Arnold, all of this town, married by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson. American of 
William V. and Abby White, daughter of 

Capt. Thomas, all of and at Newport, 
William V. and Abby White, daughter of 
Capt. Thomas, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. 
Towle. American of 
Daniel and Sara Flahety, both of Boston, in 

this town, 
Philip, of South Kingstown, and Rachel Nich- 
ols, daughter of John T., Esq., of and at 
North Kingstown, by Rev. William Nor- 
thup, 
Peter, of North Providence, and Susannah 

Stutson, of Seekonk, 
Hertilla and Capt. Christopher Burr, both of 
this town, at New York, by Rev. Mr. Ber- 
rian. American of 
Alice, only daughter of Edward, and Henry 
F. Clarke, both of and at this town, by 
Rev. Mr. Williams, 
John, of this town, merchant, and Susan Per- 
kins Arnold, daughter of Josias Lyndon 
Arnold, late of St. Johnsbury, Vt., at 
Woodstock, Vt., 
Theodore and Sophia T. Parker, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. Amer- 
ican of 
Fally, daughter of Col. Robert, and James 
Wheaton, Jr., in this town, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, ^ , ^ 

George W., merchant, and Mary Taylor Pope, 
eldest daughter of the late Dr. John, both 
of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 



July t2, 1825 

June 4, 1830 

Sept. 4, 1 83 1 
June 20, 1826 

Aug. 30, 1 8 16 

Nov. 12, 1832 

July 24, i8io 
Dec. 31, 1810 

Jan. 22, 1811 
April 17, 1813 

March 10, 18 14 
March 13, 1814 

March 28, 1815 

Sept. 20, 181 5 

Sept. 25, 1815 

Aug. 2, 1816 

Feb. 23, 1817 

Sept. 18, 1817 



386 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

TAYLOR Eliza A., daughter of the late Wil- 
liam, of Providence, and Philip Fiske, Esq., 
of Scituate, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, Oct. 7, 1817 

Eliza, daughter of Andrew, and Amasa Man- 
ton, merchant, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Nov. 4, 1817 

Harriet, only daughter of the late Gustavus, 
Esq., and Joseph Hathaway, of Boston, at 
Providence. American of July 10, 1818 

Mary, daughter of the late Coggeshall, Esq., 
of Portsmouth, and Willard Manchester, 
formerly of Providence, at Nashville, Tenn., June 2, 1819 

Anthony V. and Martha Cornell, daughter 
of Benjamin, Esq., at Newport. American 
of Nov. 12, 1 819 

Harriet Allen, of Hillsborough, N. C, and 
John G. Polkill, Esq., of Augusta, Ga., at 
Hillsborough. American of Nov. 19, 1819 

Mrs. Elizabeth M., and Calvin Chamberlain,, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Wilson, Jan. 16, 1820 

Owen, of Scituate, and Martha Brown, daugh- 
ter of the late Gideon, of and at Johnston. 
American of March 24, 1820 

Peleg and Zelicia Coggeshall, daughter of 
Jonathan, both of Portsmouth, at Newport. 
American of Jan. 9, 1821 

William H. and Elizabeth Ann Pitman, daugh- 
ter of late John, at Newport. American of June 22, 1821 

William James, merchant, of Philadelphia, 
and Hannah Dunn, daughter ot Rev. 
Thomas, of and at Newport. American of July 10, 1821 

Elizabeth, daughter of John, and Benjamin 

I. Lawton, at Newport. American of Nov. 2, 1821 

Allen F., merchant, of Providence, and Abby 
W. Tisdale, daughter of Joseph, Esq., of 
and at Taunton. American of Nov. 9, 1821 

Elizabeth, only daughter of William, Esq., 
of Savannah, and Robert M. Goodwin, of 
Baltimore, at Savannah. American of Dec. 21, 1821 

Peter G., Esq., postmaster at Charlestown, 
Ind., and Isabella Ann Mawney, of East 
Greenwich, at South Kingstown. Ameri- 
can of July 2, 1822 

Charles A., of Providence, and Sarah Col- 
lins, of and at Foster, by Rev. Mr. Stone, Aug. 19, 1822 

Ariel E. and Mary Burr, daughter of John, 
both of and at Providence, Sept. 12, 1822 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 387 

TAYLOR Sophia Field, daughter of Andrew, 

Esq., and Walter Paine, Jr., at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 23, 1823 

Ann Eliza, daughter of Peter, and Henry 

Barton, of Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 6, 1823 

Benjamin F. and Jane J, Gushing, daughter 

of Henry, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Park, Sept. 21, 1824 
John and Mary West, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Brown, Nov. 7, 1824 

Galen and Mehitable Galvert, daughter of 

Gapt. William, of Newport. American of Feb. 8, 1825 

Samuel and Betsey Bruce, at Valley Falls, by 

Rev. Mr. Greene. American of April 5, 1825 

Emily Jane, daughter of Francis S., Esq., 

and Charles O. Handy, of Newport, purser 

U. S. Navy, at Old Point Comfort, Va. 

American of April 19, 1825 

Mrs. Elizabeth and Ebenezer Johnson, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. PickeVing, April 24, 1825 

David and Martha Horsewell, daughter of 

Ephraim, both of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Mudge, May 19, 1825 

Mary and Edwin Smith, both of Middletown, 

at Newport. American of June 7, 1825 

Joseph, Jr., and Sally M. Harris, daughter of 

William, both of Warwick, at Greenville, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 16, 1825 

Jeanette and Pelham W. Warren, Esq., in 

Plymouth [Clarke's Island], by Rev. Dr. 

Kendall. American of Oct. 21, 1825 

Sarah, eldest daughter of late William, of 

Providence, and Capt. Elisha Harris, at 

Scituate, by Rev. Jonathan Wilson, Dec. 20, 1825 

Sally, of Scituate, and Elisha Harris, Esq., of 

and at Coventry, Dec. 21, 1825 

Betsey Ann, daughter of Thomas, and Wil- 

lard Johnson, both of and at Warwick, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 8, 1826 

John, of Providence, and Ruth Ann Mosher, 

of and at Bristol, by Rev. Mr. Mann, Oct. 30, 1826 

George A. and Hannah Dyer, eldest daugh- 
ter of Olney, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Wilson, Nov. 15, 1826 

Maria, daughter of John, and Jonathan Wil- 

bour, at Little Compton, Dec. 3, 1826 

Esther and Abraham Foster, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 25, 1826 

Susan, daughter of late William, and Nathan- 
iel Gladding, both of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Dr. Edes, Jan. 16, 1827 



388 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

TAYLOR Mary Ann, daughter of late Capt. 
William, aijd James Harvey Read, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Jan. 28, 1827 

George W. and Julia Ann Brownell, daughter 

of late Capt. Paul, at Newport, March 14, 1827 

Robert and Frances Goddard, daughter of 
Thomas, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Mudge, April 9, 1827 

Peter, of Harrington, and Mrs. Mary E. 
Grant, of and at Warren, by Rev. Mr. 
Stoddard, Aug. 5, 1827 

Abby, daughter of Simeon, and Benjamin F. 
Wilbour, at Little Compton, by Rev. Mr. 
Paine, Sept. 30, 1827 

Mary, daughter of late John, of Newport, 
and Ezra Eld red, of North Kingstown, at 
Newport, by Rev. Mr. Torrey. American of Jan. 29, 1828 

John B. and Margaret Johnson, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Kent, April 27, 1828 

Miss Elizabeth and Charles C. Dunham, both 
of Warwick, at Crompton Mills, by Rev. 
Mr. Wilson, Oct. 23, 1828 

Hermoine G., of East Greenwich, and Col. 
Winsor Farnum, of Smithfield, at East 
Greenwich, by Rev. Mr. Dane, Nov. 20, 1828 

Lieut. Francis, U. S. Army, and Sally Har- 
wood, daughter of General Richard, of and 
at Annapolis, Md., by Rev. Mr. Blanchard. 
American of Sept. 25, 1829 

Joseph and Sarah Maxim, at Plymouth. 

American of Nov. 24, 1829 

George W. and Mary S. Hopewood, daugh- 
ter of William W., both of and at New 
York, by Rev. Henry Chace, May 11, 1831 

William and Abby R. Babcock, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 13, 1831 

Julia Greene, daughter of Josiah, and Benja- 
mm White, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 14, 1831 

Joseph Warren and Elizabeth Dean, daugh- 
ter of Simon, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Mr. Pickering, Oct. 20, 183 1 

Joseph Warren and Elizabeth Dean, daugh- 
ter of Simon, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Pickering, Oct. 27, 1831 

Abby, daughter of late William, of Provi- 
dence, and Henry B. Dearth, of Scituate, 
at Brooklyn, N. Y., June 23, 1832 

John H. and Eliza F. Harding, second daugh- 
ter of Hezekiah, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Hathaway, Oct. 21, 1832 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 389 

TEARS John, of Philadelphia, and Cynthia 
Westcott, daughter of the late Capt. Sam- 
uel, of this town, by Rev. Dr. Messer, May 19, 1814 
TEEL Mary, of Providence, and John H. Mar- 
ble, of Somerset, Mass., at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano. American of July 18, 1820 

Abigail and Benjamin Smith, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 24, 1826 

TEFF'T Israel K., merchant, of Savannah, Ga., 
and Penelope M. Sessions, youngest daugh- 
ter of Darius, Esq., of and at Thompson, 
Ct., by Rev. Mr. Dowe, Aug. 25, 1817 

Mary Ann and Edward Luther, both of and 
at Providence. American of June 17, 1823 

John and Azubah Blackington, both of and at 

Attleboro. American of Dec. 30, 1S23 

Carolma, daughter of late Capt. Obadiah, and 
William Andrews, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 
all of and at Providence, Feb. 11, 1824 

Henry O. and Elizabeth Moore, daughter of 
John, both of and at Newport, by Rev. 
Mr. Gammell, Dec. 6, 1826 

Betsey and James W. Tibbetts, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Jan. 17, 1827 

Charlotte E., daughter of late David, and 
William Curtis, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Church, Feb. 9, 1831 

TELF.AIR David, of New York, and Mary M. 
Pearse, daughter of Israel, of Newport, at 
Bristol. American of Dec. 7, 1813 

TELFORD Mrs. Mary, 57, and Thomas Dinwid- 

die, 6r, near Georgetown, Ky. American of April i, 1 814 
TEMPEST Lady Frances Vane and Rt. Hon. 
Baron Stewart, Lieut. General in the Brit- 
ish Army and Ambassador to the Court 
of Vienna ; the bride is very wealthy and 
beautiful ; her age is 16, his 43 ; a bitter 
suit was waged in chancery, alleging the 
disparity of ages, fortune and other mat- 
ters. American of ' May 18, i8ig 
TEMPLE James and Lucy Prout, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Oct. 23, 1820 

Peter, of Providence, and Abigail Evans, of 
and at South Reading, Oct. 2i, 1823 

Laura, of Providence, and Charles Treadwell, 
formerly of Portsmouth, at Salem, Mass. 
American of Feb. 17, 1824 

Dr. John I., of Hanover Co., Va., and Eliza- 
beth Stoughton, daughter of Rev. Dr. 
Stoughton, President of Columbia College. 
American of April 20, 1 824 



390 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

TEMPLE Mary, daughter of late James, and 

Philip W. Martin, both of and at Providence, 

by Rev. Dr. Crocker, May 26, 1824 

Richard and Sarah L. Dorr, eldest daughter 

of Joseph, both of and at Providence, Aug. 3, 1824 

Sarah, daughter of late James, and William 

H. Mason, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Crocker, Aug. 29, 1824 

Rev. Daniel, missionary to Malta, and Mar- 
tha Ely, of Longmeadow, at Hartford. 

American of Jan. 12, 1830 

TENNANT Lydia, daughter of Capt. George, 

and Capt. John Westcott, both of and at 

Wickford, North Kingstown. American of Feb. 8, 1822 

Abigail D. and John W. Tennant, both of 

and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 22, 1826 

John W. and Abigail D. Tennant, both of 

and at Warwick, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Oct. 22, 1826 

TENNY John Y. and Harriet Goodnow, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Sept. 26, 1824 
TERRY Maria, of Boston, and Caleb Metcalf 

Brown, of Newport, at Boston, by Rev. 

Mr. Potter, at St. Paul's Church, Oct. 10, 1827 

Martha, of Boston, and Dr. Joseph J. Fales, 

of Newport, at Boston, April 2, 1828 

TESTE Julia Louisa, only daughter of Alexis, 

Esq., of this town, and Jonathan Sabin, of 

Seekonk, at this town, by Rev. Dr. 

Crocker, April 13, 18 12 

TEW Capt. William W. and Thankful Wickham, 

at Newport. American of Nov. i, 1808 

Hannah, daughter of Capt. Henry, of Ports- 
mouth, and Daniel Vaughn, of Charleston, 

S. C, merchant, Oct. ii, 1810 

Mary, daughter of Capt. Henry, and William 

Connett, at Portsmouth. American of May 14, 181 1 

Sarah W., daughter of the late Col. William, 

of Newport, and Benjamin Ingle, of Taun- 
ton, Mass., at Newport. American of Aug. i, 18:5 
Capt. Henry and Mrs. Frances Bailey, both 

of and at Newport. American of Nov. 23, 18 19 

Job and Mary Barker, both of and at New- 
port. American of April i8, 1820 
Joseph and Mary Scott, daughter of William, 

at Newport. American of March 2, 1821 

John, of Newport, and Mary Clarke, of and 

at Providence, April 30, 1823 

Amelia, daughter of late Col. William, and 

John L. Tilley, Jr., at Newport, Dec. 21, 1824 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 3 91 

TEW Hannah, daughter of Joshua, and Thomas 

Gardiner, at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Gam- 

mell, Jan. 26, 1826 

Thomas, of Newport, and Mary G. Reming- 
ton, of Coventry, at Providence, by Rev. 

Mr. Pickering, Jan. 7, 1827 

Mary, of Newport, and William Burgess, of 

Providence, at Newport. American of Jan. 8, 1828 

Mary D. and George S. Partridge, merchant, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Partridge, Nov. 11, 1830 

TEWELL Mrs. Eliza G. and Francis Baker, 

at Newport. Ameritan of Jan. 8, 1828 

THACHER Moses, candidate minister in Fox- 

boro, and Henrietta Wilmarth, of and at 

Attleboro, by Rev. Mr. Ferguson, Sept. 25, 1822 

THANE Cornelia V., daughter of Dr. Samuel, 

of Hillsdale, N. Y., and Dr. Asa Spauld- 

ing, of Pittsfield, Mass., at Hillsdale, by 

Rev. Mr. Woodbridge, June 21, 1820 

Jane, of Hillsdale, N. Y., and Dr. William 

Peck, of Providence, at Hillsdale, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano. American of ' May 30, 1823 

THATCHER Lucretia, daughter of Anthony, 

Esq., and Nathaniel H. Berry, Esq., purser 

U. S. Navy, at New London. American of Feb. 8, 1828 

THAXTER Mary H. and Henry Wheeler, both 

of and at Worcester, by Rev. Dr. Bancroft, July 12, 1826 
Samuel L. and Betsey Gooding, both of and 

at Fall River, by Rev. Mr. Miner, Sept. 8, 1830 

THAYER Mrs. Nancy and Andras Bowen, both 

of this town, Jan. 7, 181 1 

Harriet, only daughter of Williams, Esq., of 

this town, and Patrick Brown, Esq., of 

Nassau, N. P., by Rev. Dr. Gano, July 14, 181 1 

Nancy, daughter of Edward, of Conway, 

Mass., and Edward Rose, of Wellington, 

Mass., at Bristol, R I., by Rev. Mr. Wight, Oct. 27, 1816 
Joseph, Esq., and Chloe Taft, daughter of 

Hon Bezaleel, at Uxbridge, by Rev. Mr. 

Judson. American of Sept. 8, 181 8 

William, merchant, formerly of Providence, 

and Susannah Broadie, of and at Charles- 
ton, S. C. American of March 9, 1819 
Maria, of Providence, and Jesse Hartwell, 

Jr., of New Marlboro, Mass., at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Sharpe, of Boston, Sept. 19, 1819 

Eliza R. and Capt. William Greenman, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Aug. 6, 1820 



392 



VITAL RECORD OP RHODE ISLAND 



THAYER Sally, of Douglass, Mass., and Annon- 
nias Gifford, of Uxbridge ,at Thompson, 
Ct. American of 

Silas, of Wrentham, and Rebecca Carr, of 
and at Pawtuxet. American of 

Lillis and John Lewis, both of and at Valley 
Falls. American of 

William C. and Sarah S. Chappell, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Mudge, 

George W., of Warwick, and Anna Sprague, 
of and at Smithfield. American of 

John, of Providence, and Jemima White, of 
Mansfield, at Taunton. American of 

Mary, eldest daughter of Dr. A , of Men- 
don, Mass., and George E. Carter, Esq., of 
Augusta, Ga., at Mendon, 

Dr. Alexander, of Mendon, and Sally Blake 
IngersoU, of and at Boston. American of 

James, of Taunton, and Rebecca Perry, of 
Rehoboth, at Taunton. American of 

Mary, of Cranston, and Thomas Fenner, of 
Scituate, at Cranston, by Rev. Mr. Tatem, 

Aaron, Jr., and Mary Ann Beers, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Melancy, daughter of Abiather, of Attleboro, 
and Gilbert Hicks, of Rehoboth, at Attle- 
boro, 

Elijah, of Medfield, Mass., and Mary Hemen- 
way, of and at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, 

Sylvanus and Rebecca Grossman, at Taun- 
ton. American of 

Walter B. and Azubah Black, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Cyrena, of Smithfield, and Willis Cooke, of 
Cumberland, at Woonsocket Falls, by Rev. 
Dr. Benedict, 

Amadee, son of James, late of Rhode Island, 
and the wealthy proprietor of the "Passages 
des Pandrames," in Paris, and — =- Ber- 
trand, daughter of General Bertrand, Napo- 
leon's Grand Marshal. The bride is a 
beauty and resided some time with her 
father at St. Helena. American of 

Abigail G., daughter of Dr. Alexander, of 
Boston, and Charles Childs, of Providence, 
at Boston, by Rev. Mr. Ripley, 

George R. M. and Juliana Waite, of Montreal, 
at Dorchester. American of 

Mrs. Augusta Maria and J. D. Richards, at 
Boston. American of 



May lo, 1822 

May 24, 1822 

July 4, 1823 

Nov. 27, 1823 

March 5, 1824 

May 28, 1824 

Nov. 2, 1824 
Dec. 31, 1824 

March 4, 1825 
July 26, 1825 

Aug. 24, 1825 

Jan. 5, 1826 

Jan. 12, 1826 

Jan. 27, 1826 

June 16, 1828 

July 3, 1828 



July 8, 1828 

Dec. 8, 1828 

Feb. 24, 1829 

June 30, 1829 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 393 

THAYER Caleb H. and Elizabeth E. Tabor, 
both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 
Church, April 7, 1830 

Preserved S. and Susan A. Benson, both of 
and at Millville, Mendon, by Rev. Nathan- 
iel Barker. American of Nov. 9, 1830 

Sarah Ann and Lewis H. Bradford, of Provi- 
dence, at Bellingham, by Rev. Mr. New- 
ton, Nov. 28, 1830 

Rebecca, daughter of Abner. of Taunton, 
and Laban Arnold, of Norton, at Taunton, 
by Rev. Mr. Maltby, Feb. 10, 183 1 

THIMBY Maria and Paul Baker, at Salem. 

American of June 25, 1830 

THOMAS Benjamin and Harriet Lindley, mar- 
ried by Rev. Dr. Gano, Aug. 13, 1809 

Major Alexander and Mary Borden, daughter 
of the late Joseph, all of Portsmouth, May 25, 1810 

Mrs. Charlotte and Joseph Thomas, both of * 

and at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. 2, 18 10 

Joseph and Mrs. Charlotte Thomas, both of 

and at this town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. 2, i8io 

George and Hannah Hammond, by Rev. 

Dr. Gano. American of Sept. 24, 181 1 

George and Pamela Andrews Ely, both of 

Cumberland, by Rev. Dr. Gano, April 22, 1813 

Philip, of Cumberland, and Amey Jenckes, of 
and at Smithfield. American of June 2i, 1814 

John Anthony and Sarah Dunn Jones, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. VVilson, Nov. 6, 1815 

Isaiah, Esq., of Worcester, and Rebecca 
Armstrong, of and at Boston, by Rev. Mr. 
Eaton, Aug. 10, 18 19 

Douglas, editor of the Alexandrian, and Eliza 

Cranston, at Alexandria, DC. American of Feb. 16, 1821 

Mary R., daughter of late Isaiah, Jr., and 
Pliny Merrick, Esq., of Taunton, at Wor- 
cester. American of June 5, 1821 

Gardiner and Eleanor Borden, daughter of 
John, both of Portsmouth, at Newport. 
American of April 9, 1822 

John, Esq., and Hannah Hedge, daughter of 
Barnabas, Esq., at Plymouth, Mass. Amer- 
ican of July 4, 1823 

Frances C, granddaughter of Isaiah, of Wor- 
cester, and William A. Crocker, Esq., of 
Taunton, at Worcester. American of Nov. 19, 1824 

Hannah W., of Worcester, and Samuel L. 
Crocker, of Taunton, at Worcester. Amer- 
ican of June 28, 1825 



394 



VITAL RECORD OP RHODE ISLAND 



THOMAS Isaiah, of Middleboro, and Hope 
Hathaway, of and at Dighton, by Israel 
Anthony, Esq., 

Maria and Edwin C. Kelley, both of and at 
Lyman's Factory, North Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Benedict. American of 

Samuel and Nancy Huntington, at Paw- 
tucket, by Rev. Dr. Benedict, 

Abijah B. and Eliza Capron, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. ?/[r. Wilson, 

George B., of Wickford, and Mary Ann 
Sherman, of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Phillips. American of 

Nancy and Benjamin Galley, Jr., both aged i6, 
at Sanborntown, N. H., by Rev. Benja- 
min Galley. American of 

Rev. Moses G. and Mary Jane Kent, daugh- 
ter of Hon. William A., at Goncord, N. H. 
American of 

Lucinda, daughter of Lewis, of Wickford, 
and Nicholas P. Gardiner, of Providence, 
at Wickford, 

Laura A., of Marshfield, and Seth Loring, of 
New Bedford, at Marshfield. American of 
THOMASON Adelaide and Hon. Isam Talbot, 
U. S. S. from Kentucky, at Washington, 
D. C. American of 
THOMPSON Peter and Sally Adams, daughter 
of Joseph, Esq., both of and at Mendon, by 
Rev. Mr. Smith. American of 

Martha, daughter of the late Samuel, of 
Stonington, and Joseph Noyes, Jr., of 
Westerly, at Stonington, Ct., 

Tamma, daughter of Ezra, Esq., of Pough- 
- keepsie, N. Y., and Rev. James M. Win- 
chell, pastor jst Baptist Ghurch, Boston, at 
Poughkeepsie. American of 

Elizabeth K., daughter of Edward K., Esq., 
and Samuel Nightingale, in this town, at 
St. John's Ghurch, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, 

Gilbert Livingstone, Esq., of New York, and 
Arielta Minthorne Tompkins, daughter of 
Hon. Daniel D., Vice President of U. S., 
at Staten Island, N. Y. 

Sally, daughter of Gapt. Joshua P., and Row- 
land Burdick, both of and at Westerly. 
American of 

Ziba, of Bellingham, Mass., and Rebecca 
Brooks, of Walpole, at Gumberland, by 

' Nathan Arnold, Esq., 



July 1 6, 1826 

Nov. 24, 1826 

Jan. 8, 1828 

June 21, 1829 

Dec. 29, 1829 

June 25, 1830 

July 23, 1830 

March 10, 1831 
April IS, 1 83 1 

April 4, 1817 

Oct. 6, 1812 

March 30, 1814 

July I, 1814 
Nov. 8, 181 5 

May 17, 1818 

Sept. 14, 1819 

July 3, 1820 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 395 

THOMPSON Sarah and Charles Rogers, at East 

Bridgewater. American of Oct. 5, 1821 

Jane Ann and Reuhen Smith, both of and at 

Pawtucket. American of Oct. 26, 1821 

Maria W., daughter of late Dr. William, and 
Capt. Ebenezer Cole, at Warren. Ameri- 
can of Dec. 14, 1 82 1 

Festus L., of Vermont, and Eliza Greene, 
daughter of Christopher, at Warwick. 
American of Aug. 20, 1822 

Catharine Livingstone, eldest daughter of 
Hon. Smith, Secretary of the Navy, and 
Charles DeBreson, Secretary of Legation 
of France, at Washington, D. C. Amer- 
ican of Feb. 4, 1823 

Eunice H., of Montville, Ct., and William N. 
Clarke, of Charleston, S. C, at Hebron, 
Ct. American of Sept. 12, 1823 

Mary Louisa, daughter of Hon. Smith, and 
Lieut. John Henry Clack, U. S. Navy, at 
New York American of Sept. 21, 1824 

Ann Eliza and John Pearce Hall, both of and 

at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Dec. 26, 1824 

Mrs. Temperance, of Warren, and Allen 
Munro, of Seekonk, at Warren, by Rev. 
Mr. Welsh, Jan. 30, 1825 

Mary Ann, daughter of Peter, of Providence, 
and David T. Capron, of Uxbridge, at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, April 4, 1825 

Lucinda, of Rehoboth, daughter of Rev. Otis, 
who performed this marriage, and James 
Carpenter, of Providence, Jan. 8, 1826 

George B. and Eliza B. Grafton, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. 10, 1826 

Ann Eliza and James L. Hudson, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Brown, Jan. 25, 1827 

Hannah and Edward Carlile, both of and at 

Providence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Sept. 25, 1827 

John C, of Providence, and Lydia E. Free- 
body, of and at Newport, Nov. 4, 1827 

Mary and William Allen, both of and at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, March 20, 1828 

Eliza, daughter of late John, Esq., of Prov- 
idence, and Capt. Freeman Foster, of Scit- 
uate, at New York, Sept. 19, 1828 

Charlotte W., youngest daughter of Rev. 
Otis, of Rehoboth, and Origin Bachellor, 
editor and publisher of the Anti Universa- 
list, at Rehoboth, by Rev. Mr. Thompson, Nov. 6, 1828 



396 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

THOMPSON Sarah S., daughter of late Edward 

K., Esq., of Providence, and John Barstow, 

of New York, at Providence, by Rev. Dr. 

Crocker, Nov. ii, 1828 

Louisa A., of Baltimore, and George Tucker, 

Esq., professor of Moral Philosophy, in 

Virginia University, at Baltimore, by Rev. 

Dr. Wyatt, Dec. 9, 1828 

Joseph and Susan Orphin, at Nantucket. 

American of Aug. 25, 1829 

Merriam and Thomas Boardman, at Marble- 
head. American of Nov. 6, 1829 
Esther Lois, daughter of late Edward K., 

Esq., and Rev. Alixis Caswell, professor of 

Mathematics and Natural Philosophy in 

Brown University, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, May 17, 1830 
Ichabod W., of Piympton, and Susan 

Churchill, at Plymouth. American of June 11, 1830 

John Brown and Hannah Proctor Phillips, 

daughter of late Capt. William, all of War- 
ren, at Swanzey, by Rev. Mr. Baker, July 4, 1 830 
Aaron L., of Boston, and Randilla Weston, 

at Springfield, Vt. American of Aug. 17, 1830 

James, of Providence, and Abby Moses, 

daughter of late Samuel, of and at New- 
port, by Rev. Mr. Choules, Jan. 18, 1831 
THORBURN Margaretta Gray, second daughter 

of late Robert, of New York, and Edward 

Hunt Skillman, merchant, of St. Francis- 

ville, La., at New York, by Rev. Dr. Mc- 

Auley, July 8, 1829 

THOREAU Capt. Marie and Capt. Louis Le- 

fevre. The bride had been in the army for 

several years, her sex not being discovered 

until severely wounded. She was raised 

to a full Captaincy for her bravery by 

Marshall Soult, at Paris. American of Feb. 5, 1813 

THORN Ann Augusta, daughter of William, 

Esq., of New York, and George N. Allen, 

formerly of Providence, at New York. 

American of L>ec. 25, 1827 

Elizabeth, of Chelsea, and John Shield, of 

Cavindish Square, London, at St. James 

Church. American of Nov. 25, 1831 

THORNDIKE Hon. Israel, of Boston, and Sally 

Dana, daughter of Rev. Dr. Dana, of Ips- 
wich, at Marblehead. American of July 14, 18 18 
Charles, of Boston, and Mary M. Burnell, at 

Baltimore. American of Nov. 2, 1824 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— MARRIAGES 



397 



THORNDIKE Anna, daughter of Hon. Israel 
T., and William J. Loring, Esq., at Bos- 
ton, by Rev. Mr. Young. American of 
THORNTON Phebe, daughter of Elisha, and 
Nathaniel Howland, at New Bedford, at 
Friends Meeting House. American of 

Hannah H. and Samuel W. Wightraan, at 
Pawtuxet, by Rev. Mr. Jacobs, 

Dinah and William Brown, both of and at 
Johnston, by Rev. Mr. Sprague, 

Phebe B and Daniel Harris, at Pawtuxet, by 
Rev. Mr. Jacobs. American of 

Amelia, only daughter of Joseph, Esq., and 
Paris S. Thornton, both of and at John- 
ston. American of 

Paris and Amelia Thornton, only daughter 
of Joseph, Esq., both of and at Johnston. 
American of 

Stephen and Mary Ormsbee, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Miss Lucretia, 26, of Johnston, and Jonathan 
Paine, of Smithfield, 70, at Johnston. 
American of 

Mary and Esek Burlingame, at Johnston. 
American of 

Lydia Waterman, eldest daughter of William, 
and James Waterman, at Johnston. Amer- 
ican of 

John and Elizabeth S. Comstock, youngest 
daughter of Dr. Ezekiel, at Smithfield. 
American of 

Amey, daughter of William, of Johnston, and 
John Evans, at Johnston. American of 

Daniel, Jr., and Lydia Steere, of and at John- 
ston. American of 

Julia Ann, only daughter of Pardon, and 
James C. Sharkley, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

Merebah and William B, Pottle, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Freelove and Erastus B. G. White, both of 
Cranston, at Providence, 

Louisa, daughter of Gideon, and Henry W. 
Lathrop, both of and at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Edes, 

Waitey.of Pawtuxet, and Job Russell Greene, 
of East Greenwich, at Pawtuxet, by Rev. 
Mr. Shurtleff, 

Lydia S. and John A. Kent, at Pawtucket, 
by Rev. Mr. Taft, 



Oct. 21, 1825 

April 28, 1 812 

Oct. 15, 1812 

Dec. 12, 1813 

July 8, 18 [7 

Feb. 22, 1820 

Feb. 22, 1820 
Nov. 23, 1820 

Dec. 9, 1820 
Dec. 29, 1820 

March 6, 1821 

June I, 1821 

Jan. 7, 1823 

March 11, 1824 

April 15, 1824 

May 26, 1824 

July 7, 1825 

Aug. 9, 1827 

Nov. 26, £827 
March i, 1829 



398 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



THORNTON Mrs. Margaret E., daughter of 
A. Buckner, of Virginia, and Hon. James 
Clarice, M. C. from Kentucky, at Wash- 
ington City, by Rev. Mr. Johns, 

Mahala and Henry Armstrong, both of and 
at Fall River, by Rev. Mr. Ewers, 
THORP Henrietta and David Burr, in this 
town, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

George F. and Mary Fiske, both of this 
town, at Rehoboth, 

James M. and Rhoda Potter, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 

Reuben, J r., and Violette Scott, both of and 
at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Baker, 
THROCKMORTON Frances Barberil, young- 
est daughter of late William, and J. Lean- 
der Starr, of Halifax, at New York, by 
Rev. Bishop Onderdunk, at Trinity Church. 
American of 
THROOP Juliana, daughter of Col. William, late 
of Bristol, and James Eppinger, Esq., of 
Savannah, Ga,, at New York, by Rev. Mr. 
Stafford, 

George, of Lake Champlain, N. Y., and 
Sarah Church, daughter of George, of and 
at Bristol. American of 
THURBER Samuel, Jr., and Ann Comstock, 
daughter of Capt. Benjamin, in this town, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Mrs. Nancy and Capt. Daniel McFoy, both 
of this town, married by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Mrs. Experience, of this town, and John Bar- 
ney, of New York, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Mary, eldest daughter of Relief, and Job 
Scott Spencer, in this town, 

Eliza, third daughter of the late Edward, 
Esq., and Dexter Randall, Esq., attorney- 
at-law, both of and at this town, by Rev. 
Dr. Messer, 

Rachel, daughter of Samuel, Esq., of this 
town, and Rev. Elias Smith, of Portsmouth, 
N. H., at Cumberland. American of 

Sarah, daughter of late Edward, and Dr. 
Henry Waterman, at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr. Gano, 

James and Sarah Irons, both of and at this 
town, by Rev. Dr. Messer, 

Samuel, Jr., and Thankful Rose, both of this 
town, at South Kingstown. American of 

Darius N. and Palmyra Irons, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano. American of 



March 3, 1829 

Sept. 10, 1829 

Jan. 6, 181 1 

July 15, 1811 

July 20, 1820 

Sept. 4, 1820 

Dec. 28, 1830 

May I, 1820 

June 17, 1823 

Nov. 20, 1808 

Nov. 27, 181 1 

Nov. 2, 1812 

April 8, 1 81 3 

Nov. 29, 1 81 3 

Sept. 30, 1 8 14 

Oct. 27, 1814 
Jan. 19, 1815 
April 4, 181 5 
March i, 1816 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 



399 



THURBER Major William, of this town, and 
Abby Price, daughter of the late John, of 
Newport, in this town, by Rev Dr. Gano, 

Elizabeth, daughter of Samuel, of Provi- 
dence, and Francis Elliott, at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Amey, youngest daughter of Samuel, Esq., 
and Jabez Gorham, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Hannah, youngest daughter of the late Ed- 
ward, and Davis Dyer, merchant, both of 
and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Maria, daughter of the late Edward, Esq., of 
Providence, and James W. Fosdick, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Capt. Samuel and Abby Alger, both of Prov- 
idence, at East Greenwich. American of 

Sarah, daughter of the late Edward, and 
Daniel Sheldon, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Hetty, daughter of Samuel, and Phinehas 
Potter, both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Dr Gano, 

Henry and Julia Ann Willard, both of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Emeline A., daughter of Capt. John, and 
Loring D. Chapin, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

Jacob B. and Alice Ann Martin, youngest 
daughter of Joseph, at Providence, by 
Rev. Dr. Gano, 

Mrs. Polly, eldest daughter of Relief, and 
John Wilbur, both of and at Providence, 
by Rev. Dr. Gano. American of 

William and Celinda Ide, both of and at At- 
tleboro. American of 

Isaac and Lucy Brown, at Providence, 

Abby, daughter of Relief, and George Sim- 
mons, both of and at Providence, 

Mary L. and Thomas H. Bowen, both of and 
at Providence. American of 

Henry and Mary H. Jones, youngest daugh- 
ter of late Elder John P., both of and at 
Providence. American of 

Hannah A., daughter of Major William, and 
David Bolles, both of and at Providence. 
American of 

Stanton, of Providence, and Martha B. Dex- 
ter, of North Providence, at Pawtucket, 
by Rev. Mr. Taft, 



March 24, 1816 

July 30, 1816 

Dec. 4, 1816 

Aug. 26, 1817 

Jan. 27, 1818 
Sept. 17, 1819 

Nov. 7, 1819 

Feb. 29, 1820 
May 7, 1820 

May 31, 1820 

Nov. 23, 1820 

March 16, 1821 

March 27, 1821 
May 6, 1821 

Sept. 16, 1821 

Jan. 8, 1822 

May 7, 1822 

Oct. 15, 1822 

Oct. 27, 1822 



400 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

THURBER Edward and Mehitable Tucker, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Brown, May i8, 1823 

Catharine, of Providence, and Bowers Lewis, 

of Dighton, at Providence. American of June 6, 1823 

John, Jr., and Hopestill Bosworth, both of 

and at Warren. American of June 27, 1823 

Experience, of Providence, and Charles 

Bacon, of Connecticut, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Wilson, Jan. 18, 1824 

Mrs. Experience, of Providence, and Capt. 

Charles F. Bacon, of Charleston, S. C, at 

Providence, by Rev. Mr. Wilson. (This 

is correct.) Jan. t8, 1824 

Ann Elizabeth, of Providence, and George 

Olney, of North Providence, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr.Wilson. 
Stephen and Joanna Luther, both of Warren. 

American of 
John G., of Providence, and Mrs. Eliza 

Beedle, at Edgartown. American of 
Dr. Daniel, of Mendon, and Harriet Taft, of 

and at Uxbridge. American of 
Sarah Ann, daughter of Capt. John, and 

Peleg Hull, both of and at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Ludlow, 
Newman, of Rehoboth, and Mrs. Ardelia Bly, 

of Providence, at Johnston. American of 
James W. and Caroline M. Lamson, both of 

and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Pickering, Dec. 25, 1826 

Alice Ann and Edward Field, at Providence, 

by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Sept. 4, 1827 

Joanna M., of North Providence, and Levi 

Lewis, of Providence, at Olneyville, by Rev. 

Mr. Cheney. American of Oct. 5, 1827 

THORNTON Elizabeth and Isaac Benchley, at 

Johnston. American of Oct. 12, 1827 

THURBER Charles and Brittania Holbrook, 

both of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. 

Pickering, Dec. 3, 1827 

Harriet, of Providence, and William H. 

Hawkins, of Fall River, at Providence, by 

Rev. Mr. Pickering, Dec. 3, 1827 

Leonora W. and Perley W. Carpenter, both 

of and at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Picker- 
ing, Dec. 15, 1828 
~ William K. and Mary R. Turner, at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Sanborn, May 31, 1829 
Olive and Bethnel Turner, at Swanzey. 

American of June 29, 1830 



May 23, 


1824 


Sept. 10, 


1824 


Oct. 24, 


1826 


Nov. 19, 


1824 


Nov. 22, 


1824 


larch 1 8, 


1825 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 401 

THURBER Lucy, daughter of William, 2d, and 
Ebenezer C. Cooke, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Church, Oct. 23, 1831 

Hetta, daughter of Dexter, and Miles B. 
Tobey, at Providence, by Rev. Mr. Tobey, Aug. 6, 1832 

Mary C. and Ira B. Winsor, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Hall, Nov. 22, 1832 

THURSTON Mary C, daughter of Samuel I., 
merchant.of Georgetown, S.C.and Richard 
Waterman, of this town, at Georgetown, 
by Rev. Dr. Hailing, May 30, 1809 

Elizabeth Launders, daughter of the late Capt. 
Samuel, and Capt. John Paine Hammond, 
at Newport, Oct. 28, i8ro 

Abigail R., daughter of the late Capt. John, 
and Edward Stanhope, both of and at New- 
port. American of Nov. 7, 1815 

Charles M. and Rachel H. Pitman, daughter 
of Thomas G., Esq., of and at Newport. 
American of Sept. 11, i8i8 

Mary and John Crandall, both of and at Prov- 
idence, by Rev. Dr. Gano, Oct. 17, 18 19 

Abby, of Exeter, and Albert Sherman, at 

Wickford, June 16, 1821 

Fanny and Henry Luther, at Pawtucket. 
American of Sept. 25, 1821 

Abraham, Esq., Deputy Collector of Cus- 
toms, and Martha D. Prior, both of and at 
Newport. American of May 3, 1822 

Moses and Mrs. Abigail Baker, widow of 
Capt. Joseph, at Newport. American of Oct, 15, 1822 

Eliza G., daughter of Jeremiah, Esq., of Hop- 
kinton, and C. Palmer, of New York, mer- 
chant, at Hopkinton. American of Nov. 19, 1824 

Elizabeth and Thomas Miller, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, June 14, 1825 

John and Mary Chace, both of and at Provi- 
dence, by Rev. Mr. Pickenng, Feb. 2, 1826 

Henry H. and Martha C. Thurston, daughter 
of late Latham, at Newport, Nov. 19, 1826 

Martha C, daughter of late Latham, and 
Henry H. Thurston, at Newport, Nov. 19, 1826 

Matilda and William R. Pitman, of Fall 

River, by Rev. Mr. Norris. American of Dec. 2, 1828 

Mary, daughter of William C, and William 
White, Jr., at Newport, by Rev. Mr. Eddy, Oct. 6, 1830 

Sarah Ann, of Portsmouth, and George Gray, 
of Middletown, at Portsmouth, March i, 183 1 

Caroline, youngest daughter of the late Jere- 
miah, of Hopkinton, and William Torrey 



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THURSTON : 

Thurstan, M. D., formerly of the Island of 
St. Christopher's, W. I., at Hopkinton, by 
Rev. Mr. Burge, 

William Torrey, M. D., formerly of Island of 
St. Christopher's, W. I., and Caroline 
Thurston, youngest daughter of Jeremiah, 
deceased, of and at Hopkinton, by Rev. 
Mr. Burge, 
THWING John, Esq , and Mrs. Sarah Jenkins, 

at Portsmouth. American of 
TIBBETTS John C, of this town, and Catherine 
Wilson, daughter of John, of and at Pres- 
ton, Ct., 

Charles Norris, Esq., Attorney at Law, and 
Sarah Wilkinson, second daughter of Wil- 
liam, Esq., both of and at this town, 

Maria, of Warwick, and William J. Keep, of 
Longmeadow, Mass., at Warwick. Amer- 
can of 
TIBBITTS Charles Norris, Esq., and Mary 
Rhodes Wilkinson, daughter of William, 
Esq., both of and at Providence, by Rev. 
Mr. Edes, 
TIBBETTS Sally W., of Warwick, and Jeremiah 
Whitford, of West Greenwich, at Warwick, 
by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

James W. and Betsey Tefft, at Providence, 
by Rev. Mr. Pickering, 

Mary H., daughter of Dr. Tibbetts, and Jo- 
siah Westcott, Cashier of the Warwick 
Bank, at Apponaug, 

Henry, of Providence, merchant, and Harriet 
King, daughter of Samuel, Esq., of and at 
East Greenwich, by Rev. Mr. Wood, 
TICKNOR George, Esq., Prof. French and 
Spanish Literature in Harvard University, 
and Anna Elliott, daughter of Samuel, 
Esq., at Boston. American of 
TIFFANY Ebenezer, Esq., and Charlotte Bliss, 
at Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Benedict. 
American of 

Comfort, of Chariton, Mo., and Laura Burr, 
youngest daughter of Col. James, of and at 
Providence, by Rev. Mr. Edes, 

Elizabeth, daughter of Ebenezer, and James 
Bowen, Esq., both of and at Barrington. 
American of 

Loring, of Boston, and Mary Downer, of and 
at Roxbury. American of 



March 15, 1832 

March 15, 1832 
Nov. 20, 1829 

Nov. 12, 1815 

May 14, 1816 

March I, 1822 

Oct. 7, 1823 

Dec, 24, 1826 
Jan. 17, 1827 

Nov. 28, 1827 

Dec. II, 1828 

Sept. 25, 1 82 1 

Oct. 20,1818 

Aug. 13, 1821 

Nov. 20, 1 82 1 
Jan.- 7, 1823 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-MARRIAGES 403 

TIFFANY Lydia. daughter of Ebenezer, Esq., 
and Rev. p-rancis Wood, at Barringtpri. 
American of Sept. 12, 1823 

William and Mary S. Mareau, both of and at 

at Baltimore. American of Oct. i, 1824 

Horace T. and Mary Ann Day, at St. Paul's 
Church, Pawtucket, by Rev. Mr. Taft. 
American of May 20, 1825 

Eliza, daughter of Comfort, of Killingly, Ct., 
and Nathan B. Morse, of Brooklyn, Ct., at 
Killingly, by Rev. Mr. Whitmore, May 16, 1827 

Sarah J., eldest daughter of Lyman, of Bos- 
ton, and John Slater, of Oxford, at Boston, 
by Rev. Mr. Sharp, Nov. 30, 1827 

Elizabeth, daughter of James, and Oliver C. 

Arnold, at Warwick, May 29, 1831 

TILDEN Lydia B. and James Robinson, at 

Brookline. American of Dec. 7, 1830 

TILLEY Mary Ann, of Newport, daughter of 
Thomas, deceased, and Capt. Stephen 
Smith, Jr., of Providence, at Warwick, by 
Rev. Mr. Curtis, Sept. 15, 1816 

Maj. William James, merchant, and Clarrissa 
Ellery, daughter of Christopher, Esq., both 
of and at Newport. American of Sept. 8, 1820 

Deacon William, of Newport, and Mrs. Eliza- 
beth Boone, of Warwick. The deacon is 
84, the widow 74. He has 10 children, 75 
grandchildren and 2$ greatgrandchildren ; 
At Wickford. American of 

Sarah, daughter of Abraham, and Mumford 
Hazard, at Newport. American of 

Mary T., of Newport, and Peleg Seabury, of 
Taunton, at Newport. American of 

John L., Jr., and Amelia Tew, daughter of 
late Col. William, at Newport, 

James and Harriet Melville, at Newport. 
American of 

William B. and Lydia Brown, at Bristol, by 
Rev. Mr, Virgin, 

Mary and Samuel W. Church, at Bristol, 

Sarah R. and Capt. James Lawton, at New- 
port, 

Catharine M. and William S. Vose, at New- 
port, 

Nancy and William P. Congdon, at Newport. 
American of 

James and Ann Ward, both of and at New- 
port, by Rev. Mr. Eddv. "^"™* 



Nov. 9, 


1821 


Nov. 13-16, 


1 82-1 


Oct. I, 


1824 


Dec. 21, 


1824 


April 18, 


1826 


Nov. 29, 
Sept. 28, 


1827 
1828 


Oct. s, 


1828 


June 14, 


1829 


July 7, 


1830 


Jan. 19, 


1831 



404 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

TILLINGHAST Charles W., of this town, and 
Lydia Arnold, daughter of Judge Israel, of 
and at Warwick, married by Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. 21, 1809 

William, of this town, and Phebe Arnold, 
daughter of Luke, of and at Smithfield, May 6, 18 10 

Eliza, daughter of Capt. Joseph, and Lemuel 

Chandler, by Rev. Dr. G